The Golden State Warriors live to fight another day after grinding out a 106-105 win on the road to force a Game 6 back at Oracle Arena.
The Splash Brothers combined for 57 points on 12-of-27 from beyond the arc, both hitting clutch threes down the stretch to seal the win.
Here are the player ratings from an enthralling Game 5 contest...
Steph Curry - 9
Curry turned it on in Game 5, pouring in 31 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, knocking down a clutch three to tie the game up after being down six.
Kawhi Leonard - 9
Leonard nearly carried the Raptors home, going into takeover mode down the stretch, scoring 10 straight points to give the Raptors the lead late in the fourth.
He finished with 26 points, 12 rebounds and six assists after a slow start to the game.
Klay Thompson - 9
Thompson knocked down seven threes for his 26 points, saving his best for last with the clutch triple with under a minute remaining to give the Warriors a three-point lead.
BANG ‼️ pic.twitter.com/ZgX0sCzHrq- Golden State Warriors (@warriors) June 11, 2019
As usual, he got it done on both ends, coming up with some big defensive posessions on Kawhi Leonard in the fourth quarter.
Serge Ibaka - 8
Ibaka continues to provide a spark off the bench for the Raptors, giving them quality minutes in Game 5.
Taking advantage of their smaller lineups, Ibaka made his presence felt in the paint, finishing with 15 points and six rebounds.
Kyle Lowry - 7
Lowry did a great job dictating the tempo of the Raptors' offence and finding his teammates for open looks. He came alive in the fourth, scoring seven of his 18 points in the period.
Servin' up a dish for Chef pic.twitter.com/qWx4UZKYfp- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 11, 2019
Marc Gasol - 7
Gasol had the hot hand early, scoring 10 points in the first quarter.
His confidence shooting the ball spread to his teammates as he knocked down shot after shot, recording 17 points and eight rebounds in the win.
DeMarcus Cousins - 6
In 19 minutes of action, Cousins was productive inside for the Warriors.
Immediately following Durant's exit, Boogie came up with a huge stretch of play, scoring seven points in the space of three minutes to steady the ship for Golden State.
While his presence in the paint gave the Warriors some much-needed size and rebounding, he had a tough time on the defensive end, with the Raptors attacking him in the pick-and-roll.
Draymond Green - 6
Green recorded 10 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists in Game 5 and while he struggled to break down the Raptors defence at times, his passing and playmaking were vital to the Dubs' win.
He came up huge on the final posession, getting a fingertip to Kyle Lowry's potential series-winning three-pointer at the buzzer.
Got a piece. pic.twitter.com/QA8UWBTs20- LOLKNBR (@LOLKNBR) June 11, 2019
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