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Obviously, The Raptors are on the road as they take on the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA FinalsThursday night.
And The teams split the first two games in Toronto with the Raptors taking Game 1, 118-109 before Golden State answered with a 109-104 win in Game 2.
Golden State was on the wrong side of a 3-1 rally in the NBA Finals three years ago against the Cavaliers.
The Warriors took the first step to exorcising that demon as they managed to prevail in Game 5, though it did come with a price.
Golden State grabbed a six-point edge after the opening quarter and, through the ups and downs of the next two quarters, maintained that edge heading to the fourth.
The Warriors had a rough stretch late in the fourth quarter, finding themselves in a six-point hole with 3:28 to go.
Golden State caught a break when Nurse called a timeout for Toronto and regrouped as they reeled off nine straight points to take a three-point edge in the final minute.
The Raptors have stuck with an eight-man rotation in this series, if you count Norman Powell’s 11 minutes a game as a major factor.
Toronto has gotten better balance in their scoring in the series as some of their secondary options have stepped up against the Warriors after being non-factors against Milwaukee.
Leonard is still carrying the show, averaging 29.8 points and 10.6 rebounds per game.
He’s been aggressive at getting to the charity stripe as he’s shot 56 free throws in the five games, draining 51 of them.
Toronto had their chances to pick up the win in Game 5 and clinch the first title in the history of the franchise but let it slip through their fingers.
The Raptors now hope to bounce back and avoid a Game 7 at home Sunday.
Toronto was down six after the opening quarter and at the half: they trailed by as many as 14 in the third quarter before cutting the deficit back to six at the end of three.
In the fourth quarter, the Raptors used a 12-2 run to take a 103-97 lead with 3:28 to play on the strength of Kawhi Leonard ripping off 10 straight points.
Definitely, Kyle Lowry had a potential series-winning jumper partially blocked by Draymond Green at the buzzer, sending the series back to the west coast.
Toronto shot 44.7 percent from the field, including eight of 32 from three-point range, and won the rebounding battle 43-37.
For Raptors, Leonard led the way for the Raptors with 26 points, 12 rebounds and six assists in the loss.
Toronto swept Games 3 and 4 at Golden State, winning 123-109 in Game 3 and 105-92 in Game 4 to take a 3-1 series lead.
Of course With their backs to the wall, the Warriors won a back and forth affair in Game 5, hanging on for a 106-105 win Monday night to extend the series.