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One year ago, June 5, 2019, the Toronto Raptors retook control of the NBA Finals.
The series had shifted to Oakland after Golden State had tied it at 1-1 with a comeback victory at Toronto to avoid falling into a big hole.
Stephen Curry scored 47 points — 11 more than any other player managed in any one game in the Finals — but most of his teammates struggled and Golden State was without Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant.
The Raptors had little trouble scoring, with each starter shooting at least 50% from the field. Kawhi Leonard scored 30 points, Kyle Lowry and Pascal Siakam added 18 each and the team hit 17 three-pointers.
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