The Toronto Raptors have taken a 2-1 series lead over the Golden State Warriors in the 2019 NBA Finals after a 123-109 victory in Game 3 Wednesday night.
Friday night, the two teams square off in a pivotal Game 4. Looking to watch the game? Here's everything you need to know:
When is Raptors at Warriors Game 4?
Game 4 of the 2019 NBA Finals will take place on Friday, June 7 at 9:00 p.m. ET in Oakland, CA. The remainder of the Finals schedule is as follows:
Game 1: Toronto 118, Golden State 109, Toronto leads 1-0
Game 2: Golden State 109, Toronto 104, Series tied 1-1
Game 3: Toronto 123, Golden State 109, Toronto leads 2-1
Game 4: Fri, June 7, Toronto at Golden State 9:00 p.m. ET
Game 5: Mon, June 10, Golden State at Toronto 9:00 p.m. ET
Game 6: Thur, June 13, Toronto at Golden State 9:00 p.m. ET (if necessary)
Game 7: Sun, June 16, Golden State at Toronto 8:00 p.m. ET (if necessary)
What time does Raptors at Warriors Game 4 begin?
Opening tip of Game 4 of the NBA Finals will be shortly after 9:00 p.m. ET on Friday, June 7 at Oracle Arena.
What TV Channel is Raptors at Warriors Game 4 on?
Game 4 and all games of the 2019 NBA Finals will be broadcast on ABC.
How to stream Warriors at Raptors Game 4
The NBA Finals can also be streamed online at ESPN.com or on a mobile device via the ESPN app.
How to listen to Raptors at Warriors Game 4 on the radio?
You can listen to Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the Raptors and Warriors in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area on ESPN 980 AM.
Warriors at Raptors Game 4 Betting Odds:
The Warriors (-5) are favorites to win Game 4 of the 2019 NBA Finals, according to Odds Shark.
What to Watch For in Game 4 of the NBA Finals:
Will the Warriors get their big names back?
Golden State played severely shorthanded in Game 3, both Klay Thompson (hamstring) and Kevin Durant (calf) missing out. Golden State assuredly needs at least one of them back soon if they have any hope of winning their third straight NBA title.
Can Steph Curry keep this up?
Curry carried the Warriors on his back all night in Game 3, dropping 47 points on 14-31 shooting from the floor in the loss. It didn't prove to be a winning formula for Golden State Wednesday night, but Curry can at least keep them competitive if he plays like this. And as mentioned above, help may be on the way.
Will Kawhi Leonard's supporting cast stay hot?
Leonard put in a superstar performance in Toronto's Game 3 win, scoring 30 points, grabbing seven rebounds, and dishing out six assists. But he got plenty of help from his friends, the other four Raptors starters all finishing in double figures, while Fred VanVleet chipped in with 11 points off the bench. A balanced attack night in and night out is exactly what Toronto needs to dethrone the Warriors.
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