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Recently, Thursday night was well worth the 24-year wait for a NBA Finals game for the Raptors, the city of Toronto
Also, Canada as the crowd was deafening at times and the Jurassic Park venues sprouting up all over the city and country were sites of gleeful, celebratory mayhem.
Over a stretch of more than two quarters from 3:49 remaining in the second half until the final minute of the game
The Raptors forward made 11 straight shots with no discernible pattern. There were layups, mid-range jumpers, a 3-pointer, runners, it ran the gamut.
And Siakam has been doing it against some of the best big men in the game with each progessive round
starting with Joel Embiid in the conference semifinals, Giannis Antetokounmpo last round, and now Green.
“I think I always say, I learned a lot and I know I have a lot to learn. I think that’s one of the advantages for me.
I know I have so much to learn. I have to grow,” Siakam said Friday. “It allows me to look at my mistakes and evaluate them and try to see how I can do better
That’s something that I try to do, just try to be a little smarter and learning every single night out there on the court.”
Kerr has again ruled out forward Kevin Durant, who has made progress in rehabbing from a strained calf suffered in Game 5 of the conference semifinals versus Houston.
Kerr made the distinction about it being a muscle injury as the tipping point compared to a sore knee or ankle, noting, “you re-injure the calf, then that’s it and then he’s done for the series.”
While Durant is one of the most efficient scorers in the game, his absence is more notable on the defensive end because of his length in addition to the 24 points given up in transition, Golden State was outscored 40-32 in the paint.
Still, Stephen Curry noted Durant is an active participant in areas beyond on-court play as he rehabs.
He’s chiming in when he sees something in the locker room, pointing out some X’s and O’s type of stuff
but more so when you see him putting time in trying to get healthy, trying to get back out on the floor as soon as possible, that’s motivation for sure,” Curry noted Saturday.
Of course “We’re all in this together. We’ve said it for the entire year. He’s exemplifying that with his presence in the locker room here”
There is no panic, though, because this is Golden State’s fifth consecutive NBA Finals appearance. The Warriors have been there and done that in terms of nearly every scenario they could face
And the next two days for them are about adjustments and counters in addition to better balancing the offense beyond Curry.
And Siakam was the toast of the city following his breakout game. He made 14 of 17 shots overall and helped fluster Green on the defensive end.
Definitely, Green did have his triple-double, but he was just 2 of 9 from the field and committed a team-high six turnovers.