Toronto Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard (2) drives to the net against Golden State Warriors guard Andre Iguodala (9) during the first half of Game 1 of basketball's NBA Finals, Thursday, May 30, 2019, in Toronto. They wanted him to tone things down in the Finals.
"Drake talking on the sideline, I think so many people make a big deal out of it", Green said. He takes care of himself. During the postgame press conference, Draymond spoke about the incident and put the entire thing into perspective when a reporter asked him about him and Drake's "scuffle".
The Golden State Warriors are expecting Kevin Durant to return to the starting lineup midway through the NBA Finals, Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes reported on Friday. How would the Raptors handle Stephen Curry? And Dell wore #30, just like Steph.
Even funnier: Drake's armband.
However, the gesture is most likely in good faith with Steph Curry and Drake being good friends.
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Take last night's game, for example. Golden State was able to hold on and win that game before closing out the series with an impressive Game 6 performance in Houston.
Following Toronto's 118-109 victory in the first game of their series on Thursday, Green and Drake were observed engaging in a few heated words, though the player would later dismiss reports that the two had been involved in a "scuffle". I don't think there was any difference in him than any of the rest of us. "We talked. We barked a little bit".
In terms of adversity, I considered that the hardest moment of my life, " Siakam said. And as he climbs the mountain of stardom, he has the Warriors' Draymond Green obsessed.
It doesn't seem like Drake heeded his warning.
Kerr says Durant has been doing some on-court workouts, but there still is no concrete plan for when the 2017 and 2018 NBA Finals MVP can rejoin practices.