Kawhi finished the night with 38 points for Toronto.
Raptors star Kawhi Leonard sunk a game-winning shot for Toronto with just 1.5 seconds remaining in Friday night's 119–117 win over Portland.
The Trail Blazers were down 117–114 when Damian Lillard nailed three straight free throws to tie the game with 13.8 seconds left in regulation. Leonard broke the tie with a pull-up jumper along the baseline.
With barely any time to get a shot off, Lillard missed a near full-court heave and the Raptors walked away with the win.
Leonard finished with a game-high 38 points on 14-of-22 shooting to go with five assists, three rebounds and three steals. Marc Gasol and Kyle Lowry chipped in with 19 points apiece.
The Raptors improved to 45–17 on the season with the Kawhi-fueled victory.