The Toronto Raptors are now one win away from winning the NBA title.
A stellar performance from Kawhi Leonard and a massive contribution off the bench from Serge Ibaka helped the Raptors win their second consecutive road game at Oracle Arena.
Klay Thompson was great in his first game back from a hamstring injury but the Warriors failed to keep up with the Raptors' pace offensively. Toronto was flying up-and-down the court, wearing down a hurting Warriors roster.
Golden State will now have to be the second team in NBA history to overcome a 3-1 deficit in The Finals - something they're familiar with, as the only team that surrendered a 3-1 lead.
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Final: Toronto Raptors 105, Golden State Warriors 92
The Raptors hold on to win! Kawhi Leonard scored a game-high 36 points to go with 12 rebounds, four steals, two assists and a block. Serge Ibaka was incredible off the bench with 20 points, four rebounds and two blocks.
Klay Thompson tried to keep the Warriors in the game with 28 points on 6-for-10 shooting from the perimeter, but aside from Stephen Curry's inefficient 27 points, there wasn't much help on the offensive end.
Toronto is now one win away from winning the NBA title.
1 more. #WeTheNorth pic.twitter.com/XZ4SCxXRvm- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 8, 2019
Toronto is holding on to a 12-point lead at 95-83 with 4:19 on the clock. The Warriors had their shot to cut the game to single-digits, but Kevon Looney missed a pair of free throws and the Raptors got a layup on the other end. Timeout Golden State, as the defending champions are in need of a push as soon as possible.
Lowry drops a dime to Siakam!#WeTheNorth | #NBAFinals pic.twitter.com/qwTNBFcdsu- NBA Canada (@NBACanada) June 8, 2019
The Raptors lead 88-76 with 7:48 remaining in the game. Kawhi Leonard and Fred VanVleet each knocked down a 3-pointer and Serge Ibaka has continued his great play, adding an and-1 finish to the mix.
Something worth noting: VanVleet collided with Shaun Livingston, drawing blood from above his eye. He headed to the locker room to get stitches and has not yet returned to the contest.
🗣️ CHEF'S COOKIN' pic.twitter.com/UUm9Hogu6K- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 8, 2019
End of third quarter: Raptors 77, Warriors 67
The Raptors outscored the Warriors 37-21 in the frame to turn a four-point halftime deficit into a 10-point lead going into the fourth. Kawhi Leonard scored 17 points in the quarter, torching the Warriors from the midrange. Golden State went nearly five full minutes - from the 5:11 mark to the 0:38 mark - without a made field goal.
Kawhi heats up in the 3rd, scoring 17 of his 31 PTS! #WeTheNorth #NBAFinals- NBA (@NBA) June 8, 2019
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The Raptors have came up with a couple stops in a row to take a 67-63 lead with 2:50 left in the quarter. Serge Ibaka has been great on the defensive end again with a pair of blocked shots in the contest. Draymond Green was assessed a technical foul and Kawhi Leonard knocked down the technical free throw, then got a pull-up jumper to go to force a Warriors' timeout. Leonard now has a game-high 23 points.
3-course meal from Chef pic.twitter.com/t0fYYAgzeV- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 8, 2019
It's been a fast-paced start to the second half with the Warriors holding on to a two-point lead, 58-56. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson have five points apiece, each knocking down one 3-pointer. As intensity picked up, Draymond Green came up with a chase down block on Kyle Lowry that sent Oracle Arena into a frenzy.
Nah.- Golden State Warriors (@warriors) June 8, 2019
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Halftime: Warriors 46, Raptors 42
With how poorly the Raptors played in the first half, a four-point deficit could be worse. An explanation would be Warriors not named Klay Thompson are 0-for-11 from beyond the arc and as a team, they have 10 turnovers.
The Raptors are just 15-for-44 (34.1%) from the field and 2-for-17 (11.8%) from beyond the arc. Kawhi Leonard leads Toronto with 14 points, but went scoreless in the second quarter.
Klay Thompson has a team-high 14 points for the Warriors while Draymond Green has six points, seven rebounds and six assists. Stephen Curry had a quiet half, scoring eight points on 4-for-10 shooting from the field, missing all five of his 3-point attempts.
Tight at the break. #RTZ pic.twitter.com/3552eZdhZz- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 8, 2019
Klay Thompson is making his presence felt - he's scored the Warriors last five points to give them a 42-34 lead with four minutes left in the half. Thompson is up to 14 points shooting 6-for-9 from the field and has the Warriors only two 3-pointers.
Ohhhh @KlayThompson is feelin' it 🔥 pic.twitter.com/9EyiwYNElI- Golden State Warriors (@warriors) June 8, 2019
The Raptors went with an interesting unit to start the second quarter - Fred VanVleet, Danny Green, Norm Powell, Pascal Siakam and Serge Ibaka - and it worked. Toronto has cut the Warriors' lead to 31-27 with just under seven minutes left in the half. Ibaka has scored six points in the quarter already to give the Raptors an offensive spark.
End of first quarter: Warriors 23, Raptors 17
The Warriors defence was swarming in the first quarter. If not for five-straight points late in the frame from Kawhi Leonard, their lead would be larger. Leonard is locked in with 14 points on 5-for-8 shooting from the field. The rest of the Raptors' roster - 1-for-13 from the field and 0-for-6 from beyond the arc.
The Warriors are starting to find a rhythm offensively - they lead 17-10 with 4:06 on the clock. The Raptors are missing quality looks and the Warriors aren't allowing them to get second chances, as Toronto has zero offensive rebounds while shooting 3-for-13 from the field. Kawhi Leonard has seven of the Raptors' 10 points, shooting 2-for-3 from the field.
Shot.- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 8, 2019
After an extremely ugly start to the game, the Warriors lead the Raptors 8-5 with 6:45 left in the first. Toronto is 2-for-8 from the field and 0-for-4 from long range with two turnovers while Golden State is 4-for-10 from the field and 0-for-2 from long range with four turnovers. Three of the Warriors' four turnovers have come from DeMarcus Cousins.
The Warriors will go with Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala, Draymond Green and DeMarcus Cousins.
First 5️⃣ pic.twitter.com/1zkM1FauDK- Golden State Warriors (@warriors) June 8, 2019
No changes to the Raptors' starting five - Kyle Lowry, Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard, Pascal Siakam and Marc Gasol.
#NBAFinals Game 4 @Sprite_CA starters. #WeTheNorth pic.twitter.com/mFl3Q0vVa0- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 8, 2019
Kevon Looney will play in Game 4.
Kevon Looney will play tonight, Steve Kerr says.- Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) June 7, 2019