It drew the attention of most people on social media.
The Warriors entered the night trailing the Raptors 3-1 in the title series - meaning their hopes of a third consecutive National Basketball Association championship remain on the brink now. They had controlled Leonard for three quarters, but he scored 10 straight Toronto points in the fourth and the Raptors were close to their first championship and a celebration that would have stretched coast to coast in Canada.
The Warriors hit their first five three-point attempts, and made 11 of them in the first half alone. "You never know, I mean, if we would have won the game, we wouldn't be talking about it". He had 11 points on 3-of-5 shooting - including a ideal 3-for-3 from distance - in 12 minutes of action.
The Warriors' 20 3-pointers were the second-most for a team in a Finals game in National Basketball Association history, fewer than only the Cleveland Cavaliers' 24 in Game 4 of the 2017 Finals.
Kevin Durant's long-awaited return ended in the worst imaginable way as he suffered a suspected torn Achilles on Monday night in Toronto.
The Raptors, seeking a first title, had led the seven-match Finals series 3-1, an advantage that has only been overturned once in play-off history. "I don't believe there's anybody to blame, but I understand it's this world, and if you have to, you can blame me". Toronto's cold shooting remained extremely chilly, and Golden State was still bombing away.
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With knights and magic and more than a few echoes of The Lord of the Rings , it all sounds right up Martin's alley. He confirms that it will take place in an open world which he refers to as a large open field to play in.
During the Western Conference Semi-Finals, Durant went down with a calf strain and missed nine games. The Warriors and Raptors will return to Oakland, California for game six of the playoffs on June 13 at 9:00 p.m. ET. "KD!" chants. As the Warriors star left the court supported by teammates Stephen Curry and Andre Igoudala he was consoled by Drake. It was supposed to be a quick breather for the Raps to propel them toward the finish line.
For Klay Thompson, who added 26 points of his own, the injury took some of the joy out of the victory. After the game, the president of the team spoke to the press and offered an emotional explanation about the decision to allow Durant to come back.
The Warriors were leading 39-34 when Durant went down, but they continued to push the pace afterwards.
It's a lesson that the Raptors, with one huge opportunity missed, would do well to take into Thursday night at Oracle Arena.
Mark Stevens, a Warriors investor and member of the team's executive board, shoved Kyle Lowry after the Raptors guard dove into a row of courtside seats in an effort to save a loose ball.