Last night, the Toronto Raptors celebrated an incredible, well-deserved victory against the Golden State Warriors. This 114-110 win concludes a monumental run for the Toronto team.\nThe Raptors put basketball into the mind of every Canadian: basketball even eclipsed hockey as the most popular sport of the season.\nWhile the team were out celebrating their well-deserved win, which marks the first major Canadian Championship win in 26 years, some rioters inevitably took to the street to destroy property.\nMultiple news sources have footage of the rampage which happened in different parts of the city. Global News reports that two police cars were smashed during the celebration.\nAccording to Global News, "The windshields on two police cars were smashed in a tunnel on Toronto’s York Street." Fans stood on the cars and chanted "We The North!"\nThe revellers dented the two police cars and smashed the car windows. Footage of the incident can be seen below:\nPeople are smashing a Toronto Police cruiser that’s parked in the tunnel on York St. #WeTheNorth #Toronto pic.twitter.com/Y42qBbFk25— NEWSTALK1010 (@NEWSTALK1010) June 14, 2019\nREAD ALSO: The Boston Bruins Lost The Stanley Cup Last Night And No One Is Happier Than Habs Fans\nThis is not the only reported incident from last night. City News has "dramatic" footage of police forcibly removing fans from a bus in downtown Toronto.\nIn the video, you can see police out in great numbers to remove intoxicated Raptors fans from a bus.\nPolice were likely expecting such a riot to break out. After the win, the Toronto police published this Tweet:\nCongratulations @Raptors! Fans, be safe and celebrate responsibly. Police officers are present to help ensure public safety tonight. Please respect officials and police direction and celebrate safely tonight #RaptorsIn6 #RaptorsWin— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) June 14, 2019\nThis wouldn't be the first time that Canadian fans rioted after their team's win. Let us never forget the riots in Vancouver in 2011 after the Canucks lost to the Boston Bruins.\nHowever, there are mixed reports about the incidents. Eyewitnesses on the scene cannot seem to agree on the extent of the riots.\nSome are making fun of Raptors fans for being "soft" in their riots.\nWhere are the burning couches, turned over cars, Molotov cocktails, riots, looting? Toronto goes hard by launching Roman candles in the air smh— Brandon Crockett (@Brand0nCrockett) June 14, 2019\nMost peaceful “riot” ever. Not even jaywalking on a red 😂 Toronto riots are so cute pic.twitter.com/WYkJPCOcqs— Joey (@Joey_is_reading) June 14, 2019\nOthers are making light of the violence that took place last night.\nThere’s a difference between celebrating and causing a riot. Toronto is wack right now. Savages.— Red (@BeMyRay6) June 14, 2019\nThis is unacceptable Toronto. pic.twitter.com/qy1bCOIaHU— Travis Dhanraj (@Travisdhanraj) June 14, 2019\nNo violence was reported in Montreal, which hosted its own viewing parties for the game last night.\nRead the City News article about revellers getting expulsed from a bus here. Read the Global News article about the vandalised police cars here.