Discussion in 'Basketball' started by rangerssharks414, Jun 7, 2019.
NBA - 2019 NBA Finals: (E2) Toronto Raptors vs. (W1) Golden State Warriors
This feels like a fork in the road for the Dub dynasty
Another great opportunity for the Raptors tonight with no Durant and Klay possibly not being 100% with the quick turnaround. The Warriors have already won once without Durant though and they're favoured for a reason going into tonight so it won't be easy.
After last game Kawhi mentioned not holding the ball as long and keeping it moving so hopefully he and the rest of the team will do that. There have been some really ugly stretches of half court offense in the last couple games.
If Durant does leave they need to rebuild their bench. They can win without him with a healthy lineup but they need to get some depth.
He went from out for the playoffs to available in record time. Who knows how he'll play with a broken collarbone but he could be a big boost to their defense if he's not too limited. Cousins can't stay in front of anyone.
What a disgrace those anthems were
From the outside Oracle doesn't look that old. Is it a dump inside?
Tonight's winner will win the series.
Siakem and Green taking a spicy P so far
Raps stand zero chance with Klay back.
I wonder how long before Kawhi's teammates decide to join him tonight. This is ugly all around. The one positive is that a lot of these are great looks that they're just missing.
You know the Raptors beat them in Game 1 with a fully healthy Klay, right? To say that they stand zero chance is silly.
Refs have already decided GS will win this game. You can tell by what fouls are being let go.
Ugly 1st quarter.
The Raptors are playing terrible right now.
Hot takes are always dumb.
Looney is already making a big impact for that Warriors.
Outside of Kawhi the Raptors are playing like *****
They're playing terrible because GS is playing extra physical defense/fouling them and it's not being called.
Curry's layup didn't count according to the website.
Suck it up, it's the playoffs. They've also missed a handful of open shots. They have no one to blame but themselves.
Brutal. Just brutal.
Good point. No use getting upset when the NBA has already decided this. This is standard procedure to even up the series.
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