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the Toronto raptors are looking to make history Monday night in game five of the NBA finals the team is just one win away from clinching its first NBA title and becoming the first team north of the border to win the championship the raptors lead three games to one against the Golden State Warriors in the best of seven series raptors head coach Nick nurse says he hasn't given much thought to the importance of game five as the possible clincher he just wants his team to play well I just know we gotta go win another game and of try to try to do that all through the playoffs just just look at the next game and and go when it and %HESITATION I imagine everything will take care of itself from there the warriors have been without MVP Kevin Durant for the series because of a calf injury and its availability for game five is still an open question warriors head coach Steve Kerr said on Sunday he was hopeful Durant would be fit for Monday's must win game Durant has won back to back finals MVP awards over the past two seasons and along side Steph curry has led Golden State two consecutive championships but without Durant in this series the warriors have struggled against the raptors