Raptors vs Warriors : THE NBA Finals schedule 2019: Dates, times, TV channel, live stream for Raptors vs. Warriors, Can the Raptors prevent the Warriors from three-peating? That’s the big question heading into the 2019 NBA Finals.
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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After sweeping the Trail Blazers in the Western Conference finals, Golden State will play in its fifth straight NBA Finals series, a stretch only equaled by Bill Russell’s Celtics from 1957-66. But the Warriors will likely be without Kevin Durant (calf) and DeMarcus Cousins (quad) for the start of the series, so expect the bulk of the offense to come from Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.
Over on the East side of the playoff bracket, the Raptors rattled off four consecutive wins to eliminate the top-seeded Bucks. Toronto (58-24) finished with a better regular-season record than Golden State (57-25), so the Warriors will start the NBA Finals on the road. Perhaps that could give the Eastern Conference champs a slight advantage to start the series, but Golden State will likely be the betting favorite.
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Below you’ll find everything to know about watching the 2019 NBA Finals, including the full TV schedule.
Every game during the 2019 NBA Finals will be shown exclusively on ABC.
The primary outlet for live streaming 2019 NBA Finals games is Watch ESPN, available on desktop and by downloading the mobile app.
ESPN’s “NBA Countdown” crew of Michelle Beadle, Jalen Rose, Paul Pierce and Stan Van Gundy will lead off each broadcast on ABC. The primary broadcast team is Mike Breen, Jeff Van Gundy and Mark Jackson.
For the first time since Kevin Durant was lost to injury in the second round of the playoffs, the Warriors looked like an incomplete team. Toronto’s half-court defense smothered Golden State’s offense, hanging tight with Curry, denying clean looks at the rim and forcing 10 first-half turnovers. Center DeMarcus Cousins returned to the lineup after missing the previous two rounds with a leg injury, but he struggled to move defensively and scored just three points.