The NBA Finals resumes tonight with Game 3 from Oracle Arena. The talk of the series has shifted to the health, specifically the lack thereof, issue of the Golden State Warriors. They have dealt fairly well with the loss of Kevin Durant but now injuries to Klay Thompson, Kevon Looney and Andre Iguodala could impact the series. Iguodala suffered a lower leg strain late in Game 1 but finished that game and played in the next game. Klay Thompson is dealing with a hamstring strain late in Game 2 and his status for Game 3 is still up in the air and will likely be a game time decision. Center Kevon Looney is out for the series with a non-displaced first costal cartilage fracture. DeMarcus Cousins has returned and was very impactful in Game 2 but if Thompson can’t go, he will be vital for the Warriors.
|Toronto Raptors (58-24)|
|Golden State Warriors (57-25)|
|9:00p – ABC|
Golden State vs. Toronto
Teams tied in Best-of-7 series 1 games to 1
Next game: Wednesday, June 5, 9:00PM @GSW