Durant scored 51 points on 18-of-31 shooting, giving him at least 40 points in three consecutive games for the first time in his career. The 51 points is a season high, as he also added 11 rebounds and six assists, but the Warriors dropped to 4-6 away from Oracle Arena. Klay Thompson added 23 points, while Green's replacement, Jonas Jerebko, had 20 points, 16 of which came in the fourth quarter and overtime.
Kyle Lowry chipped in with a double-double of 10 points and 12 assists for the Raptors, while Serge Ibaka stepped up with 20 points for the East leaders. The win for the Raptors snaps an eight-game losing streak against the Warriors, a skid that dates back four years. Their 19-4 record leads the entire NBA, as they improved to that with their first win over the Warriors since March of 2014.
They nearly got the win in regulation, as a Lowry three-pointer gave them a six-point lead with under a minute left. Although, Durant took over in that final minute, hitting consecutive three-pointers to tie the game and force extra time. From there, the Raptors outscored the Warriors, 12-9, in the final five minutes of the game.
Danny Green also had a decent game with 13 points for Toronto, who will visit the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday night. The Warriors' East coast road trip will continue that same night, when Curry returns against the Detroit Pistons.