Published: Thu, June 13, 2019
Sport | By Ruben Hill

Raptors small road underdogs on National Basketball Association odds for Game 6

Raptors small road underdogs on National Basketball Association odds for Game 6

Kevin Durant, meanwhile, reportedly flew to NY on Tuesday morning to undergo an MRI and meet with renowned foot and ankle doctor Martin O'Malley to discuss his right Achilles injury.

New York Knicks fans haven't let the injury to Kevin Durant keep them from doing everything they can to convince him to sign in free agency. Most recently, the 27-year-old joined Michael Jordan as the only other player to score at least 35 points without turning over the ball in an NBA Finals game. "I know our fans will do that because we deserve it, but more importantly Kevin does for what he gave this team, this organization".

The injury also turned basically the entire National Basketball Association free agency landscape on its head as teams have to figure out whether they still want to invest in a player coming off a serious injury.

"When we gathered all the information, our feeling was the worst thing that could happen would be a re-injure of the calf", Kerr said, adding that the apparent Achilles injury was "a complete shock". You see how hard he took it. "As athletes we've all been there to that spot when you just know it, that something just went, and can't move, can't do much of anything".

He would get paid over $31 million and would be able to rest his Achilles and come back in the postseason and win another championship. "He's having a rough time right now", she said.

Another fan said that you don't have to be from Canada to represent Canada, "they [the Raptors] truly do represent Canada, they brought this country together!" "He's a good teammate and I'm lucky to know him". That's genuine and authentic.

Game 5 of this series on Monday attracted almost 15 million viewers in Canada, becoming the most watched TV program of the year and most watched National Basketball Association game ever in the country, according to National Basketball Association viewership statistics. So you can waste time talking about the what-ifs and this and that. Find out as NBA Now hosts Tom Downey and Jimmy Crowther break down all the latest on Kevin Durant in this video. "They are going to continue to be part of our game". But these guys, very well paid to do a job that makes them the envy of just about anyone who isn't as well paid, are also just people.

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