NBA Finals Schedule Tonight: Raptors vs. Warriors Game 3 Live Stream, TV Channel, Score and Latest Odds

After two games in Canada, the 2019 NBA Finals move back to the U.S. and into the familiar surroundings of Oakland, California.

The series is evenly poised as it returns south of the border, with the Toronto Raptors and the Golden State Warriors sharing the first two opening games. The Raptors took Game 1, before the defending champions bounced back in Game 2, winning 109-104 with Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson combining for 48 points.

Having trailed by five at halftime, the Warriors began the third quarter by scoring 18 unanswered points and never looked back.

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

When and where is Game 3?

The third game of the NBA Finals tips off at 9 p.m. ET on Wednesday, June, 5, at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California.

The series will remain in California for Game 4, before returning to Toronto for Game 5 on June 10.

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 3 on Wednesday.

Live stream

A live stream of Game 3 will be available on Watch ESPN, both on desktop and via the mobile app, as well as fuboTV. Both platforms will also offer a live stream for every game of the Finals.

Stephen Curry, Golden State
Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors is defended by Fred VanVleet #23 of the Toronto Raptors in the second half during Game Two of the 2019 NBA Finals at Scotiabank Arena on June 2 in Toronto, Canada. Getty/Gregory Shamus


According to data compiled by Oddshark, the Warriors are a 5.5-point favorite, while the over/under bar is set at 213.

It is the first time this series that Golden State enters the game as a favorite, as the Raptors were 1.5-point favorite in both Game 1 and Game 2.

After drawing level in Game 2, the Warriors are 37/100 to win a third consecutive title, compared with 51/100 at the beginning of the series.


Game 2 was the first time the Warriors had the better of the Raptors in four meetings this season. Toronto won on its only visit to Golden State in December but faces an uphill task to wrestle home court advantage back.

Over the last four years, the Warriors have lost eight playoffs games on home court out of 56. When it comes to NBA Finals, Golden State have lost on home court just three times in 13 games.

Team news

Already without Kevin Durant in the first two games, the Warriors lost Thompson to a hamstring injury in the final quarter of Game 2 and backup center Kevon Looney missed the second half with an unspecified injury.

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr admitted Thompson's injury would have to be assessed, although the five-time All-Star dismissed concerns.

"Klay said he'll be fine, but Klay can be half-dead and he'd say he's [fine]," Warriors coach Steve Kerr told ESPN.

"We'll see. He pulled his hamstring. He thinks it's minor -- I don't know what that means going forward."

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