Kevin Durant made his first appearance on the court for the NBA Finals against the Raptors but unfortunately, he suffered from another injury that seems like it'll take him out for the rest of the NBA Finals. "He's a good teammate". You know how I know it?
Durant hasn't played in more than a month after straining a calf muscle in Game 5 of the Warriors' second-round series against Houston.
Kevin Durant #35 of the Golden State Warriors warms up prior to the start of an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Lakers at ORACLE Arena on December 25, 2018 in Oakland, California.
"I'm a long-time Raptors fan, and a basketball fan in general", Dupasquier said. He missed most of last season with a leg injury, one that limited him to nine games. "Like I said, we're idolized as superstar athletes, not human beings". "He's going to come back stronger though". So I just kind of - we don't want that type of stuff. "It's not the same being out there without him".
"I'm told it is quite quiet as you could imagine".
"We do it for Kevin", Thompson said. After the game, Warriors coach Steve Kerr thanked the Raptors for doing that.
"So it's a freaky feeling we all have right now - an incredible win and a terrible loss at the same time".
"We just came across and just chose to give those guys a rest", Nurse said of the timeout. "He went out there and sacrificed his body".More news: Holy hell, Keanu Reeves is in Cyberpunk 2077
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Kerr was asked if he had any reservations about Durant's ability if he is ultimately cleared to play.
"Why are they cheering for his injury? Come on man", Embiid said on Twitter.
Raptors fans reacted by cheering and waving goodbye as he sat on the floor holding his calf.
The two-time defending champion Warriors showed true grit, writes CBS Sports' Jack Maloney. In the final seconds and the Raptors trailing by a single point, Kyle Lowry couldn't hit the winning shot, keeping the Warriors alive in these Finals. "I don't know the extent of it".
Ever since his decision to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder and sign with the Warriors, Durant has been the NBA's favourite villain.
He won't be out there again this season.
"It felt great out of my hand", Lowry said.