The Toronto Raptors are the 2018-19 NBA champions. Just typing that statement is kinda crazy in itself.
It was a fingertip from Draymond Green at the last second of Monday’s Game 5 to deny the Toronto Raptors their first NBA championship, at least for now.
The Toronto Raptors are one win away from capturing their first NBA title in their 24-year existence.
The Warriors are now in a very unique situation against the Raptors and facing untouched territory.
The Golden State Warriors were searching for answers after their 118-109 loss in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
Tonight in Toronto, Game 1 will kick off at 9 pm Eastern Time between the Raptors and Warriors.
It took 221 days to find out which two teams are on top of the NBA mountain.
All eyes are now fixed on the last series between the Bucks and Raptors as the Warriors swept their way into the 2018-19 NBA Finals for the fifth consecutive year.
The Golden State Warriors are just one win away from advancing into the NBA finals for the fifth straight season, all thanks to Draymond Green.
The big man scored a Playoff high 29 points, hitting three significant triples in the final quarter, including one that turned out to be the game-sealing shot with just under two minutes left in the game.
Clang. Clang. Clang. Clang. Swish!
So what does this mean for the Warriors? Well, we have to close our eyes and rewind back before Durant took his talents to the Golden State.
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