Look Raptors-Warriors talk to media day earlier to of Game 6 of NBA Finals | CBC Sports

Look Raptors-Warriors talk to media day earlier to of Game 6 of NBA Finals | CBC Sports

The Toronto Raptors and Golden Order Warriors are talking to the media are living now ahead of Game 6 of the NBA Finals in Oakland, Calif., on Thursday night.

The Warriors will starting up up their availability at 3:30 p.m. ET, adopted by the Raptors at 4:15 p.m. ET.

The Raptors, which lead likely the easiest-of-seven sequence 3-2, came shut to celebrating their first NBA title on Monday night. In the wreck, Toronto fell 106-105 to the three-time champion Warriors in Game 5.

The sport featured hundreds of emotion and controversy. Upon his return to the put up-season, Warriors megastar Kevin Durant injured his Achilles tendon. 

Large ingredients of the Raptors followers sections in Scotiabank Enviornment first and principal cheered, radiant what Durant — who had merely returned to the lineup after a month on the sidelines — going down can also indicate for Toronto’s probabilities of worthwhile the franchise’s first title.

Raptors followers had been carefully criticized by Warriors players, who referred to as the cheering “classless.” 

“That is crazy. That is crazy,” Golden Order’s Draymond Green acknowledged of the crowd’s initial response. “Come on … that’s classless. For me, I’ve always witnessed Canadians being the nicest these who I’ve ever encountered.”

Adding agony to the Raptors devoted, the NBA on Tuesday admitted Toronto’s Marc Gasol will deserve to had been given two free throws with 49 seconds left. 

Gasol changed into fouled by the Warriors’ DeMarcus Cousins on a drive and overlooked the shot and tumbled to the ground, however no unhappy changed into referred to as.

WATCH | Referees leave out unhappy on Marc Gasol in closing minute:

The NBA says Raptors participant Marc Gasol will deserve to have long past to the free-throw line within the closing minute of Game 5, however officials overlooked a call 0:19

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