Drake breaks down at cruel NBA moment

Golden State star forward Kevin Durant left Monday’s fifth game of the NBA Finals against Toronto with what has been revealed as an Achilles injury.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Durant, the 2017 and 2018 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player, had been medically cleared to play after missing nine games with the injury.

Durant sparked Golden State immediately, scoring 11 points in 12 minutes on 3-of-3 shooting from 3-point range and having the Warriors look like the team that won the past two NBA crowns.

But for Golden State, the joy was all-too short-lived.

With 2:14 elapsed in the second quarter, Durant planted his right foot making a move with the ball and pulled up, taking a seated position on the court and he grabbed for his leg.

It was later revealed to be a dreaded Achilles injury.

Ahh no, KD went down pic.twitter.com/thJCbDomrI

Durant was helped up by a trainer and escorted off to the locker room with the help of teammate Andre Iguodala, his attempt to help the Warriors appearing to be over.

Rapper Drake, while there to support the home team, was devastated for Durant as he walked off court.

Drake consoled Kevin Durant as he walked off in the second quarter. pic.twitter.com/05ZpHdL49l

Raptors fans cruelly cheered the injury of Golden State’s best player, prompting stars Kyle Lowry and Klay Thompson to gesture for them to stop.

Raptors star Serge Ibaka helped the ailing star off the court as the second quarter waned.

Kyle Lowry and the Warriors tell fans to stop cheering as Kevin Durant walks off with an injury. pic.twitter.com/UldE49bF22

Kevin Durant seems like a good guy as far as sports superstars go but even if he wasn’t nobody should be happy he got reinjured. Good to see reactions of Ibaka, Lowry and others. #RaptorsIn5

The Raptors took Golden State to the brink of being dethroned, leading the best-of-seven series 3-1.

But the series is going to six after Monday night’s comeback from the visitors.

Stephen Curry scored 31 points and Klay Thompson added 26 as the defending champion Golden State Warriors edged Toronto 106-105 to sustain their hopes of winning the NBA Finals.

The Warriors pulled within 3-2 in the best-of-seven championship series and forced a sixth game Thursday at Oakland, California, with game seven if needed back in Toronto on Sunday.

Kevin Durant takes to Instagram after suffering another injury in Game 5 of the #NBAFinals. Warriors GM Bob Myers is expected to address the media shortly regarding KD’s health. pic.twitter.com/Ogbn1QymCm

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