Channel Your Inner Drake With These Toronto Raptors Graphic Tees

Channel Your Inner Drake With These Toronto Raptors Graphic Tees

The surprisingly large Raptors contingent took over the arena as Toronto seized a commanding 3-1 series lead, but before it was time to call it a night, a truly wonderful moment put Bhatia and his loyal fandom in the spotlight.

Klay Thompson, who returned after missing Game 3 with a hamstring injury, led the Warriors with 14 first-half points.

Toronto outscored Golden State 37-21 in the decisive third, a complete reverse of the Warriors' dominance after halftime with an 18-0 run in the Game 2 victory.

"We're going to get back (home), and as you know, they're going to be going insane in Toronto, and my message to them is we have never really talked about the series score, can't let people take you someplace you aren't yet, right, and we know this is a great team and we know how hard we have to play to beat them", Nurse said.

During Game 1, the fast food chain handed out 80,000 orders of fries after the Raptors hit 13 three-pointers.

"There's been hope that he will come back the whole series", Warriors forward Draymond Green said.

"There are other people telling him, 'It's the NBA Finals, you've got to gut your way through it'". Not only did the Raps all but snatch away the Warriors' soul midway through the third quarter, but they did it in such emphatic fashion. It's really the only card the Warriors have left to play at this point.

From his presence on the offensive end to his defensive prowess, Kawhi has been every bit up to the tall task of competing with arguably the best National Basketball Association team ever constructed. That isn't to say fans aren't going to games, but as the home entertainment setup advances and ticket prices continue to rise, there will eventually be more reasons to not go to a live event than to attend.

And the Warriors clearly need him if they're going to pull off a comeback against the Raptors in these NBA Finals.

"I thought we played really tough tonight", Nurse said. It was the first game in approximately eight months for the 82-year-old Attles, who has had health issues. The Larry O'Brien Trophy will be in Scotiabank for the first time ever, and the excitement in the city of Toronto will be at a level that hasn't been seen since the early 90's. History rarely remembers details, so while Golden State's injuries did play a large factor in what has happened over the last week and a half, odds are it won't be remembered that way. "And everything in between I've decided I'm not sharing because it's just gone haywire", Kerr said. His mere presence might throw the Raptors off just enough to create more chances for the rest of the Warriors. His body will tell him if he can get out there or not.

Warriors: The Warriors' streak this year of 19 straight postseason games scoring 100 points ended.

After a spectacular 47 points in Game Three, Warriors guard Stephen Curry struggled on Friday, shooting just nine of 22 from the field and making two of his nine three-point attempts.

What Ibaka has brought, as much as blocked shots or jump shots, is energy. And, thanks to his latest sublime showing, and yet another piece of evidence in an ever-growing number of them declaring that he has become, in fact, the best player in the world, Toronto has moved to within one win of a championship few could see coming.

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