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2019 NBA Finals - (1) Golden State Warriors vs (2) Toronto Raptors (TOR leads 3-2)

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2019 NBA Finals TV Schedule
Game 1: Thursday, May 30th - Toronto 118 Golden State 109 (Raptors lead series 1-0)
Game 2: Sunday, June 2nd - Golden State 109 Toronto 104 (Series tied 1-1)
Game 3: Wednesday, June 5th - Toronto 123 Golden State 109 (Raptors lead series 2-1)
Game 4: Friday, June 7th - Toronto 105 Golden State 92 (Raptors lead series 3-1)
Game 5: Monday, June 10th - Golden State 106 Toronto 105 (Raptors lead series 3-2)
Game 6: Thursday, June 13th - Toronto @ Golden State - 9 PM EST (ABC)
Game 7 (if necessary): Sunday, June 16th - Golden State @ Toronto - 9 PM EST (ABC)

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For the first time since they added KD, I will bet against GSW. Bucks in 7.

 

(If the Raptors manage to win this series, which I really doubt, then I renege on that previous statement and would have GSW beating them in 6)

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Warriors in 4 unless Durant plays. Bucks in 7 or Warriors in 6 over Raptors if he does.

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The Warriors are going to get WAY more rest than the EC Champ. How big of an advantage do you all think that is?

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I'll take the Warriors in 6

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1 hour ago, seminoles1 said:

Warriors in 4 unless Durant plays. Bucks in 7 or Warriors in 6 over Raptors if he does.

Love it!!! Warriors being doubted once again!!! Bucks in 7 they said!!!!!

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As much as I respect the Bucks and am rooting for them, I just can't see anybody beating the Warriors four times in seven games.

Durant is the best player in the world.

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1 hour ago, freak_of_nature said:

The Warriors are going to get WAY more rest than the EC Champ. How big of an advantage do you all think that is?

Meh, they played 12 games opposed to 9 games for the Bucks in the first two rounds. The Bucks are also healthier than the Warriors right now. Of course, this is assuming they stay healthy and actually win the conference finals. 

The long rest can work both ways. Usually a team is rusty after being off for so long, but the rest was needed for the Dubs who are banged up.

 

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6 minutes ago, J-ALL-DAY said:

Meh, they played 12 games opposed to 9 games for the Bucks in the first two rounds. The Bucks are also healthier than the Warriors right now. Of course, this is assuming they stay healthy and actually win the conference finals. 

The long rest can work both ways. Usually a team is rusty after being off for so long, but the rest was needed for the Dubs who are banged up.

 

It's not 'meh', that's a huge deal.  Durant, Iggy and Boogie getting like 10 days of pure rest.  That's massive. The first two rounds for the Bucks were easy.  The Pistons were like having a bye week and the Celtics posed damn near no challenge.

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5 minutes ago, showtime said:

It's not 'meh', that's a huge deal.  Durant, Iggy and Boogie getting like 10 days of pure rest.  That's massive. The first two rounds for the Bucks were easy.  The Pistons were like having a bye week and the Celtics posed damn near no challenge.

Meh about having an advantage...And yes, it is meh. It allows the Warriors to get healthy, but it damn sure isn't a huge factor for the Bucks that they get three or four days of rest instead of nine days of rest. If the series goes 7 games? Then that is different. But long rests have proven to be a negative for some teams in game 1 of the series. I mean the Bucks had a solid rest for the Celtics and laid a complete egg in game 1. 

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2 minutes ago, J-ALL-DAY said:

Meh about having an advantage...And yes, it is meh. It allows the Warriors to get healthy, but it damn sure isn't a huge factor for the Bucks that they get three or four days of rest instead of nine days of rest. If the series goes 7 games? Then that is different. But long rests have proven to be a negative for some teams in game 1 of the series. I mean the Bucks had a solid rest for the Celtics and laid a complete egg in game 1. 

The Warriors are injured, though.  In absolutely no way is this a negative for them.

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Warriors in 5 over Raptors or 6 over Bucks.

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5 minutes ago, showtime said:

The Warriors are injured, though.  In absolutely no way is this a negative for them.

Holy ish dude, follow along at what I'm saying. I stated the long break allows them to get healthier, but in terms of just a pure advantage having more days off than say the Bucks? It isn't that big of an advantage. 

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