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I'm still soaking it in. From being a fan from watching Mighty Mouse to living in this moment, now. Its truly special. Its overwhelming. Its hard to believe its even real lol. Yet it's truly a good feeling.

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8 minutes ago, AustinFomBoston said:

I'd really like to meet the person that said it was The Raptors that were going to end Canada's championship drought. 😄

Not The Leafs

Not Montreal

Not Ottawa

Not the Blue Jays

The :censored:ing Raptors! 

 The 6 time NLL champion Toronto Rock says hold my Molson. 

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3 minutes ago, Bucfan56 said:

Lol, it’s not over yet, y’all. I felt just as light on my feet when the Warriors were up 3-1 in 2016. And that seemed WAY more insurmountable.

 

I originally had Golden State in 6.  But I kind of want to see Toronto win just to see Stephen A Smith rage on national TV.

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7 minutes ago, GDAWG said:

 

I originally had Golden State in 6.  But I kind of want to see Toronto win just to see Stephen A Smith rage on national TV.

 

Stephen A is bad for your health. Resist. 

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3 minutes ago, Wings said:

 

Stephen A is bad for your health. Resist. 

 

I'm mostly confused by people still watching talking heads on cable TV. If you want goofy hot takes just use the internet. The ESPN networks are only there for games as far as I'm concerned.

 

Honestly, after game 3, I thought Toronto was destined for death once Klay returned. I even told somebody that Toronto was "doomed." They may still be doomed and it will be very Toronto if they blow this, but man, I thought for sure GS had this game going in.

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11 minutes ago, GDAWG said:

Klay back did increase the chances of winning for Golden State. 

 

True, but they got walloped just as bad tonight as they did Wednesday.

 

Toronto might just be that good. The only real measuring stick we're missing is they didn't have to go through LeBron. They still took a hard-ass road though.

 

I'm hoping they close it out Monday. If not, it gets wild from there.

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2 hours ago, See Red said:

 

I don't think he's coming back.  I've kind of felt they're just floating his name out there so the Raptors have to be ready for him to play.

 

I think he’s more seriously hurt than the Warriors have been letting on. 

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7 hours ago, Rockstar Matt said:

 

I think he’s more seriously hurt than the Warriors have been letting on. 

He is cleared for practice, but before last night's game, Kerr indicated that there will be no more updates on his status.

 

Ramona had a great point last night during the post game podcast. The Warriors (specifically Curry) don't have any idea who is going to play game to game and it shows in their performance and lack of flow offensively and lack of switching defensively. 

Meanwhile, Nick Nurse used to coach in the G League and is really familiar with the constant lineup changes

 

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4 hours ago, Germanshepherd said:

People were getting ready to pencil in the Thunder for the NBA Finals in 2016 when they were up 3-1.

Warriors not Thunder.

 

Also, this could be a career defining moment for KD, if he comes back and singlehandedly wins the finals. (Not that it’s going to happen, hopefully). Kawhi could also become the hero for a team that he (possibly) only played one year for.

 

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1. If Durant doesn’t play, and they lose, does that validate them signing him since they would have needed him to win and he obv wasn’t joining a team that would always win even without him?

 

2. I don’t dislike GSW or anything even close, but I really like Leonard and Lowry so go Raptors. Win it at home so we can see the Park explode. 

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16 minutes ago, KRZYBDGRZ said:

Warriors not Thunder.

 

Also, this could be a career defining moment for KD, if he comes back and singlehandedly wins the finals. (Not that it’s going to happen, hopefully). Kawhi could also become the hero for a team that he (possibly) only played one year for.

 

 

The Thunder were up 3-1 over the Warriors in the 2016 WCF. And then Durant joined Golden State in the off-season.

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1 hour ago, DG_Now said:

 

The Thunder were up 3-1 over the Warriors in the 2016 WCF. And then Durant joined Golden State in the off-season.

Sorry I misread, I thought they meant win nba finals, not go to, my bad.

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