NBA Finals 2019

NBA Finals 2019 : Basketball fans around the country will be glued to their TV sets, computers, and phones over the next two weeks as the final games of the NBA season get under way. The Golden State Warriors and the Toronto Raptors are the two teams competing in the 2019 NBA Finals, 

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Golden State Warriors vs. Toronto Raptors
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Date: Monday, June 10
Time: 9 p.m. ET
Location: Scotiabank Arena — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
TV channel: ABC
Streaming: WatchESPN
Live stats: GameTracker
Odds: Raptors -3 (Over/Under 212.5)

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NBA Finals 2019

Warriors star Draymond Green had unlikely company join him for dinner at a Toronto restaurant Friday, just a day after he and Drake got into a courtside heated exchange.

Raptors head coach Nick Nurse did, however, tell reporters prior to Game 1 of the Finals that the plan was for Anunoby to be activated for Game 2.

Green met the rapper – along with teammate Alfonzo McKinnie and an extended party – in a private room at the Cactus Club Cafe’s downtown location near Scotiabank Arena, according to NBC Sports Bay Area. A remarkable game from Pascal Siakam paved the way to victory for the Raptors. Stephen Curry kept the Warriors close throughout the game’s entirety, but Toronto’s depth made the difference in this one. NBA Finals 2019

If you missed any of the action from the Raptors’ Game 1 win, we had you covered below with live score updates, news, stats, highlights and more.

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Get through customs at Toronto Pearson International Airport, grab your luggage, and near the airport exit a Canadian delicacy awaits.

It’s being cooked inside a food truck painted plaid and probably not with the approval of any dietitian. Individual baskets of french fries are served covered with gravy and cheese curds — 710 calories, 38 grams of fat and 78 grams per serving.

“A true salute of “Welcome to Canada,’ ” Jordan Wannamaker, 28, a manager at a nutrition store, told USA TODAY Sports with a smile. “It’s Canadian salad.’’

Anunoby hasn’t played since Toronto’s final game of the regular season after undergoing an emergency appendectomy the day before the playoffs began. He was questionable for Game 1 of the Finals but was eventually ruled out.

How do other players respond to his implacable, menacing calm? “I’m not sure,” he says. “I don’t think about what they’re thinking.” How does he respond to trash talk from other players? “It really doesn’t happen too much,” he says. “I really can’t say it happens.”

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