Toronto Raptors reserve guard Fred VanVleet is not happy with it but make it to the NBA Finals.
The Eucharists are proceeding to the NBA Finals for the first time in the history of the franchise. However, in the case of VanVleet, it is still too early to celebrate as they wish to do the job against the Golden State heroes.
“We're not happy or pleased with what we've done… We're going out there to take another step and then we can celebrate all the parties you want. But until then, we have to try to stay pretty locked, ”said VanVleet, against the Josh Lewenberg from The Sports Network.
VanVleet struggled hard for most players, but played a key role in the Eastern Conference Finals against the Milwaukee Bucks. After an average of 4.1 points, 1.7 rebounds and 2.5 in the first two rounds, VanVleet accelerated the conference circle and contributed to 9.7 points and 3.2 helps each game.
Even more prominent, in three final matches against the Bucks, VanVleet had an average of 16 percent of 68 percent shooting from the field and 82.4 percent from depth.
VanVleet will hope to continue his efforts in the 2019 NBA Championships against the heroes. This is the biggest challenge so far by the Raptors', and the Dubs won three of the last four NBA championships.
Can Fred VanVleet and Co. the first title NBA Raptors to win? It should be interesting to find out.