Warriors’ Andre Iguodala is the NBA Finals’ most unsafe afterthought

Warriors’ Andre Iguodala is the NBA Finals’ most unsafe afterthought

They're all taking ice baths or straining to get socks and shoes over swollen ankles or working feverishly to get healthy enough to launch themselves back into the fray, so they can get taped and gauzed and iced down all over again. However, Thompson, who will undergo an MRI on Monday, also said that it's "hard to say" whether or not he'll be ready in time for Game 3.

Kerr was joking. Half-joking.

Drake was largely on his best behaviour for Game 1, although he subtly trolled Golden State star Steph Curry by choosing to honour Curry's father by wearing a vintage Dell Curry Raptors jersey.

Fred VanVleet scored 17 points for the Raptors, who had red T-shirts with their slogan "We The North" hanging on seats around the arena. I just couldn't get in a rhythm offensively.

The Warriors turned the Raptors into a one-man team, with Leonard keeping Toronto close by reaching the free throw line. The NBA says the game, which was simulcast across Sportsnet National, Sportsnet One, and RDS, reached 8 million viewers in Canada. "They've been supportive of the team, not just during this run, but fans that haven't been able to come to the games the way they used have been very supportive of the Bay Area". This was unselfishness. Golden State racked up 34 assists on 38 made shots with all 22 of the Warriors makes in the second half coming with an assist.

"Bogut hadn't played in the first game and three quarters, so what he did was fantastic out there", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.

As for Drake, he is getting roasted by the Warriors players and their fans.

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"He thinks it's minor, so I don't know what that means going forward".

And the Raptors already found themselves down 2-1 in the second round to the Philadelphia 76ers and 2-0 in the Eastern Conference finals against the Milwaukee Bucks before rebounding to win both of those series to make it this far.

That all changed, though, when Golden State opened the second half with an 18-0 run, during which Toronto missed all eight shots it took, and committed five turnovers to boot.

With the crowd on their feet, Toronto's Danny Green drained a three-pointer to pull the Raptors to within two points with 26 seconds to play but a wide-open Andrew Iguodala responded with a clutch three with seven seconds left to seal the win.

Nurse likely would put the same percentages on the way the entire game played out. We're betting Drake is glad Obama won't be back in Toronto for Game 5.

"Yeah. I've never seen it in a person, such a good person ever get some backlash or whatever from his peers because they're so jealous of what he has, so, just kind of sticking it to them".

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