Dubs Rewind: How the Warriors escaped Toronto with a win
Like our Warriors Facebook page for more Warriors news, commentary and conversation.
OAKLAND – The Golden State Warriors beat the Toronto Raptors 125-122 Saturday night, improving to an NBA best 19-3 on the road.
Relive at all the sights and sounds of the contest below.
With 9.8 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Draymond Green and Raptors forward Norman Powell set up for a jump ball. What followed was a cluster, as both teams scrambled for possession of the ball before it went out of bounds in front of the Warriors bench. After review, referee Tony Brothers ruled the ball went off Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan, effectively sealing the victory for the Warriors.
This game is insane!!! 😱 pic.twitter.com/g4IiDUH8ZQ
— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) January 14, 2018
Warriors secure win over Raptors despite nearly squandering 21-point lead
ESPN’s Jalen Rose: Rockets are the biggest threat to Warriors
Stephen Curry, Andre Iguodala to play vs Toronto
Stephen Curry probable for Saturday’s matchup against the Raptors
David West: Donald Trump’s immigration remarks “struck a nerve with me”
Klay Thompson: The six-year guard bounced back from an off performance Friday night in Milwaukee, scoring 26 points on 11/16 shooting.
Kevin Durant: Durant continued his efficient play, scoring 25 points on 12/20 shooting from the field, including this dagger with 21.3 to go in the game.
Durant. NAILS 🗡. GG. What a game. pic.twitter.com/NPgS6Nx9FS
— Rob Perez (@World_Wide_Wob) January 14, 2018
Warriors first half offense: Golden State outscored the Raptors 81-59 …read more
Source:: The Mercury News – Sports