Damian Lillard denies saying Warriors are 'due' to be beaten in playoffs

Damian Lillard denies saying Warriors are 'due' to be beaten in playoffs

In Philadelphia's 112-101 Game 6 victory, the 76ers were an incredible plus-40 with Embiid on the court.

TSN had a then-record average audience of 1.8 million for a Raptors playoff game in 2016 as Toronto beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in a third-round contest. "I got some loft on it and it made the ball bounce soft and it ended up going in". "My job is to stay aggressive, keep doing what I do, and tonight, shots fell".

"It's basically a game where only one team is going to make it out", he said.

The Raptors advance to the National Basketball Association final four where they will play the top-seeded Milwaukee Bucks in game one of their series on Wednesday. He has been out of the rotation for some time, but when called upon in Game 6, Bell was solid in 11 minutes of action. Or will the Raptors find a way to win games at the Fiserv Forum, something few teams have done this season, and steal a trip to the NBA Finals?

"We had a body of work where we were the best shooting team in the league, from the Marc Gasol trade on, so it's not like I'm pie-in-the-skying it here".

Butler also had six rebounds and Embiid finished with 17 points and 12 rebounds for the Sixers, who kept their season alive by squaring the best-of-seven Eastern Conference second round series at 3-3.

Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant will not play in at least Game 1 of the Western Conference finals against the Portland Trail Blazers because of a strained right calf.

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The Blazers were down 39-22 in the midway through second quarter, but did not quit and came back.

For the Warriors on defense, the coaching staff will do everything in their power to stop Curry from getting into foul trouble, which most likely means that Klay and Iguodala will be the primary defenders on Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum.

Evan Turner, who scored just four points in the first six games of the series, added 14 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter. Now, the Eastern Conference Finals matchup headlined by Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kawhi Leonard is set to take center stage. "They're due", to a Nuggets ball boy, apparently regarding the prospect of beating the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals.

Lillard still had a respectable night, finishing with 13 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists, but the Blazers needed every single point they got from McCollum and he was there to deliver. "It was a blessing to be able to get to that point and make that shot and feel that moment". "I think we don't want to lose more than we like to win - which is weird", Jokic said after Sunday's win. "We'll go back home, regroup like we did for San Antonio, come back with energy and just be ready to play".

"And hitting threes, he kinda looked like me in the corner one time". "No nerves, I just felt something different the first game of the playoffs because it was something different", Jokic said when asked about any nerves he faced before his first Game 7. Jamal Murray had nine points to lead the way for Denver early. Zach Collins added 14 points and was +15 in 28:44 of action.

"For him to be as emotional and upset as he was speaks to his caring", Malone said. What's more, consensus bets also reveal the Blazers are the public's bet to win straight up with 57% banking on the outright upset.

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