NBA Finals 2019: Warriors-Raptors Game 2 breaks Canadian viewership record

Tanya Simon
June 15, 2019

The Warriors are not scheduled to practice Monday as they head back to Oakland for Wednesday's Game 3.

The Golden State Warriors' quest for a three-peat championship may have gotten more hard with the latest injury to a key contributor.

Andre Iguodala and Kevin Durant (twice) have earned the Finals MVP awards for the Warriors during Golden State's dynasty of three titles in the last four years.

As the Canadian franchise continues to make history with this deep postseason run, each of the three previous games have broken broadcasting viewership records. Other players that contributed to the Game 2 win for the Warriors are Draymond Green, was one assist shy of another triple-double in the Finals as he scored 17 points. "Toronto knows. They've got to honor that, and we know what he's capable of doing if they don't".

Around 7:45 pm, a CC-177 Globemaster aircraft from 429 Transport Squadron at 8 Wing Trenton, ON., took to the sky to mark the second home game of the NBA Finals.

The first six minutes of the second half were an even tougher pill to swallow if you were a member of the Raptors or its fanbase.

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"Steve told me at halftime there was a chance he was going to put me in on Siakam through some stages".

Curry, though, is averaging a team-high 28.5 points through two games.

Thompson is averaging 19.5 points in 18 playoff games, shooting 44 percent from the floor and 41 percent on 3-pointers.

"We came in thinking he can maybe play 20 minutes", said Kerr.

"Then Steph and Klay (Thompson) both got loose and the game loosened up a bit and we started to score".

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