NBA Finals Game 3: The Toronto Raptors re-claimed the home-court advantage

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The Toronto Raptors dominated the Golden State Warriors in Oakland (109-123) and took back the home-court advantage in the NBA Finals (2-1).

The visitors were in front from start to finish and never looked back. Playing excellent on both ends, they led by as many as 17 points (94-111) and cruised to an easy victory in Bay Area.

Six players scored in double figures for the winners, with Kawhi Leonard having a team-high 30 points.

Stephen Curry posted a play-off career-high 47 points (14/31 shooting, eight rebounds, seven assists), but could not give his team the win in Game 3.

Game 4 will be played in the Oracle Arena on Friday (07/06).