WARRIORS RUIN RAPTORS PARTY, DURANT HURT AGAIN

Celebrations are on hold.
The Golden State Warriors live to see another game after hanging on and edging the Raptors 106-105 at Scotiabank Arena last night.
Kyle Lowry’s buzzer beater attempt, that would have given Toronto its first ever NBA title, was deflected wide.
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Earlier in the game, Lowry, Serge Ibaka and Danny Green waved their hands to try to get the crowd not to cheer as Kevin Durant was helped off the court with a foot injury.
The Warriors star had just returned to action after missing a month with a calf strain and will have an M-R-I Tuesday on his right Achilles to determine the severity of the injury.  
Game 6 is in Oakland Thursday. 
Tip off is at 9 p.m.