Both Kawhi Leonards are turning heads at Raptors' title parade

Both Kawhi Leonards are turning heads at Raptors' title parade

More Toronto Raptors players returned to Canada today, along with rapper Drake, after days of celebrating the team's historic National Basketball Association championship win south of the border.

Along the fans celebrating will be Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, making a brief visit to Toronto for the event.

Police say two people have been injured and two others are in custody following a shooting in Nathan Phillips Square during the Raptors NBA Championship fan rally.

Leonard took in the championship parade Monday in style, smoking a cigar while hanging out with his mother, and Drake.

As millions of fans head into the city's downtown for the parade, they may be happy to learn that there's even more incentive to look forward to for showing up.

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"It may be #WeTheNorthDay but I don't recommend trying to watch the #RaptorsVictoryParade on your phone while driving - this driver was doing just Trafalgar/Dundas", Const. Marc Taraso, who stopped the motorist, said in a tweet.

"I think for us, there is nothing more that we can do".

Today's parade will start at 10 a.m. on the grounds of Exhibition Place and will move east on Lake Shore Boulevard before turning north onto York Street and University Avenue.

Some took the separation of Leonard from the Raptors as a sign he's as good as gone, likely to his home state of California and the Clippers. His press secretary said Ford wants the day to be about the fans and players, not politicians.

Just days ago, the Toronto Raptors won their first-ever NBA Championship against the Golden State Warriors. The mayor, dressed in his now-famous black-and-gold Raptors blazer, urged all fans to celebrate the team's historic win. Several schools in the city showed the parade in classrooms and some held their own victory marches for students. That parade saw fans climbing trees and statues on city streets to catch a glimpse of a team that included Joe Carter and Roberto Alomar.