Warriors finish strong against Raptors to even series

Warriors finish strong against Raptors to even series

He was the difference maker in a Game 2 win to help the Warriors steal home court advantage from the Raptors.

"It was surreal, knowing that like I had that jersey in my possession. and we all made this connection", says Martiniello.

The Golden State Warriors kicked it into another gear with their backs against the wall.


Warriors coach Steve Kerr says it is "feasible" that the two-time NBA Finals MVP may only need one practice before he can jump into this year's title series against the Toronto Raptors.

Aggressive defensively, playing with a greater sense of urgency, producing shots the Warriors showed that championship form everyone knew they would summon.

Coach Kerr Said this To Reporters On Friday.


Golden State was a mess in defending in transition, giving up 24 transition points.

"And they found Iggy, right, and they found him and like I said, if he's going to take that and give us a chance to get the ball back and win the game, we're going to probably live with that". So, literally, it's just day-to-day and how the progress is coming.

And, of course, Kevin Durant has yet to play in this series because of a calf injury.


Toronto rallied, holding the Warriors scoreless for more than 5:30 only to fall short on the last of 2015 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Iguodala's eight points. He has also been a voice inside the locker room, fellow Warriors star Stephen Curry said. We're all in this together.

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