Due to the complexity of entering and exiting Canada during the pandemic, the two centers left without compensation and were forced to relocate to Tampa. The two teams eliminated nearly half of the coronavirus for a long time. This is only part of the reason for the Toronto Raptors. A team that has long belonged to the Eastern NBA League, has performed incredible this season.
Throughout March, the 2019 champion won only one of 14 games. In the 26-year history, they only ended this month’s competition with only one victory three times.
But that’s why they performed well at the beginning of April, beating the most powerful team of the past decade with the most convincing victory in club history and winning their only championship.
The Raptors disbanded the Golden State Warriors 130:77, scoring a maximum of 53 points, and in the third quarter, they scored more than 61 points. This is the biggest advantage any team has gained this season, and they are moving forward. To the NBA record. The biggest difference in NBA history is that Cleveland scored 68 points in a 148-80 victory over Miami in 1991.
The strangest thing is that the Raptors did not beat their opponents in the entire game, but only in the first two quarters of the center, they scored 51 points higher than the Warriors (81-30).
The Warriors can find part of the reason without their idols Stephen Curry and Draymond Green who recovered from minor injuries, but the Raptors also don’t have their legend Kyle Lowry.
The frustrated Canadian was led by Pascal Siakam by 36 points on his 27th birthday, while Gary Trent, who arrived from Portland on the last day of the player exchange deadline, scored 24, but an incredible +54 statistic of +/- 54 times when Toronto is on the court. Since the first season of the 1995/1996 NBA Raptors, this data has remained the same, which is the second best performance since then. Only Luc Mbah A Moute is better with +57.
Ander Wiggins (15) scored the highest score for the Warriors.
The Raptors ranked 11th in the Eastern Conference with a ratio of 19:30, and ranked first in the final game of the playoffs. The Warriors ranked tenth in the Western Conference 23-26.