The Toronto Raptors won the Game 3 of NBA with a huge leap by 123-109 against Golden State Warriors. At a point, Raptors took lead of17 points over Warriors. Here we will discuss NBA finals Game 3 and win of Toronto Raptors.
Remarkably, Raptors dominated the opponent team throughout the game yesterday. Both the teams will also face each other again in NBA finals Game 4 in Oakland.
Danny Green showed effective performance with six three-pointers with 18 points. Also, Kawhi Leonard and Kyle Lowry led the game with scoring 30 points and 23 points respectively.
Noticeably, Pascal Siakam scored 18 points and Marc Gosal had 17 points.
Raptors coach Nick Nurse said, “When he kept it going, I think it was a huge confidence booster all around.”
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Coach also compared the NBA Finals Game 3 with Sunday loss. He said, “Our offence wasn’t very good in Game 2 and we knew that was hurting our defence as well.”
Further, he said, “We tried to play with more pace up the court and we tried to play with more pace in the half court. I thought you saw a lot more cutting and passing — obviously 30 assists — you saw a lot more shots go in, that helps.”
“We tried to play with more pace up the court and we tried to play with more pace in the half court. I thought you saw a lot more cutting and passing obviously 30 assists you saw a lot more shots go in, that helps.
Coming to Warriors, Stephen Curry really did well. He scored 47 points and led the game. Further, Draymond Green scored 17 points. Unfortunately, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Kevon Looney sat out in NBA finals Game 3 due to injury.
Earlier, Raptors HQ editor-in-chief Daniel Reynolds said, “It starts with Kyle Lowry. He’s the heart of the team … Lowry has to sort of respond to the call here and come out with a strong, sound game,” he said, adding Siakam had to get back to scoring more effectively.”