"Do I like him as a Raptors fan?"
That's what Kerr does.
The first NBA Finals game outside the US was a party 24 years in the making. Hearing the crowd sing along to O Canada, it was lovely. "Everything in between. So nothing is going to catch these guys off guard".
"It wasn't really a scuffle because I didn't hit him and he didn't hit me, or I didn't push him or he didn't push me", Green said of the incident.
Steve Kerr is a big fan of Toronto.
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"I love it because the one thing we must do in this series is go for it, and that [game] showed no hesitancy, our confidence, and our willingness to just kind of go for it", said Raptors coach Nick Nurse. "They were so excited to have the National Basketball Association, so maybe that's what you're referring to in terms of the first real feeling of being part of the league, upsetting the Bulls, all that stuff".
Meanwhile, Kerr and the Warriors are experiencing something new: staring at a 1-0 deficit in the NBA Finals.
Golden State will not practice on Friday, setting it up potentially for Durant to join Saturday's session before Game 2 on Sunday. We know that after a win, the team that gets beat gets really determined. This is the first time, however, the two-time defending champions have opened the Finals with a loss under his watch. "We're used to playing on the road - hostile environments - all that".
"But I think that's an absolute bright line that we have to draw", Silver explained.
But it wasn't until they went out and got Leonard in a trade with San Antonio that Toronto was finally good enough to get to the NBA Finals.
As for Durant, Kerr said he already has been ruled out for Game 2.