While the Warriors managed to somehow overcome Durant's absence and force a Game 6, the former defending champions could not overcome Thompson's departure.
He stayed down for a minute and initially went to the locker room.
Klay Thompson walks with the help of crutches and his left knee wrapped up after leaving Game 6 due to injury. But, because he had been awarded two free throws he couldn't go just yet.
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However, because it was not a flagrant foul, if Thompson did not shoot the free throws, he could not return to the game. But it wasn't enough - the Raptors won 114-110 to finish off a 4-2 series victory and capture their first National Basketball Association championship.
Both players are expected to become free agents.
Thompson's re-emergence on the floor received a raucous standing ovation from the crowd inside sold-out Oracle Arena.
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In the fourth quarter, though, the Warriors would rule Thompson out with that knee injury. He laid there in serious pain, and eventually got helped into the back.
Two hours later, he would change his tune once he heard the news about Klay's ACL.
Thursday night's scene was eerily reminiscent of the scene surrounding Durant's injury. Steph Curry adds 21, but misses a 3-pointer in the final seconds that would've put the Warriors ahead.
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"I don't know yet what we're going to do (with Klay)", Warriors owner Joe Lacob told Haynes.