Would a Toronto Raptors NBA Finals Title Be Branded With an Asterisk?


Listen to Chris Broussard and Rob Parker discuss the injury-plagued 2019 NBA Finals that has seen the Toronto Raptors take a 2-1 series lead against an undermanned Golden State Warriors team playing without Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson in Game 3 Wednesday night at Oracle Arena.

The Raptors have their own injuries to worry about with Kawhi Leonard suffering from knee tendonitis and Kyle Lowry reeling through a thumb injury, but whether it’s Andre Iguodala’s leg, Steph Curry’s finger, Demarcus Cousins’ quad, Klay Thompson’s hamstring, or Kevon Looney's ribs, the Warriors are suffering some of the worst-timed injuries in sports history.

Check out the audio below as Rob and Chris debate whether or not we need to float the idea of putting an ASTERISK in front of the Raptors’ names in the record books if they end up winning these Finals over M.A.S.H. unit Golden State.

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