Published: Wed, June 12, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Ratings For Game 5 Of Finals Jumps 37 Percent From Game 4

Ratings For Game 5 Of Finals Jumps 37 Percent From Game 4

The Toronto Raptors host the Golden State Warriors in GAME 5 of the NBA Finals.

Myers was emotional during the postgame press conference, and Def Pen Hoops showed the scene as he fought back tears addressing Durant's injury.

The Golden State are facing steep odds in this do-or-die Game 5, and they will definitely need Durant's scoring and defense in order to hang with a disciplined and multifaceted Raptors team.

"At that time I felt that he probably wanted to get us some rest", Leonard said.

Aaron said she's always been a fan who watches more during the playoffs than the regular season. He's a good teammate, good person. "It's not fair. I'm lucky to know him".

Before Myers spoke, Warriors PR people said he would only take questions from Warriors local reporters and he wouldn't take questions from national reporters.

There was much hanging on his return for the do or die elimination game, which the Warriors ended up winning 106-105, in a nail-biting battle that cut Toronto's lead in the Finals to 3-2.

In the clip, actor Eugene Levy and Drake both feel the energy as they sing those iconic words. This was Kevin's first time playing with the Warriors in over a month, as he had been recovering from a calf strain.

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Durant posted on his IG Story after the game, saying, "I'm hurting deep in the soul right now I can't lie but seeing my brothers get this win was like taking a shot of tequila, i got new life lol".

Durant returned with just one practice on Sunday and a shootaround Monday morning under his belt. The Warriors executive also restated that Durant's initial injury was to his calf and not the Achilles.

The Toronto fans, hungry for the first championship in their 24-year history, immediately started to cheer, sensing that an injured Durant could ease their path to victory.

Durant still managed to put in 11 points and grab two rebounds in 12 minutes.

Steph Curry, who lived in Toronto when his dad played a couple of seasons for the Raptors, had a more diplomatic yet disappointed tone.

'He gave us what he could and we hope he makes a speedy recovery.

Unfortunately for the Warriors, Durant's exit from the game seems to indicate that the Raptors will prove victorious in the series as they already hold a 3-1 record on the defending champs. "Nobody should have to go through something like that".

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