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Cookies and Privacy. Email required Password required Remember me? Email required Get our weekly newsletters. At No. Hear me out. Cousins' ranking has more to do with the fact that he's been out for more than a month with a torn quadriceps muscle and when, or if, he comes back has yet to be determined.
After missing all but one game plus a few minutes in these playoffs, it's unlikely Boogie will see heavy minutes if he comes back. But if he's healthy, it'll be up to Gasol and Ibaka to make sure he doesn't punish the Raptors on the inside. The outcome of The Finals could very well rest on how healthy Iguodala is and whether or not he's able to slow down Leonard while also giving the Warriors something on the offensive end. The veteran point guard has been through a lot in his Raptors career and finally helped get them over the hump. Despite his injured left hand, Lowry punished the Bucks during the Eastern Conference finals, averaging Toronto will rely on the veteran guard's ability to be physical with Steph Curry on defense while also making the Warriors star work on the other end of the floor.
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Keep an eye on Lowry early on in the series. The year-old looked afraid during the Raptors' Game 7 win over the Philadelphia 76ers and missed some key free throws down the stretch in Game 3 against the Bucks. Siakam is a talented two-way player, but it's unknown if the bright lights of his first NBA Finals will be too much for him. If Siakam shrinks from the moment, it could be curtains early for Toronto.
Green took his play to another level during the Western Conference finals against the Portland Trail Blazers. The three-time All-Star did it all against the Blazers and has been unleashed with Kevin Durant out with an injury. Green's ability to push the pace and create good shots for his teammates is an underrated part of his greatness. The Michigan State product's ability to disrupt the Raptors' offense and dictate the tempo of the game will be a key for the Warriors to take home their third straight title.
More importantly for the Warriors, Thompson tends to shine when the lights are brightest.
He took Damian Lillard out of the Western Conference finals with his phenomenal defense and hit numerous big shots to swing the momentum during the Warriors' comebacks in Games 2, 3 and 4. If Thompson is locked in, the Warriors are almost impossible to beat. The difference between the final three players is so minuscule they should probably be labeled 1a.
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