With Kevin Durant uncertain to play for the remainder of the series (including game five), and Klay Thompson, Kevon Looney, playing hurt, it's going to take a lot more from those two, the Warrior bench, along with Steph Curry in order to get another win in Toronto.

Fortunately, the Warriors do have an extra day to get prepared, but so far, the Raptors have done what it takes to win, including two at Golden State. Who knows where this series would be if everyone on both sides were at full strength, but right now, it looks like Toronto has the upperhand.

Even if the Warriors manage to hold serve away, in their current state without Durant and a red hot Curry, they're not likely to win a game six. It'll come down to will and stamina. Will they might have, but without bench players showing up in a major way (beyond the ones who are already starting in place of others), I just don't see the Raptors losing now.

It would take a major meltdown on Toronto's part, which probably means Kawhi Leonard can no longer play, along with one or two other Raptors, and that's not likely to happen in one game.