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Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:09 pm
by Son Goku 25
syrus3 wrote:Your back to back what? This team won’t even be in the Finals next year.


We the champs!

We were better than the warriors WITH KLAY. Same team swept the WCF team, beat Rockets in a decisive game without KD, everyone was calling them the old Warriors, the 2015 team, the 73-9 team, their offense was unlocked, Curry playing at an all time high, warriors tougher without KD.

Warriors risked it all trying to save Curry as he got bodied up FVV :lol: :lol: so they called KD and got him hurt :banghead:

New coach (rookie nba coach), new players, mid season trade, injuries, load management, going through Bucks/Sixes who would have won the ship had they not gone up against the Raps

FOH with that.

Toronto Raptors 2019 NBA champs.

Ya'll still salty and mad? :lol:

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Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:14 pm
by Viper1500
Congrats Raptor fans!

Raptors are clearly the best team in the East, wish we could have seen a real finals. One of the most underwhelming finals victories I can recall.

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:17 pm
by HoopsterJones
Congrats to the Raptors and their fans. A championship is a championship. Let nothing diminish that.

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:18 pm
by MikeM
The only team to beat Toronto in the last 4 playoffs combined is Lebron.

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:22 pm
by Mind_Odyssey
Kawhi had an amazing sequence of just pure effort that final possession. He boxed out Boogie and sprinted his ass off for the ball.

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:29 pm
by Lunartic
This was one of the most impressive runs in history

The past East Conference finals teams have been Lebron with a super-team beating up on injured weaklings.

The Sixers/Bucks were both incredibly good teams that would have taken out Lebron's Cavs.

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:32 pm
by everdiso
Final Series Stats:

TOR: 111.5pts, 84.3fga (58.1ts%) -- 2pts: 50.0att (52.6%), 3pts: 34.3att (35.0%), FTs: 26.5att (86.2%)
GSW: 105.8pts, 81.8fga (57.0ts%) -- 2pts: 48.3att (49.7%), 3pts: 33.5att (37.8%), FTs: 24.8att (79.9%)

TOR: 41.0rb (9.7off), 23.0ast / 12.8to, 8.2st, 4.8bk, 22.2pf, +5.7nrtg
GSW: 40.3rb (8.8off), 28.2ast / 16.7to, 6.8st, 4.8bk, 23.7pf, -5.7nrtg




Kawhi: 6gms, 40.5mpg, 28.5pts (28.9usg%, 60.6ts%), 9.8rb, 4.2ast, 2.0st, 1.2bk
Curry: 6gms, 41.7mpg, 30.5pts (30.0usg%, 59.8ts%), 5.2rb, 6.0ast, 1.5st, 0.2bk

Siakam: 6gms, 40.1mpg, 19.8pts (21.3usg%, 56.0ts%), 7.3rb, 3.7ast, 0.5st, 0.7bk
Klay: 5gms, 37.6mpg, 26.0pts (23.6usg%, 70.6ts%), 4.8rb, 2.4ast, 0.8st, 0.0bk

Lowry: 6gms, 38.1mpg, 16.2pts (20.1usg%, 54.9ts%), 4.0rb, 7.2ast, 1.7st, 0.5bk
Dray: 6gms, 41.3mpg, 12.5pts (17.7usg%, 54.2ts%), 10.8rb, 9.3ast, 1.7st, 1.0bk

VanV: 6gms, 32.4mpg, 14.0pts (17.0usg%, 60.7ts%), 2.7rb, 2.2ast, 1.2st, 0.0bk
Iggy: 6gms, 31.4mpg, 9.2pts (15.1usg%, 50.0ts%), 4.5rb, 4.0ast, 1.0st, 1.5bk

Gasol: 6gms, 28.8mpg, 12.0pts (16.9usg%, 61.6ts%), 7.3rb, 2.7ast, 0.5st, 0.3bk
Looney: 5gms, 20.8mpg, 5.8pts (13.4usg%, 56.3ts%), 3.2rb, 1.2ast, 0.4st, 0.2bk


Ibaka: 6gms, 19.3mpg, 11.3pts (24.6usg%, 61.0ts%), 5.2rb, 1.0ast, 0.8st, 1.7bk
Boogie: 6gms, 18.0mpg, 8.3pts (25.9usg%, 49.9ts%), 4.7rb, 2.3ast, 0.7st, 1.0bk

Green: 6gms, 27.2mpg, 7.3pts (13.3usg%, 53.7ts%), 3.5rb, 1.2ast, 1.2st, 0.5bk
Shaun: 6gms, 16.3mpg, 4.7pts (14.8usg%, 50.9ts%), 1.5rb, 1.5ast, 0.7st, 0.2bk
Cook: 6gms, 14.6mpg, 4.8pts (15.8usg%, 48.5ts%), 0.8rb, 0.8ast, 0.2st, 0.2bk

Powell: 6gms, 11.0mpg, 1.8pts (10.3usg%, 39.6ts%), 1.0rb, 0.7ast, 0.3st, 0.0bk
McKinnie: 6gms, 9.6mpg, 2.2pts (15.6usg%, 37.5ts%), 1.7rb, 0.3ast, 0.0st, 0.0bk

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:33 pm
by niQ
Patrick McCaw completed the 3peat!

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:45 pm
by Chanel Bomber
I must say, while maybe not a historically great team (or maybe not yet at least), I don't think I have ever seen such a complete team as these Raptors in the sense that every freaking player on the floor could defend, shoot and pass. Every player was a threat on both sides of the ball. The level of consistency of their line-ups in terms of skills was truly overwhelming.

There's no asterisk for these Raptors.

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:00 pm
by Jaqua92
Happy for Kawhi and happy for Lowry now that I think about it. Good for Pascal. Good for Marc Gasol. He deserves it.



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Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:08 pm
by Teen Girl Squad
Chanel Bomber wrote:I must say, while maybe not a historically great team (or maybe not yet at least), I don't think I have ever seen such a complete team as these Raptors in the sense that every freaking player on the floor could defend, shoot and pass. Every player was a threat on both sides of the ball. The level of consistency of their line-ups in terms of skills was truly overwhelming.

There's no asterisk for these Raptors.


The 15-17 era warriors were up there as well. But yeah this team is legit impressive top to bottom.

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:12 pm
by TheGOATWill
Re-live it raps fans. Higher pucker factor...when Green threw it away or when Curry got it off clean?

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:36 pm
by MikeM
TheGOATWill wrote:Re-live it raps fans. Higher pucker factor...when Green threw it away or when Curry got it off clean?


Curry

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:37 pm
by Coco Costanza
TheGOATWill wrote:Re-live it raps fans. Higher pucker factor...when Green threw it away or when Curry got it off clean?


I was yelling at the screen over Green throwing it away. Couldn't he have just held it?

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:41 pm
by Danny1616
Raptors probably had the toughest road to the finals in the Eastern Conference in a decade...gotta give them credit for that.

Sixers and Bucks were probably better then everything in the West apart from the Warriors.

Re: Raptors win the 2019 NBA championship

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:45 pm
by jamesd
BayArea408415 wrote:
Hero wrote:It does if you use it to supplement playoff results.



Not really. People cherrypick the results to supplement their argument when it works. It doesn’t work for OKC vs Portland, Portland vs Denver, Raptors vs Bucks or even an 8th seed Pistons sweeping the Raptors during the regular season but with little chance to beat them during the playoffs. The Warriors haven’t treated the regular season the same since the 73-9 season.


If I tell you Golden State won will you shut up?

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:46 pm
by PD28
Danny for me. I've rarely seen curry deliver in the clutch so if he hits that, you live with it lol
TheGOATWill wrote:Re-live it raps fans. Higher pucker factor...when Green threw it away or when Curry got it off clean?


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Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:51 pm
by Pharmcat
syrus3 wrote:Your back to back what? This team won’t even be in the Finals next year.


Who cares ? They won this year and will always have this in their pockets. Congrats again to raps!

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 5:11 pm
by Cactus Jack
I'm honestly a little shocked that Realgm is still working this morning....

Re: Toronto Raptors win 2019 NBA Championship.

Posted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 5:12 pm
by Mikistan
Coco Costanza wrote:
TheGOATWill wrote:Re-live it raps fans. Higher pucker factor...when Green threw it away or when Curry got it off clean?


I was yelling at the screen over Green throwing it away. Couldn't he have just held it?

I was more livid at what led to it.

Lowry inbounds the ball, walks it up over half court using 10 of the 24 seconds of the clock
then calls a time out with 37-39 seconds left ...

Which means the 2-for-1 opportunity when you are up only 1 is gone ... bad bad idea IMO

What do we do out of the time out -- inbound into the back court again ... which is running more time off the clock, then turn it over lmao