Durant to miss out on Game 2 of NBA FInals

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After losing Game 1 of the NBA Finals to the Toronto Raptors, they lost the first half of Game 2 Sunday by five points. Coach Steve Kerr wasn't sure how long Cousins could go in that game after he missed the last 14 games.

Second, Don't Take So Many Shots From Beyond the Arc, Golden State Went 12-for-31 From Beyond The Arc In Game 1.

Never mind that the Golden State Warriors implemented the theft of these NBA Finals under the bright lights of the Scotiabank Arena in front of 19,800 incredulous witnesses wearing blood-red shirts and the stupefied daze of a crowd that just had their wallets swiped.

I also pay a lot of attention to the numbers in Canada, where we set an all-time record for viewership.

Since the Warriors won't practice Monday as they travel back to California - where they host games three and four on Wednesday and Friday in Oakland - Durant would only have one practice opportunity on Tuesday before game three.

"It felt", noted Toronto veteran Danny Green, "like we forgot how to play basketball for a second". "We started to look like ourselves and so at that point, it just felt better and then the second half we got it rolling and we ended up with 34 assists, which is more like our team". "We anticipate that Sunday's game will see similar or potentially even stronger demand".

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Several public protests are being planned including one due to start at 11am on Tuesday morning in Trafalgar Square. They must wait for final approval from the Metropolitan Police, who are expected to give their decision on Monday.

The Golden State star left the court after the first quarter and retreated toward the Warriors' locker room. "So it was championship defence and that's what it's going to take". We're all in this together. I think there's a really strong bond of faith and trust in one another.

Some of the best players in golf are in the stands for Game 2 of the NBA Finals. The Warriors know what's at stake, and they're clearly united.

Golden State Warriors guard Andre Iguodala (9) gestures after making a three-pointer against the Toronto Raptors during the fourth quarter.

Kerr came up with the "Strength in Numbers" idea himself.

Toronto's Game 1 win over Golden State marked the Warriors' third straight win over the Warriors this season, two were in the regular season. "We're going to need them, obviously, with all these injuries".

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