The Toronto Raptors are now leading the NBA Finals series by 2-1 after beating the Golden State Warriors by 123 points to 109.
The Raptors take Game 3!— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) June 6, 2019
Toronto scored 123 points, the most the Warriors have allowed at home in the NBA Finals under Steve Kerr.
The Raptors also got 106 points from their Starting 5, the most in any playoff game in their franchise history. pic.twitter.com/UWKgCZPZbz
Kawhi Leonard led the way for the Raptors with another impressive all‑around game. He finished with 30 points, seven rebounds and six assists, while Kyle Lowry added 23 points and nine assists.
FINAIS 05/06— NBA do Povo(Playoffs) 🏀🇧🇷 (@NBAdoPovo) June 6, 2019
Golden State Warriors 109 x 123 Toronto Raptors
Placar da Série: 2-1 TOR
Kawhi Leonard: 30PTS 7REB 6AST 2STL 2BLK
Kyle Lowry: 23PTS 4REB 9AST 1STL 1BLK
Stephen Curry: 47PTS 8REB 7AST 2STL
Draymond Green: 17PTS 7REB 4AST 2STL#NBAnaBand#NBAnaESPN pic.twitter.com/0Z5T1HRN3J
For the Warriors, it was all about Curry, who went for a playoff career‑high 47 points in defeat.
FINAL SCORE FROM THE ORACLE:@Raptors 1️⃣2️⃣3️⃣@warriors 1️⃣0️⃣9️⃣— SPN- Sports (@SPNSportsIndia) June 6, 2019
A career-best #NBAPlayoffs performance from @StephenCurry30(47 PTS) wasn't enough as @kawhileonard(30 PTS) and @Klow7(23 PTS) led the Raptors to a big win. 🙌🏽#SPNSports #NBAFinals#NBAonSony #WeTheNorth #DubNation pic.twitter.com/zy4TGvDRl5
Game 4 will be played at 1pm Saturday.
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