Warriors Complete Late Comeback to Defeat Raptors in Game 5
Warriors Complete Late Comeback to Defeat Raptors
in Game 5 The Warriors kept their season alive with a
106-105 victory over the Raptors on Monday night.
After Kawhi Leonard scored 10 straight points to give Toronto a 103-97 lead with 3:28 remaining, Klay Thompson made two 3-pointers
and Steph Curry made one to give
Golden State a 106-103 advantage.
Curry led the Warriors with 31 points,
while Thompson scored 26 points.
Kawhi Leonard led Toronto with 26 points, 12 rebounds and six assists.
Kevin Durant scored 11 points in his return from a right calf injury, but he re-injured his right leg in the
second quarter and did not return.
Steve Kerr, Warriors coach, via statement Steve Kerr, via statement Game 6 of the NBA Finals will take place
in Oakland on Thursday night.