Warriors Stay Alive In NBA Finals With Win


Published on June 11 2019 6:19 am
Last Updated on June 12 2019 6:23 am

The Golden State Warriors stayed alive in the NBA Finals by eking out a 106-105 win over the Toronto Raptors, although the news was bad for Kevin Durant.

Durant left the game early in the second quarter with an injured Achilles tendon. The team says it’s a different injury than what had kept him out of action for over a month and that he’ll have an MRI today.

Deals Involving Anthony Davis

New Orleans Pelicans executive David Griffin has begun putting out the word to other teams on potential deals they might accept involving Anthony Davis. So far, the Los Angeles and New York teams have inquired, but Griffin now says he might be open to a three-team deal.

Tony Parker Announces Retirement

Tony Parker has announced his retirement from the NBA after 18 seasons. Parker cited his level of play and struggling to motivate himself while playing for the non-contending Charlotte Hornets.

Monday, June 10 Scoreboard

Golden State 106, Toronto 105

NBA Finals -- Game 5, Toronto leads 3-2

Tuesday, June 11

No game scheduled

Wednesday, June 12

No game scheduled

Thursday, June 13 Schedule (Time Central)

Toronto at Golden State, 8 p.m.

NBA Finals -- Game 6

Friday, June 14

No game scheduled

Saturday, June 15

No game scheduled

Sunday, June 16 Schedule (Time Central)

Golden State at Toronto, 7 p.m.

NBA Finals -- Game 7, if necessary