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T.J. WarrenJun 20 05:40pm

The Phoenix Suns have traded T.J. Warren and the 32nd pick in this year's NBA Draft to the Indiana Pacers in exchange for cash considerations. In Warren, the Pacers add a young player who averaged 18 points per game last year while shooting 42.8 percent on 4.2 three-point attempts per game. Warren can be a solid role player for the Pacers, and with rumors swirling that Bojan Bogdanovic might not be back in a Pacers uniform next year, Warren can slide into the starting lineup if necessary to provide the team with a solid wing option. His fantasy value should be on the rise, as he's now looking at a solid role on a good team instead of an uncertain role on a Suns team that seems to be in flux right now.
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Grayson AllenJun 19 03:40pm

The Memphis Grizzlies have finally traded their long-time point guard, Mike Conley, sending him to Utah in exchange for Grayson Allen, Jae Crowder, Kyle Korver, and a pair of first round picks. Allen is the big headliner of the deal for the Grizzlies, as the other two players are likely to play smaller roles or, in Korver's case, possibly no role in Memphis. But Allen, a first round pick last year, was a strong college player at Duke, and while he struggled from deep last year, shooting just 32.3 percent from three on 2.6 attempts per game, he was a strong shooter coming into the league. Memphis will hope he regains that, and as the team enters a full rebuild, Allen should get plenty of run off the bench to prove it. He's a rising fantasy option, though that's mostly because he had virtually no value on a Jazz team that was looking to win now.
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Mike ConleyJun 19 03:30pm

On Wednesday, the Utah Jazz acquired point guard Mike Conley from the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for Grayson Allen, Jae Crowder, Kyle Korver, and a pair of first round draft picks. While Conley's never made an All-Star team, he's been an excellent point guard for Memphis for years and is coming off a 2018-19 season in which averaged a career-high 21.1 points per game for the Grizzlies while adding in 6.4 assists, 1.3 steals, and 3.4 rebounds. Conley will slide into the starting role occupied by Ricky Rubio last year, and while his scoring could take a step back as he won't need to be the primary scoring option on a team that has Donovan Mitchell, the Jazz are set up great for Conley to put up his best season in terms of assists. Less need to be the team's main scorer can also allow Conley to refocus on defense and gives him the potential to get his steals average back up around two per game. All in all, Conley's in a good spot, even if his scoring drops by a few points per game back to the high teens.
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Brandon IngramJun 18 09:00am

The New Orleans Pelicans agreed to a deal which nets them forward Brandon Ingram, guard Lonzo Ball and swingman Josh Hart, as well as three first-round draft picks, while the Los Angeles Lakers nab power forward/center Anthony Davis. One of the picks the Pels receive will be the No. 4 overall selection in the 2019 NBA Draft, too. Ingram (arm) had thoracic outlet decompression surgery on his right arm in March, and the timetable called for a recovery in the neighborhood of June or July. In his final six games of the regular season he rolled up 27.8 points per game while snagging 7.5 boards per contest. If he can manage that type of production in the Crescent City over a much larger span, watch out. The Lakers might regret letting him get away. He is a budding fantasy superstar as long as he can stay healthy.
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Josh HartJun 18 09:00am

The Los Angeles Lakers agreed to trade swingman Josh Hart, forward Brandon Ingram and guard Lonzo Ball, as well as three first-round draft picks, to the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday in exchange for power forward/center Anthony Davis. The Pelicans made quite the haul here. Hart (knee) is coming off of surgery in March for a torn right patellar tendon, and he joins a rather crowded backcourt in NOLA with Ball, Jrue Holiday and E'Twaun Moore on the roster for now. The Pelicans might not be done molding their roster, but as it stands right now, Hart's fantasy outlook might actually be a little worse than it was in L.A.
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Lonzo BallJun 18 09:00am

The Los Angeles Lakers agreed to trade guard Lonzo Ball, forward Brandon Ingram and swingman Josh Hart along with three first-round draft picks to the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday in exchange for superstar power forward/center Anthony Davis. The Pelicans did well to acquire Ball, the No. 2 overall selection in the 2017 NBA Draft, as well as the No. 4 overall pick in the upcoming draft, and two more first-rounders. The Lakers will likely be glad to be rid of the baggage that is Lonzo's dad, LaVar Ball, but they are still losing a potential superstar in his own right if he develops as many expect. Ball spent a good chunk of the 2018-19 season on the injured list, but when he was healthy he was good for 9.9 points, 5.4 assists, 5.3 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game. He'll be one of the primary scoring options in New Orleans, and therefore his fantasy outlook for the new season is quite bright.
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Anthony DavisJun 18 09:00am

The New Orleans Pelicans have agreed to trade power forward/center Anthony Davis to the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday in exchange for swingman Lonzo Ball, forward Brandon Ingram and guard Josh Hart, as well as three first-round picks, including the No. 4 overall selection in the 2019 NBA Draft, according to sources. Davis gets his wish and will now play in La La Land next to aging, but still potent, superstar LeBron James. Will it be a match made in heaven? We'll see. But Davis might be rejuvenated playing for what he and Laker Nation hope will be a powerhouse for years to come. He remains a first-round fantasy talent regardless of the jersey he is wearing as long as he can stay healthy.
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Kawhi LeonardJun 14 06:10am

Toronto Raptors shooting guard/small forward Kawhi Leonard took home the Finals MVP in the 114-110 series-ending win over the Warriors on Thursday. Leonard recorded 22 points and added six rebounds with three assists and two steals with a block in 41 minutes of action. Leonard put up a legendary performance this postseason and hushed up any doubters after a bizarre season last year with the Spurs. The Raptors are hoping to retain their franchise cornerstone for next season, but either way, what we saw this offseason was truly remarkable from the Claw. In the words of Mark Jackson, "Mama, there goes that man!"
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Kyle LowryJun 14 06:00am

Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry came out on fire on Thursday recording eight points in the game's first three possessions for his club and finished the night with a huge line to secure the NBA Championship. Lowry finished the night with 26 points and added 10 assists with seven rebounds and three steals across 42 minutes of action. Lowry bounced back after a couple of rough games and hushed any doubters after averaging a solid 16.2 points, 7.2 assists and 4.0 rebounds over the entire series. Lowry is on the books for next season and the 33-year-old will look to continue filling up box scores.
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Serge IbakaJun 14 05:50am

Toronto Raptors power forward/center Serge Ibaka pumped in 15 points to help secure his club's first NBA title on Thursday. Ibaka brought the energy once again off the bench and the veteran averaged 16.7 points on a sizzling 67% shooting over the series' final three games. Marc Gasol struggled offensively in this one going 0-for-5 from the floor for three points but added nine rebounds. Ibaka is locked in for next season with the Raptors and depending on what happens with Marc Gasol, Ibaka again should be mid to late-round player in most formats next season.
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Fred VanVleetJun 14 05:50am

Toronto Raptors guard Fred Vanvleet poured in 22 points and provided elite defense throughout the night on Stephen Curry to help secure the Raptors' first NBA Championship. VanVleet stepped things up massively since Game 4 versus the Bucks as he averaged 14.7 points over the last nine games and was a major difference maker in these finals. VanVleet could see an even larger role if the Raptors do not resign Danny Green for next season. Keep an eye on the Raptors this offseason as there are many question marks regarding their roster.
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Pascal SiakamJun 14 05:40am

Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam came out firing in Game 6 when he connected on two triples in the game's first four minutes and finished the night with 26 points. Siakam finished the with a double-double as he added 10 rebounds with three assists and a steal with a block in 46 minutes of action. Siakam came into the game missing 12 threes in a row but showed much more confidence on his catch-and-shoot threes in this one. Siakam was a fantasy stud this season and depending what happens with Kawhi Leonard this offseason, we could Siakam as a top-30 player next season.
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Stephen CurryJun 14 05:30am

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry provided just 21 points on a rough 6-for-17 shooting in the Game 6 loss to the Raptors in his club's last game at the Oracle on Thursday. Curry came into the game averaging 32.4 points in the series' first five games, but the Raptors did all they could to force the sniper into tough shots. The Raptors went back to the box-and-one defense after the Warriors lost Klay Thompson (knee) for the night. With a lot of questions surrounding the Warriors this offseason, and some players looking to miss large chunks of next season, Curry has been catapulted to a top-3 player in next year's drafts.
Source: RTSports

Draymond GreenJun 14 05:20am

Golden State Warriors power forward/center Draymond Green did all he could on Thursday with his shorthanded club to try and get the win, but it was not enough in the 114-110 loss. Green provided a monster triple-double with 19 rebounds, 11 points and 13 assists with three steals and two blocks. Green struggled on the offensive end for most of this series but this valiant effort will not go unnoticed on this night. If the Warriors lose a superstar or two this offseason, we can easily see Green going back to his top-25 fantasy player status as he regularly filled up box scores with his injury-plagued club this postseason.
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DeMarcus CousinsJun 14 05:20am

Golden State Warriors center DeMarcus Cousins provided a solid lift off the bench in Game 6 on Thursday when he scored 12 points and added five rebounds across 19 minutes of action. The Warriors opted to go with Kevon Looney as the team's starter in the middle, but Cousins came out aggressively and provided some buckets in crucial moments. The Warriors even opted to a zone defense on some possessions in order to hide Cousins more on the defensive end. It will be an interesting offseason for Cousins who was coming off one serious injury and then injured his quad this postseason.
Source: RTSports

Andre IguodalaJun 14 05:20am

Golden State Warriors shooting guard/small forward Andre Iguodala was given the opportunity and he took full advantage of it on Thursday in Game 6 versus the Raptors. Iguodala scored 22 points with two boards and added two assists with a block across 32 minutes of action. Iggy had provided just eight points in the previous two games and he stepped things up after Klay Thompson (knee) left the game for good in the third quarter. He is now 35 and is on the books for next season, but we can expect Iggy to once again have restrictions in hopes on conversing himself for the 2019-20 postseason.
Source: RTSports

Klay ThompsonJun 14 05:10am

Golden State Warriors shooting guard/small forward Klay Thompson was putting forth a heroic effort in Game 6 before injuring his knee. Thompson landed awkwardly on his left knee and started exiting to the locker room before returning to shoot his free throws to leave the door open for a possible return. It was later revealed that he would not return to action after scoring 30 points across 32 minutes. Thompson had a massive series and it was a major blow to his club losing him in the series' most crucial game. It was later revealed that he indeed tore his ACL and we wish him a speedy recovery in hopes of a return at some point next season.
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Stephen CurryJun 11 06:00am

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry scored 23 of his 31 points in the opening half to help secure the Game 5 win over the Raptors in Toronto on Monday. Curry connected on 10 of 23 shooting from the floor and added eight boards with seven assists and five makes from three. Curry and backcourt teammate Klay Thompson led the charge after Kevin Durant (Achilles) exited the game and will once again be the lead players in Game 6 with the series on the line. Expect another monster night from Curry on Thursday, making him a must play.
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Draymond GreenJun 11 05:50am

Golden State Warriors power forward/center Draymond Green once again filled up the stat sheet and just missed out on a triple-double in 41 minutes of action on Monday. Green scored 10 points with 10 rebounds and handed out eight dimes with a steal and a block. The Raptors dared him to shoot from downtown and Green made them pay as he nailed two of four from range. Green lost his cool on a couple of occasions in this emotional game and he picked up his sixth technical foul of the postseason, with one more leading to automatic one-game suspension. Green has been solid this postseason and is always a welcome addition to any lineup in DFS.
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Kevin DurantJun 11 05:50am

Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant (Achilles) made a heroic return to action on Monday after missing nine postseason games, only to exit the game with an Achilles injury in the second quarter. In the emotional game, Durant came out on fire, scoring 11 points in the opening frame before the injury occurred. The Warriors sadly believe that he has torn his Achilles and the official results will be released on Tuesday after an MRI. If it is indeed a tear, we can expect the superstar to miss most of the 2019-20 campaign. Stay posted on Tuesday for updates and we wish the best for KD and his recovery.
Source: RTSports

Klay ThompsonJun 11 05:50am

Golden State Warriors shooting guard/small forward Klay Thompson nailed seven triples with one coming in crunch time to help secure the one-point win over the Raptors in Game 5. Thompson finished the night with 26 points and added six rebounds with four assists and a steal in 42 minutes of action. Thompson nailed a massive three with 57 seconds left on the clock to snap a 103-103 tie and it would later be the winning basket. Thompson has been an under-the-radar star this series and there are no signs of him slowing down for Game 6.
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Kyle LowryJun 11 05:30am

Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry provided a solid line and made some big plays on Monday, but it was not enough in the 106-105 loss to the Warriors in Game 5. Lowry scored 18 points while handing out six assists with four rebounds and blocked two shots with a single steal in 42 minutes. The Warriors again struggled with guarding the high pick and roll with Lowry being the ball handler and he made them pay as he was able to get two feet in the paint that led to floaters for Lowry or open looks for teammates. Lowry is confident and focused right now and we can expect another big night from the veteran in Game 6.
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Kawhi LeonardJun 11 05:30am

Toronto Raptors shooting guard/small forward Kawhi Leonard struggled early on but came up big in the fourth quarter, but it was not enough in the one-point loss to the Warriors. Leonard started the game just 5-for-18 from the floor, but then put up 10 points with a monster block during a two-minute span that got the Raptors the lead. He finished the night with 26 points on 9-for-24 shooting and surprisingly had five turnovers after having zero in Game 4. Leonard is a must play on Thursday as he will be ready to close out this series rather than coming back to Toronto for a Game 7.
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Fred VanVleetJun 11 05:20am

Toronto Raptors guard Fred Vanvleet got back into the double-digit scoring column on Tuesday when he connected on 3-for-7 shooting to score 11 points in the one-point Game 5 loss to the Warriors. VanVleet did not add much else as he grabbed two rebounds with an assist across 27 minutes of action. VanVleet's solid defense on Stephen Curry was again evident and he again was aggressive with hitting shots from downtown as all three of makes came from range. VanVleet has been as solid as they come off the bench for the Raptors this series and we can assume this will continue in Game 6.
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Marc GasolJun 11 05:20am

Toronto Raptors center Marc Gasol was aggressive early on as the Warriors reverted back to a small-ball lineup to start the game with Kevin Durant back in the lineup. Gasol went to work in the interior as he scored the Raptors' first six points en route to 17 total points with eight rebounds and he did it on just 4-for-6 shooting from the floor while nailing seven of eight at the line. Serge Ibaka also provided excellent energy from the bench as he scored 15 points with six rebounds, yet this was the first time this postseason that Ibaka scored in double digits and the Raps did not win.
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Kevin DurantJun 10 07:00pm

Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant (calf) is expected to be able to suit up for Monday's Game 5 versus the Toronto Raptors. He was able to get through parts of shootaround, but left early to get treatment. Durant has been sidelined about a month after suffering a calf injury during the playoffs. Durant is a game-time decision for Game 5, so more information probably won't be announced until closer to tip-off.
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Kyle LowryJun 8 05:30am

Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry managed to make just three of his 12 shots en route to 10 points while chipping in seven assists across 37 minutes of action on Friday. Lowry added two boards with three steals and he missed all four attempts from three on this night. Danny Green along with Lowry combined for just four of 20 shooting from the floor in this one. Lowry is a tough play right now as his value is not measured on the score sheet. Lowry will need to step things up in Game 5 if the Raps want to close out this series north of the border.
Source: RTSports

Kawhi LeonardJun 8 05:30am

Toronto Raptors shooting guard/small forward Kawhi Leonard once again led the charge on Friday to help his squad be one win away from their first-ever NBA Championship. Leonard was efficient once again as he nailed 11 of 22 shots from the floor and made all nine of his attempts at the line while adding 12 rebounds with four steals and a block. Leonard had 14 of his club's 17 points in the opening frame and scored 17 points in the third quarter. He now has 14 games this postseason with 30-plus points and if the Raptors can pull of this series' win, we can easily see him hoisting another Finals' MVP trophy.
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Pascal SiakamJun 8 05:20am

Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam scored 19 points on 6-for-14 shooting in the 105-92 Game 4 win over the Warriors in Oakland. Siakam struggled for much of the first half but made some big shots down the stretch in the fourth quarter to help seal the deal. He did not provide much else with just five rebounds and a block and without these larger supporting numbers, he may be looked past in Game 5. Either way, we know the young Cameroonian will come out active in Game 5 with the Raptors having a chance to win their first NBA Championship.
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Serge IbakaJun 8 05:10am

Toronto Raptors power forward/center Serge Ibaka came out aggressively in the second quarter when he scored eight of his 20 points in the Game 4 win over the Warriors. Ibaka was active on the defensive again once again as he had two blocks with four rebounds and the Warriors had no answer for the high pick and screen/pop with Ibaka setting the screen. Marc Gasol was also solid as he scored nine points with seven rebounds and three assists. The Warriors are lacking depth in the middle with the Raptors big men getting their way, so we can expect some adjustments from Golden State in Game 5.
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Fred VanVleetJun 8 05:10am

Toronto Raptors guard Fred Vanvleet got clocked in the head by Shaun Livingston as he was coming down after a lay-up attempt that caused VanVleet to receive cut under his eye and to lose a tooth. VanVleet immediately went to the locker room and received seven stitches and he passed the concussion protocol before returning to the bench but did not return to the court. VanVleet was once again putting together another solid line as he finished the night with eight points, four rebounds and six assists across 29 minutes of action. We can assume he will be fine for Game 5, again making him worth a look with his friendly price tag.
Source: RTSports

Stephen CurryJun 8 05:00am

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry cooled off after his monster 47-point Game 3 to score just 27 points on nine of 22 shooting. Curry had trouble getting clean looks as the Raptors once again threw double teams and the box-and-one at Curry when Thompson was not on the floor. He also managed to add six assists with four rebounds and a steal but made just two triples with the first one not being until early on in the third quarter. The Warriors are in trouble and whether or not Kevin Durant (calf) returns in Game 5, we can expect Curry to come out aggressive, making him worth a serious look in your lineups.
Source: RTSports

Klay ThompsonJun 8 05:00am

Golden State Warriors shooting guard/small forward Klay Thompson returned to the lineup after a one-game absence and recorded 28 points in the 105-92 loss. Thompson was efficient as he nailed 11 of 18 shots from the floor with six triples and added three boards with two assists as he did not look to have many issues with the hamstring. Thompson also played many minutes on Kawhi Leonard on the defensive end which was a positive for the Warriors. We can assume Thompson will not have any limitations in Game 5 and we can expect him coming out firing with the series on the line.
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Draymond GreenJun 8 04:50am

Golden State Warriors power forward/center Draymond Green flirted with a triple-double but missed out by a single rebound in the Game 4 loss to the Raptors in Oakland. Green scored 12 points on 3-for-6 shooting and dished out 12 assists with nine rebounds while adding a steal with two blocks. Green was a starter's worst minus-13 and committed five turnovers while not being so aggressive on the offensive end by attempting just six shots. The Warriors will need much more offensively out of the Green in Game 5 if they plan on forcing a Game 6.
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Kevon LooneyJun 8 04:50am

Golden State Warriors power forward/center Kevon Looney returned to the lineup on Friday and played 20 minutes in the 13-point loss to the Raptors in Game 4. Looney provided a solid punch in the first half when he scored eight of his 10 points and added six rebounds with an assist on the night. Looney was the Warriors' best big man in this one with DeMarcus Cousins scoring just six points in a sluggish 15 minutes of action and Andrew Bogut going scoreless across 11 minutes of action. We could easily see Looney getting inserted into the starting unit for Game 5, either way, he is worth a look for your lineups.
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Kevon LooneyJun 6 07:10pm

Golden State Warriors center Kevon Looney (collarbone) was originally ruled out for the rest of the Finals, but that might not be the case anymore. Looney was diagnosed with a fracture in his collarbone, but the medical staff thinks Looney could return this series. It's safe to assume he'll sit out of Friday's Game 4. DeMarcus Cousins, Jordan Bell, and Andrew Bogut will see increased minutes without Looney.
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Klay ThompsonJun 6 07:10pm

Golden State Warriors guard/forward Klay Thompson (hamstring) is expected to return for Game 4 of the NBA Finals versus the Toronto Raptors. Thompson missed Game 3, but it would be surprising to see him sit out once again. Head coach Steve Kerr expects Thompson to get out there for Friday's contest. Kevin Durant (calf) remains out, so getting back Thompson is huge for the Warriors.
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Kevin DurantJun 6 07:10pm

Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant (calf) has been ruled out for Game 4 against the Toronto Raptors. Durant has not played in this series and has yet to participate in full-contact practice. It's unclear whether or not Durant will even play in the NBA Finals. It doesn't appear he's making much progress, but we'll see what happens over the next few days.
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Taurean PrinceJun 6 07:00pm

Atlanta Hawks forward Taurean Prince has been traded to the Brooklyn Nets in exchange for guard Allen Crabbe and multiple draft picks. The Nets save roughly $15 million by trading Crabbe away. That gives them more cap space for pursuing free agents this summer. The Hawks will receive the No. 17 pick in the 2019 draft and a protected first-rounder in 2020. This move isn't going to help Crabbe's fantasy value much. Prince should be better off in a new system, but it depends on who the Nets acquire over the summer.
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Kawhi LeonardJun 6 04:50am

Toronto Raptors shooting guard/small forward Kawhi Leonard provided another superstar line to help propel his club to a series 2-1 lead over the Warriors. Leonard scored 30 points on 9-for-17 from the floor and added seven boards with six assists and two steals with two blocks for another full line. This was Leonard's best shooting night since Game 2 against the Bucks and he still does not look 100% himself as he often came up wincing after getting knocked to the floor after some attacks at the basket. Leonard is leaving it all on the floor and we can expect him to continue his stellar play in Game 4.
Source: RTSports