Almost everything has gone right for the Toronto Raptors in the NBA Finals.
Save for a porous third quarter in Game 2, the Raptors have dominated the Warriors, causing the two-time defending champions to look helpless in their pursuit of their third straight title.
On Friday night, Kawhi Leonard and the Raptors struck another blow to the once seemingly invincible Warriors. Toronto withstood an early first-quarter run and trailed by just four at halftime. Then, the Raptors took over in the third quarter, outscoring the Warriors 37-21, before cruising to a 105-92 win and a three-games-to-one series lead.
After the win, the Raptors dunked on the Warriors one final time in the Bay Area before heading back to Toronto, posting a "Full-House" mashup tweet with the caption "successful business trip to the Bay Area #WeTheNorth."
Through four games, the Warriors have had little answers for the Raptors on either end of the court.
On Monday night, the Raptors will have a chance to win their first title in franchise history, while Leonard -- the star who broke up LeBron James' Heatles with a 2014 NBA Finals win -- has a chance to add another pelt to his wall.