With Game 1 of the NBA Finals just a couple of days away, Golden State Warriors big man DeMarcus Cousins recently shared his thoughts on their opponent, the Toronto Raptors.

The four-time All-Star had nothing but good things to say about the Raptors, and admitted that his Warriors are set to face a tough test ahead of them:

“Tough, tough team,” Cousins said, via of Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated. “Obviously, the head of the snake is Kawhi. They have a tough floor general in Kyle. [Pascal] Siakam has taken his game to another level. They have veterans like Danny Green, Serge [Ibaka] and Marc Gasol. Norman Powell has emerged. They have a young and up-and-coming guy in [Fred] VanVleet. There is a lot of talent over there. This team plays hard, defends and plays together. There is no quit on their team. You got to battle them.”

Cousins has been sidelined for the better part of the playoffs due to a quad injury, but a recent report states that he might be able to suit up for Game 1 on Thursday. Cousins is itching to get back out on the floor as he seeks his first-ever NBA title.

The Dubs are not exactly in desperate need of Cousin's services, as they made easy work of the Portland Trail Blazers in the Western Conference Finals. Nonetheless, having a player of Cousins' quality at their disposal is certainly something Golden State will welcome with open arms.