The game attracted an average audience of 4.3 million viewers, with 10 million unique Canadian viewers watching some of the contest. That number peaked at approximately six million at 10:44 p.m. ET during the game's final minute, according to Bell Media.
The Super Bowl is the only English-language sports event during both the broadcast and calendar years with a higher viewership.
Game 2 also finished with a share of 68 percent across two networks (TSN and CTV2). That means more than two-thirds of viewers in Toronto on Sunday night caught the action.
A new viewership record has been established during each of the Raptors' last three playoff games. An average audience of 3.1 million viewers saw Toronto defeat the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 6 to become Eastern Conference champions. Then that number increased to 3.3 million for Game 1 of The Finals against Golden State.