NBA Finals Schedule Tonight: Raptors vs. Warriors Game 5 Live Stream, TV Channel, Score and Latest Odds

The Toronto Raptors play their first title matchpoint when they host the Golden State Warriors in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Monday.

After back-to-back wins on the road in Oakland, California, the Raptors lead the series 3-1 and are one game away from a historic first NBA title.

Toronto beat Golden State at its own game in Game 4 on Friday night, hanging on for the first two quarters before blowing the defending champions away in the third period.

Kawhi Leonard was again a dominant force for the Raptors, finishing with 34 points, 12 rebounds and four steals as Toronto became only the second team since Cleveland in 2016 to win two NBA Finals games at the Oracle Arena.

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Kevin Durant could be available to play for the first time since May 8 but not even the return of the two-time reigning NBA Finals MVP might be enough for the Warriors.

Bar the decisive period in Game 2, Golden State has looked second best all series and travels to Canada facing more questions than it ever has over the last five years.

Here's everything you need to know about the fourth game of the series.

Kawhi Leonard, Toronto Raptors
Kawhi Leonard #2 of the Toronto Raptors handles the ball on offense against the Golden State Warriors in the second half during Game Four of the 2019 NBA Finals at ORACLE Arena on June 7 in Oakland, California. Getty/Ezra Shaw

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When and where is Game 5?

The fifth game of the NBA Finals tips off at 9 p.m. ET on Monday, June 10, at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.

The series could be back in California for the eventual Game 6 on Thursday, June 14.

TV channel

As has been the case since 2003, ABC exclusively broadcasts every game of the NBA Finals. Its broadcast team for this year is Jeff Van Gundy and Mark Jackson. Meanwhile, ESPN's NBA Countdown crew will consist of Michelle Beadle, Jalen Rose, Paul Pierce and Stan Van Gundy.

In Canada, coverage of the series is split between Sportsnet One and The Sports Network. The former will broadcast Game 5 on Monday.

Live stream

A live stream of Game 5 will be available on Watch ESPN, both on desktop and via the mobile app, as well as fuboTV.


According to data compiled by Oddshark, the Raptors are 1.5-point favorites going into Game 5, while the over/under bar is set at 214.

Toronto was a 1.5-point favorite in both games it has played at home in the series, winning one and losing the other. Meanwhile, Golden State was a 5.5-point favorite in the two games it played on home court but lost both.

Team news

The good news for the Warriors is that Kevin Durant could finally make his comeback. The bad news is that it might be a case of too little too late. The 30-year-old has practiced with his teammates for the first time since suffering a right calf strain on May 8 and has been listed as questionable for Game 5.

Durant's absence has been one of the main narratives of the Finals so far. Going into the series, the Warriors were 31-1 in games in which Stephen Curry had played and Durant had not but have now lost three in four.

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