The Toronto Raptors made history last night after winning the NBA finals for the first time. However, this wasn’t the only historical thing that happened during Game 6. Raptors player Jeremy Lin's now the first-ever Asian America to win NBA championship. History in the making!\nThe entirety of the NBA finals was insane. In true NBA fashion, it came down to the last literal seconds of the game, when the Raptors ended up winning by one four points.\nAlong with the exciting championship victory, people are also celebrating another historic win – the fact that Jeremy Lin is the first ever Asian American to be a part of an NBA title. This is huge considering there has been an NBA champion every year since 1947.\nAccording to NBC Sports, 30-year-old Lin has an extensive history with basketball after breaking into the league with the Warriors back in 2010. Who would have thought that he would eventually beat his original team during the finals?\nIn 2011, Lin was the talk of the NBA with many people using the word “Linsanity.” He then went on to play for four different teams over six seasons before joining the Atlanta Hawks at the start of the 2018-2019 season.\nView this post on Instagram Congrats on the championship!! SOOO proud of my lil bro! Came into the SBL as a 140lb undersized college grad but kept working amidst the doubt and criticism. Always being labeled “Jeremys little brother.” But God has truly blessed you so much over these four years: 4x All Star, 2x SBL Assist Leader, Rookie of the Year, First Team All League and now CHAMPION!! Colossians 3:23 - Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as for the Lord and not for men Love you @joe_linstagram !! Congrats @fubon_braves A post shared by Jeremy Lin 林書豪 (@jlin7) on May 9, 2019 at 6:45am PDT\nLin eventually signed with the Raptors in February and appeared in 23 regular season games and eight playoff games for the Toronto team.\nLin, while a valuable player, did not spend much time on the court. According to Business Insider, Lin played a total of 27 minutes this postseason for the Raptors. During his 27 minutes of fame in the playoffs, he managed to score nine points for his team.\nHe didn't play a significant amount, but this historic achievement is still worth celebrating, and the Internet has been super excited about it all. Many people are celebrating him, but as always, there's still some critics.\nOther people are just happy to see him win this historic title as he has clearly worked hard to be in the league.\nAnd a HUGE congrats to Jeremy Lin for being the first Asian American NBA Champion. Make all the jokes you want, but recognize the reality that this guy worked his ass off & stayed strong to put himself in this position and even stay in the league all these yrs. Inspiring @JLin7— philipwang (@philipwang) June 14, 2019\nJeremy Lin won a NBA championship and that’s all I care about right now 😭😭😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/L9v24rtizc— j. (@ilyunclout) June 14, 2019\nAll I’m saying is the Raptors didn’t win a championship until Jeremy Lin was on the team— Cameron Magruder (@ScooterMagruder) June 14, 2019\nFrom signing 10 day contracts and sleeping on teammates couches to NBA Champion and Finals MVP.Congrats Jeremy Lin! ✊🏽😤 pic.twitter.com/1nmPB8D3Je— ZackTTG 2Hype (@ZackTTGamer) June 14, 2019\nSome people are mentioning that he didn't play a big part during the NBA finals.\nThe real winner of the nba finals has to be jeremy lin. Man got paid 700k to sit court side and watch the nba finals💯💸 #RaptorsvsWarriors pic.twitter.com/6Yojz07u55— Gurjant Singh (@Kawhi_Szn) June 14, 2019\nNeedless to say, there were tons of things to celebrate last night; and celebrate the Raptors did! Following the win, countless videos have been posted online about how wild the Raptors have been partying.\npic.twitter.com/8KlECfgV6i— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 14, 2019\nIt wasn’t all champagne popping. The Raptors got insanely emotional in their locker room after the win. How could you not? Some of the teammates were even FaceTiming with Drake!\nThe Raptors were FaceTiming Drake in the locker room. #NBAFinals pic.twitter.com/Y0xVi5HyYz— Taco Trey Kerby (@treykerby) June 14, 2019\nOf course, this win was for all of Canada. Raptors fans were literally rioting in the streets of Toronto all night. While it was fun at first, things got a little out of control.\nYonge and Dundas Square in Toronto is PACKED 🤯#WeTheNorth pic.twitter.com/7MCVuc9kzD— Tim and Sid (@timandsid) June 14, 2019\nBy the looks of videos and images posted online, thousands of people were crammed on the streets. City buses can be seen vandalized with spray paint as they get towed away from the riot.\nA TTC special events bus is towed away after being vandalized as thousands of fans descended on Yonge Dundas Square after the Raptors victory. Police tell me the property damage was done by a “small handful of people that get out of hand”. pic.twitter.com/2BTvLMa6A6— Kevin Misener (@Misener680NEWS) June 14, 2019\nWhile this was a historic night to say the least, we have a feeling the celebrations are far from over.