This time, unlike what happened after race 4, there will be no chance of redemption: Golden State is called upon to win what will surely be the last NBA game played by the Warriors within the Oracle Arena. Everything is ready for the transfer to San Francisco, but before opening the doors of the Chase Center there is a need to round off those of the historic Oakland arena. The Oracle was the theater in which some of the best performances of the current Warriors bi-champions were put on show, five years on the crest of the wave and called in recent days to the most complicated mission that ever happened to him to face: going back to the NBA final after sinking on 3-1, winning the last home match against the Raptors and redeeming the injury of Kevin Durant – giving the 35th title an NBA that with him on the floor would be much easier to conquer for Golden State. This is the big theme of the race-6 race: after the controversy following the break of the Achilles tendon for the former Thunder All-Star, Steve Kerr's boys have to prove again – as they did in the final of the Toronto challenge three days ago – to be able to do without him. On the other hand the Raptors that after four challenges in which they were able to manage the pressure at their best, stopped on the most beautiful, one step away from the finish line: on +6 three minutes from the siren of a victory that would have guaranteed the title NBA. A more than justifiable blackout, but that put the Warriors back on track – a team that can repeatedly rise from the ashes and make its greater experience weigh. Toronto has shown many times in this series to be deeper, more fit and with more energy and alternatives to play on the parquet. If these are enough to ruin the party at Golden State in the last game of their history at the Oracle Arena, we'll find out from 3 live on Sky Sport Uno and Sky Sport NBA with the live commentary by Flavio Tranquillo and Davide Pessina.