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by Mary Riggs LeBus   

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The NBA Championship Series
NBA Finals News, Raptors (3) vs Warriors (2)

       In the worst of worst-case scenarios during game 5, Kevin
Durant, who had returned to the NBA Finals after more than
four weeks off with what was initially diagnosed as a mild calf
strain, collapsed to the floor after playing 2 minutes in the
second quarter of game 5, and you knew it was a bad injury.
Kevin grabbed at his right Achilles tendon. He had to be
helped from the floor. And as cameras followed him back to
the locker room, it wasn't just the NBA Finals that shifted. 

   Durant had scored 11 points on 3-of-3 shooting from deep
and looked terrific in his return. The Warriors were humming
offensively and it honestly looked like a fairytale story of
Durant coming back to save the day. Then the injury and the
fans of the Raptors were cheering. I was amazed that the
crowd did this and I can’t believe that people would literally
cheer an injury, especially from a great player that is so well
respected for his style of play and leadership.

   After that, in what was a shift in the story, the Raptors
started hitting 3 pt. shots and Big Cousins (Warriors) made
three fatal plays to let them back in the game, they led by 6. It
was like the Warriors were just lethargic. Then the comeback
to beat the Raptors.

  With only 3 seconds left, Kyle Lowry's 3-pointer at the buzzer
was off and hit the backboard, and the Golden State had
rallied from a six-point deficit in the final three minutes to beat
the Toronto Raptors
106-105.


                       
              






 
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June 14, 2019
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Read about; Historic Homes, Buildings, Farms
& their owner's & builders, plus see cool pictures too.   
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US 27 N. (1 mile from the Bypass)    
Office 201 N. Main, Cynthiana, Ky.
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All utilities are underground. Good school district and only
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There are no monthly dues or fees.
Travel wide winding country lanes maintained by local   
county government. Only 1 mile N. from Cynthiana, KY     
Enjoy beautiful stone works; entrances, stone bridges &
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Water, Pre-approved septic or Sanitary Sewer Available.
 
At DeSha Point you'll see deer, wild turkey, geese, ducks as
well as Heron Crains  A great safe place to live, so call us.
You'll be glad that you did.
Prices starting in the mid $20,000 range!
We hope you will enjoy our magazine, learn something & have a laugh on us!.


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