Stay classy, (some) Raptors fans.In sports, one of the most classless things a fan can do is cheer an opposing player’s injury, and that’s an unfortunate occurrence that happened during Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Monday night. Early in the second quarter of Game 5, Kevin Durant appeared to re-aggravate the same calf injury that caused him to miss significant time during the 2019 NBA playoffs. Durant was down for a bit, favoring his lower right leg before being helped off the court — and to the locker room — by Warriors personnel and teammates. (UPDATE: The Warriors believe Durant’s scheduled MRI will confirm a torn right Achilles tendon, according to ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne and Adrian Wojnarowski.)MORE: Complete highlights and more from Game 5 of Warriors vs. RaptorsBut as Durant was limping off the court, some clueless fans decided to cheer and wave away the Warriors’ superstar. In a (legitimately) classy move, Raptors players urged fans to pipe down. You can see Pascal Siakam, Danny Green, Kyle Lowry and others tell fans to knock it off in the video below.Both Warriors and Raptors players trying to tell the Toronto fans to stop cheering after KD’s injury… pic.twitter.com/0jbgKQ60Of— Def Pen Hoops (@DefPenHoops) June 11, 2019After initially cheering the injury, those in attendance started chanting for Durant and applauded him as he crossed the sideline and headed for the locker room. Mission accomplished, Raptors players.Come back stronger, KD. 💪 pic.twitter.com/aVOPsh8hBZ— theScore (@theScore) June 11, 2019Durant missed over a month of playoff basketball nursing a calf injury before returning on Monday.