Raptors fans have had plenty to cheer about during the postseason. But Monday's Game 5 clearly didn't end the way they wanted it to.
Some reports estimated nearly 20,000 people were standing outside of Scotiabank Arena in "Jurassic Park" on Monday night, eagerly awaiting what they hoped would be the first NBA championship in Canadian history. But after Draymond Green blocked Kyle Lowry's 3-pointer as the final buzzer sounded to clinch the 106-105 victory for the Warriors, there was no shortage of disappointed fans, both inside and outside of the arena.
See for yourself:
The Raptors led by six until Klay Thompson's 3-pointer with 2:32 remaining cut the deficit in half. Steph Curry then pulled Golden State even with a trey, after which Thompson put the Dubs in front with his seventh 3-pointer of the night.
That would prove to be the decisive basket, as Green's clutch block of Lowry preserved the win and forced a Game 6 back in Oakland on Thursday.
Jurassic Park will surely be packed to the brim for that as well, and if the Warriors have it their way, those Raptors fans will be massively disappointed yet again.