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Superior bench depth to give Warriors an advantage in NBA Finals

Without even playing, the Golden State Warriors won again Tuesday.

As they began a nine-day break ahead of a fifth consecutive appearance in the NBA Finals, their remaining challengers guaranteed more work for themselves.

The Toronto Raptors' 120-102 victory Tuesday over the Milwaukee Bucks tied the Eastern Conference finals at two games apiece and ensured the earliest either team could close out the series would be Game 6 on Saturday.

A Warriors team already holding numerous

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