Leonard gives Toronto lead over Golden State in NBA Finals
Kawhi Leonard scored 30 points as the Toronto Raptors beat reigning champions the Golden State Warriors 123-109 to take a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals.
Stephen Curry's play-off career-high 47 points was not enough for the depleted Warriors, who were without the injured Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson.
The Warriors are attempting to win for the third season in a row, while the Raptors are in their first ever final.
Game four of the best-of-seven series is on Saturday in Oakland.
A man sitting courtside at the Oracle Arena was ejected for shoving Kyle Lowry in the fourth quarter, after the Raptors player had fallen into the front row diving for a loose ball.
Two-time NBA most valuable player Curry said the Warriors are "missing 50 points" with the absence of Thompson and Durant.