Golden State Warriors Film Breakdown: 3 Plays that defined Game 1

Golden State Warriors Film Breakdown: 3 Plays that defined Game 1

In a press conference on Friday, he addressed the electric atmosphere at Scotiabank Arena as the Raptors played their first-ever NBA Finals game, and won 118-109.

"It pretty much won us the game because we established our defensive presence, we got stops and everybody got involved in the offensive end", said Warriors guard Stephen Curry, who left the game briefly in the first quarter with lightheadedness. But I'm very proud of our team. "So it was championship defence and that's what it's going to take".

It says tickets for Toronto home games account for 70 per cent of its NBA Finals total sales to date. So, literally, it's just day-to-day and how the progress is coming.

"Kevin is fine", Kerr said. I think there's a really strong bond of faith and trust in one another. The players trust each other. They'll be better on defense in Game 2, especially after watching the tape. Here are three keys to another Game 2 victory.

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Another tweak would see Klay Thompson defend Kawhi Leonard.

Entering the series, there were doubts Cousins could help the Warriors trend in the right direction.

"We weren't exactly making stops, but we cut the lead to five and could kind of breathe at halftime", said Warriors head coach Steve Kerr. They Need to Spread the Ball Around Some.

Golden State's next practice will be on Wednesday, meaning there's a possibility - although no guarantee - Durant will play in Game 3 on Thursday.

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