Monday, June 3, 2019

NBA Finals Game 2 For June 2nd Featuring The Raptors vs The Warriors, Scores, Stats & He STILL Hears!!!

I could have been dead sleeping in my grave, but God blessed me to see another day! Even when I did wrong he was still there! I'm so glad that God still hears a sinners’ prayer!!! 

This is Cee Jay, C-E-E-J-A-Y! and this is your Spiritual Sports Segment with a hip hop twist, for The Finals in the NBA on as I Sprinkle a Little Spiritually in YOUR Sports!!! Come Roll With Me!!!

Klay Thompson finished with
25 points before exiting in the 4th
Speaking of rolling, The NBA Finals kept rolling, rolling, rolling in the country of Canada as the Toronto Raptors were looking to wash, rinse and repeat as they sought to hand the Golden State Warriors another defeat at ScotiaBank Arena! The Warriors, who were still without Kevin Durant inserted a new lineup during this series with DeMarcus Cousins, who have missed the last 45 days due to a torn quad, started the game and both teams kind of started off slow and finished the 1st frame scoring under 30 with the Raptors leading 27 – 26. The Raptors turned up the heat a little in the 2nd as Boogie Cousins made a contribution of 7 points in said quarter and he finished the game with a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds with 6 assists to boot as he outplayed the front court of Marc Gasol and Serge Ibaka, but Raptors went into the half leading 59 – 54. In addition to being down at the half points wise, the Warriors will be down a player as Kevon Looney suffered a collar bone injury and would not return. However, the Warriors went bonkers, and befuddled and bamboozled, Alliteration, I Love It, the Raptors  in the 3rd and ran off an 18 – 0 run in the first 5:30 of the period that was spearheaded by a stifling defense, sensational three pointers and stellar passing and after the dust had settled, the Raptors Danny Green stated “it felt like we forgot how to play basketball for a second” and the Warriors took a commanding 72 – 59 lead with 6:35 ticks left in the 3rd and would maintain an 88 – 80 lead going into the fourth. 

Andre Igoudala nailed the go ahead
three pointer
The Warriors were forced to continue the fourth without their leading scorer of the game as Klay Thompson, who finished with 25 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists, went down with a hamstring injury and would not return and is scheduled for an MRI later today. From 5:18 to 26.9 seconds left in the game, the Raptors went on a run, 10 – 0 and would only be down by two as they trapped Steph Curry, who finished with 23 points and three steals, who passed out of the trap to Shaun Livingston, who when then passed to Andre Igoudala, 2015 Finals MVP, and he casually, calmly and coolly, Alliteration, I Told You I Love It, drained a 27 foot three that would ultimately seal the deal as they steal home court advantage with the 109 – 104 win and set an NBA record with at least one road win in 23 consecutive playoff series.

2019 NBA Finals 
For your Finals Stat News, after shooting 50.6% in Game 1 of the The Finals, the Warriors held the Raptors to 37.2% in last night’s game, in Game 1, the Warriors had 29 assists and the Raptors 24, but in Game 2, the Warriors dished out 34 dimes to only 17 for the Raptors and finally, the trio of Pascal Siakim, Marc Gasol and Danny Green, combined for 63 points in Game 1, but only mustered 26 in Game 2.
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