Welcome to Game 4 of the NBA Finals between Eastern Conference champs the Toronto Raptors and the West’s perennial winners, the Golden State Warriors. The Raptors currently have the series lead at two games to one after a lopsided victory on the road in Game 3.
Toronto used a hot shooting night and their trademark shutdown defense to overcome a monster night from Stephen Curry, who was without both Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant. The latter will also miss Game 4 tonight, but Thompson is likely to play.
Should Toronto find themselves on the winning end of this one, it’s entirely possible that it will be the final Warriors game ever played in Oakland. Can the Warriors extend the series or is Toronto just too strong? Find out tonight at 6 PM Pacific on ABC.