The Raptors have been an unstoppable force since the start of the playoffs. They swept the Brooklyn Nets and broke all kinds of records in Game 4 of the series. However, it wasn’t all victory and good news. After much anticipation, the NBA has announced the details of Kyle Lowry’s injury: a sprained left ankle.\n“Kyle Lowry has been diagnosed with a left ankle sprain," said the NBA on Monday.\n"Lowry underwent an MRI on the NBA Campus in Orlando after the injury, which occurred in the first quarter of Sunday evening’s game. His condition will be updated as appropriate."\nEditor's Choice: 7 Toronto Jobs That Are Hiring Right Now & Will Pay You $100,000 Or More A Year\nUnfortunately, there has been no timeline announced for his return.\nThis news is hard to swallow for some Toronto fans. They've taken to Twitter demand they be able to donate their left ankles to Lowry.\nInjury update: Kyle Lowry, turned left ankle. Return TBD.— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) August 23, 2020\n"My ankles are in the mail. He can have them," said one desperate fan. "Sawing my ankle off for him. BRB," tweeted another.\nIt looks like Toronto wants to see K-Low on the court so badly that they are willing to donate their appendages.\nNOOOOOOOOOOONOOOOO PLEASE NOOOOOOOOOOHOW DO I DONATE AN ANKLE??? LOWRY TAKE MY ANKLE I DONT EVEN NEED IT LIKE THAT. pic.twitter.com/9eWNEQXoTJ— LOS ANUNOBELES, KYLEFORNIA (@danielgime_) August 23, 2020\nMy left ankle isn't optimal, but happy to loan it over to @Klow7 https://t.co/04cQOp64cv— Rohan Nair (@rohan10) August 24, 2020\nBefore his injury, Lowry had fans laughing before Sunday's game.\nDuring the US national anthem, Lowry could be seen holding back laughter as the saxophone let out a particularly long squeak.\n#Raptors nation google: How to temporarily donate left ankle to Kyle Lowry #WeTheNorth https://t.co/ue2PZEH2JP pic.twitter.com/e7frTomMgL— Lucas Meyer (@meyer_lucas) August 24, 2020\nis there anyway i can offer @Klow7 my ankle?? take both pls! https://t.co/GMxF3mLFqy— Danny 🇳🇬 Kwesi 🇬🇭 (@solz9ja) August 24, 2020\nThe Raptors are set to face the Boston Celtics for Game 1 on Thursday night. Raptors fans everywhere are likely saying a prayer for Lowry's speedy recovery right about now.