2019 NBA Finals - Golden St vs. Toronto

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Golden State vs. Toronto



Game 1: Golden State @ Toronto
Raptors take NBA Finals opener, beat Warriors 118-109
The first NBA Finals game outside the U.S. was a party 24 years in the making.

Game 2: Golden State @ Toronto
Warriors beat Raptors 109-104 to even NBA Finals
Golden State ran off the first 18 points of the second half. Thompson scored 25 points for Golden State before leaving with an hamstring injury. Leonard had 34 points and 14 rebounds for Toronto.

Game 3: Toronto @ Golden State
Raptors hit big shots, beat Warriors 123-109 to win Game 3
Leonard scored 30 and all Raptors starters score in double figures.

Game 4: Toronto @ Golden State
Leonard, Raptors move within victory of first championship 105-92 over Warriors
Leonard outdueled the Splash Brothers for 36 points and 12 rebounds.

Game 5: Golden State @ Toronto - Monday, June 10
 
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Golden State vs. Toronto



Game 1: Golden State @ Toronto
Raptors take NBA Finals opener, beat Warriors 118-109
The first NBA Finals game outside the U.S. was a party 24 years in the making.

Game 2: Golden State @ Toronto
Warriors beat Raptors 109-104 to even NBA Finals
Golden State ran off the first 18 points of the second half. Thompson scored 25 points for Golden State before leaving with an hamstring injury. Leonard had 34 points and 14 rebounds for Toronto.

Game 3: Toronto @ Golden State
Raptors hit big shots, beat Warriors 123-109 to win Game 3
Leonard scored 30 and all Raptors starters score in double figures.

Game 4: Toronto @ Golden State
Leonard, Raptors move within victory of first championship 105-92 over Warriors
Leonard outdueled the Splash Brothers for 36 points and 12 rebounds.

Game 5: Golden State @ Toronto
Warriors hang on to stay alive, win Game 5 of NBA Finals 106-105
Curry scored 31, Thompson added 26.

Game 6: Toronto @ Golden State - Thursday, June 13
 
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NBA Championships: Year by Year

Last 5 NBA Finals:
2018: Golden State over Cleveland 4-0
2017: Golden State over Cleveland 4-1
2016: Cleveland over Golden State 4-3
2015: Golden State over Cleveland 4-2
2014: San Antonio over Miami 4-1



The Toronto Raptors are trying to win their first ever NBA Championship (2019) over The Golden State Warriors, leading 3-2.
 
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Golden State vs. Toronto

The Toronto Raptors are NBA Champions for the first time in franchise history, dethroning the Golden State Warriors and spoiling their run at three straight titles.



Game 1: Golden State @ Toronto
Raptors take NBA Finals opener, beat Warriors 118-109
The first NBA Finals game outside the U.S. was a party 24 years in the making.

Game 2: Golden State @ Toronto
Warriors beat Raptors 109-104 to even NBA Finals
Golden State ran off the first 18 points of the second half. Thompson scored 25 points for Golden State before leaving with an hamstring injury. Leonard had 34 points and 14 rebounds for Toronto.

Game 3: Toronto @ Golden State
Raptors hit big shots, beat Warriors 123-109 to win Game 3
Leonard scored 30 and all Raptors starters score in double figures.

Game 4: Toronto @ Golden State
Leonard, Raptors move within victory of first championship 105-92 over Warriors
Leonard outdueled the Splash Brothers for 36 points and 12 rebounds.

Game 5: Golden State @ Toronto
Warriors hang on to stay alive, win Game 5 of NBA Finals 106-105
Curry scored 31, Thompson added 26.

Game 6: Toronto @ Golden State
Raptors capture first NBA title, beat Warriors in Game 6 114-110
Toronto outlasted the battered and depleted two-time defending champion Golden State.
 
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For the first time in their 24-year franchise history, the Toronto Raptors won the NBA championship, closing out the Golden State Warriors in six games with a 114-110 victory at Oracle Arena. The entire series was eventful, featuring nine starting lineups by Golden State, multiple comebacks, inspiring returns, devastating injuries and heart-stopping performances. Toronto taking a 3-1 series lead set up the narrative that the Warriors would atone for their own 3-1 misadventure in the 2016 NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
 
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