The Toronto Raptors are just one win away from their first NBA title. They have defeated Golden State Warriors in Game 4 of the finals, with 105-92, and now have a chance to solve everything in front of their fans.

Warriors opened the match much better than in the previous clashes, and they had a 25-14 lead during the first period, keeping the distance until the halftime. As soon as the second half began, Toronto started playing much better, and the guests from Canada made a big push in the late third.

In some three minutes they made a 13-1 run which led them to a 77-64 advantage, and from that moment on there was no coming back for the champs.

Toronto confidently kept the distance and routinely brought the match to its ending.

Kawhi Leonard was unstoppable, and the Raptors small forward posted a strong double-double, 36 points, and 12 boards. Kawhi also had 4 steals, and sunk 5 threes, going perfect from the free throw line.

Serge Ibaka played the best game of the entire playoffs. The big fella dropped 20 points, shooting 9 of 12 from the field. Pascal Siakam was solid with 18 buckets, while Kyle Lowery added 10 and 7 assists.

Meanwhile, the Splash Brothers did their thing, but it wasn’t enough. Klay Thompson scored 28 points, after skipping Game 3 because of an injury. He was 6 for 10 from deer, and 11 of 18 from the field. Steph Curry had 27, but with a bad shooting percentage, 9 for 22 and 2 for 9 from behind the arc.

Draymond Green had 10 points, 12 assists, and 9 boards.

Game 5 will take place in Toronto this Monday night. It is still unknown will Kevin Durant be able to play. At the moment, there is no information about that.


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