NBA Playoffs : NBA Finals 2019: Warriors vs. Raptors live stream, score, TV channel, start time, Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Raptors opened up their first-ever NBA Finals appearance with a statement win over Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors.
NBA Finals 2019 Game 2
Team : Golden State Warriors vs Toronto Raptors
When: Sunday, June 2, 8:00 p.m. ET
Where: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario
Live Stream: ABC
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The Golden State Warriors find themselves in uncharted territory when it comes to the NBA Finals: Down 1-0. That’s because the Toronto Raptors played incredibly in Game 1 to come away with a 118-109 victory in the franchise’s first-ever Finals game. Now the question is, can they repeat the performance?
The Warriors will likely pay extra attention to Pascal Siakam, who put up a playoff career-high 32 points on 14-of-17 shooting in Game 1. At the same time Kawhi Leonard, who has been carrying Toronto for most of the playoffs, may bounce back after a substandard opener.
As for Golden State, they’ll look to continue to piece things together without Kevin Durant, who has been ruled out for Game 2 and is considered iffy for Game 3. They’ll once again rely on a heavy workload from Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green as they attempt to even up the series before heading back to Oakland for Game 3.
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The first NBA Finals game outside the U.S. was a party 24 years in the making.
Then Pascal Siakam and the Raptors really gave Toronto something to celebrate.
Siakam scored a playoff career-high 32 points and the Raptors made a smashing NBA Finals debut, beating the Golden State Warriors 118-109 on Thursday night.
The Raptors hardly looked like newcomers to the NBA’s biggest stage, controlling the action most of the way against a Golden State team beginning its fifth straight NBA Finals appearance.
“I think we did pretty good job at home,” Siakam said. “The fans are amazing, man. I just want to say that. From coming out for warmup to the end of the game, it was just the support and then going crazy. I’ve never seen anything like that.”
Kawhi Leonard added 23 points and Marc Gasol had 20 for the Raptors, who weren’t in awe of the setting or their opponents who had played 22 NBA Finals games in the last four years.
“We know that they’re human. They’re a great basketball team, talented players, high basketball-IQ players,” Leonard said. “You just got to go out there and compete, take the challenge.”