Toronto vs Golden State Predictions
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The Raptors have outscored the Dubs in 16 of 20 quarters in the series, but GSW's won two of those games with explosive scoring. How the Warriors respond to the emotional roller coaster theyve been on since Monday nobody knows. But its the last game at Oracle Arena and I think Golden State magically finds a way to get this series to a Game 7. I'm hoping this line goes to -2 before tip and will play Golden State. The total for tonights game is the lowest of the series, opening at 211, so I endorse a play on the over as well.
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Player Props: Demarcus Cousins OVER 11 points (-120). Without KD I think Cousins will get a lot of looks tonight. ..especially if they keep running that Box-and-1 defense against Steph. Shrek hasn't don't anything offensively in this series and Demarcus and Iguodala only other offensive threats. I like Cousins to have a big game.
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Hey guy's Exciting game tonight! Like i've said before GSW are nothing without kevin durant! Game 5 GSW won just because of those 11 points kevin durant made before he got injured! So yes tonight toronto finishes it! Toronto wins pick moneyline toronto to win. And over and under looks difficult but if you want to finish the job tonight at oracle arena you need points! So over 211!70%
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I don't see a lot of value here tonight but my instincts say take the points in what should be a hard fight close game.
Toronto has dominated in the paint and without KD the the Splash Brothers will have to combine for 60 to win this game. These are two of the most offensively potent teams in the league and combination of Warriors outside shooting and Toronto scoring leads me to liking the OVER 211.5 here. Fun fact: the over is 9-3 in the last 12 meetings in Golden State....Toronto and Over 211.5 (lightly).
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Raptors are the better team overall but I think Golden State at home gets the win tonight in another close one. Raptors win in 7.
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The Raptors let Game 5 slip through their hands, but I like them to win the championship tonight at Oracle Arena where they won the previous 2 games and 4-0 ATS in their last 4 meetings. I just don't see Golden State shooting the rock like they did in game 5 to stave off elimination and Kawhi is a terminator that is in kill mode right now. Toronto should win but will grab the free 3 points just in case.50%
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NBA Finals Game 6 Preview: Can the Warriors pull out all the stop to force a Game 7? - Golden State Of MindThe Warriors get a second chance to leave Oracle with an everlasting memory. Lets get it. https://www.goldenstateofmind.com/2019/6/13/18663567/nba-playoffs-2019-warriors-vs-raptors-game-6-preview-durant-stephen-curry-klay-thompson-we-believe
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Toronto Raptors at Golden State Warriors predictions, picks and betsPreviewing Thursday’s Toronto Raptors at Golden State Warriors NBA Finals Game 6 match up, with NBA betting predictions, picks and best bets https://sportsbookwire.usatoday.com/2019/06/12/toronto-raptors-at-golden-state-warriors-nba-finals-game-6-predictions-picks-and-best-bets/
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Toronto Raptors (54% consensus). The Golden State Warriors look to even the NBA Finals at three games apiece when they host the Toronto Raptors on Thursday in Game 6 of the seven-game series. Toronto had the opportunity to close it out on Monday but suffered a 106-105 home loss during a contest in which Warriors star forward Kevin Durant ruptured his Achilles tendon in his first appearance of the series... http://bit.ly/2B27bSW
Betting Prediction for Toronto Raptors vs Golden State Warriors on June 13, 2019, 9:00 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Toronto will Win , Cover the Spread , and the Total will go Over .
The Golden State Warriors return home for Game 6 of the NBA Finals and while it may have a somber mood due to the loss of Kevin Durant, it may still harbor some joy as it will be the final NBA game ever to be played at Oracle Arena. They take on the Toronto Raptors, who are looking to clinch their first NBA championship in franchise history.The Warriors opened as 3.5-point favorites (since moved to -3) with a total of 210.5.Raptors vs Warriors Game Center. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2K9fUHP
Raptors HQ: Raptors vs. Warriors NBA Finals Game 6 Thread
By the time we had reached Game 6 of the last two series, we more or less knew what the Toronto Raptors were up against.
In the 76ers series, size and defence had humbled the Raptors into a one-man show. Kawhi Leonard and three other supporting performers were all Toronto needed to get wins in that series, and Leonard finally shut the door on Philadelphia with the biggest shot in franchise history. In the Bucks series, the Raptors figured out how to rattle their opponent's role players, syncing their defence to be even more precise and having some of their own bench guys (Fred Sr.
San Jose Mercury News: Photos: Warriors, Raptors fans arrive at Oracle for NBA Finals Game 6
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Golden State Warriors and Toronto Raptors fans gathered outside before Game 6 of the NBA Finals at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., on Thursday, June 13, 2019. It's the Warriors last game at the arena before their move to the new Chase Center in San Francisco. Fans at Oracle will receive a rally towel with a special message:
Tonight, the #Warriors play for Oakland and for KD.
All fans in attendance at Game 6 will receive this special rally towel.
The Star: Raptors and Warriors brace for uncertain future, win or lose
OAKLAND, CALIF.--Andre Iguodala is an old man now, in basketball terms. The 35-year-old has been playing so long that it is easy to forget that he is a link to both the old incompetence of the Toronto Raptors and their rebirth -- they passed on him with the eighth pick in the 2004 draft to take lumbering human refrigerator Rafael Araujo. Years later, then-Nuggets GM Masai Ujiri traded for Iguodala in Denver, which was his last stop before Golden State. Before the rise of an empire, and the eventual fall.
"Favourite moment from this arena?" said Iguodala before Game 6 of the NBA Finals, in which the Raptors looked to win the franchise's first NBA championship by beating the Warriors in the final game at Oracle Arena.
San Jose Mercury News: Live NBA Finals updates: Warriors vs. Raptors, Game 6, Thursday
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Scroll down below this story for the latest live scoring, news and in-game analysis as the Warriors take the floor at Oracle Arena for the final time in Game 6 of the NBA Finals Thursday at 6 p.m.
Nostalgia aside, the Warriors need a victory to prevent the Raptors from becoming the second team in four years to clinch the NBA title on their home court.
Down 3-2 in the series after Monday's gut-wrenching Game 5 victory in Toronto, the Warriors will need to summon the strength to get past the Raptors without Kevin Durant, who was lost for the series and likely for an entire year when he ruptured his Achilles tendon in Toronto.
Golden State Of Mind: Will Warriors win final game at Oracle for KD, laying 3-points to the Raptors in game 6?
Kevin Durant's ultimate sacrifice fueled the Golden State Warriors to the narrowest 106-105 victory in game five, but he can now only watch as the Dubs face the next elimination game without him in Golden State's final game at Oracle Arena.
Here we discuss the game six odds and analysis from a betting perspective.
When: Thursday June 13th, 2019 at 6:00pm PST
Where: Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Line: Warriors -3, o/u 211.5
Injuries: Kevon Looney (collarbone) is probable and Kevin Durant (Achilles) is out for the Warriors.
Raptors HQ: Listen to That's A Rap #39: Post-Game 5 vs. Warriors Reaction
The Golden State Warriors show some fight and eke out a narrow victory. The Toronto Raptors show they're more than capable of dethroning the champs by owning the second half. Games 4 and 5 played out as you might have predicted, but not necessarily in the right order!
An entire nation was ready to erupt, but, alas, the champagne must remain on ice and one final trip to Oakland must now be made. If you thought the layoff between Games 4 and 5 were long, these next 50+ hours are going to feel like an eternity.
Raptors HQ: Five thoughts on last night's Game 5: Warriors 106, Raptors 105
I believe you may have heard the phrase "don't ever underestimate the heart of a champion" once or twice in your lifetime, especially regarding the NBA Finals, and it was never more apropos than it was last night. The Toronto Raptors hung around all night, and suddenly seemed poised to deliver the knockout blow. But the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors didn't go down -- they counterattacked and stole Game 5 in Toronto.
The Raptors are still in the driver's seat with a 3-2 lead, but this game did not leave a good taste in the mouth.
The Star: Raptors splash down in Game 5 loss to Warriors
Kyle Lowry was everywhere and doing everything, hitting shots and dishing off assists, boxing out larger and stronger rebounders and harassing ball handlers as only he can.
The Raptors point guard, who says every fall that his only goal for the NBA season is to hold "that gold ball" that is the Larry O'Brien Trophy, must now wait for the chance after a heartbreaking finish to Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Monday night.
Despite Lowry's overall play and a great fourth quarter from Kawhi Leonard, the Raptors could not close out the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors.