Raptors players had to quiet Toronto fans after Kevin Durant was injured.
The Warriors' Kevin Durant had to leave his team's Game 5 win in the NBA Finals after he appeared to re-injure his calf in the second quarter. It's the same calf that has plagued him during this postseason.
Durant limped to the locker room with his teammate's help, and the team announced he suffered a right lower leg injury. He missed the rest of Golden State's 106–105 win, and he'll undergo an MRI on Tuesday.
But after Durant was injured, fans at Toronto's Scotiabank Arena started cheering. It took Warriors players, along with the Raptors' Serge Ibaka and other Toronto players to hold out their arms to try and get the crowd to calm down. The PA announcer said "Shhhhh" on the mic and fans eventually started clapping, chanting "KD" as he exited. The Toronto players offered him words of encouragement as he exited.
Durant was making his first start for Golden State since he injured his calf against the Rockets on May 9. Before exiting, he had 11 points.
The Raptors lead the series 3–2, and Game 6 will be played at Oracle Arena on Thursday at 9 p.m. ET.