Kyle Lowry and the Raptors deck Steph Curry and the defending champion Warriors for the second time in two weeks. The 93 points accumulated by Golden State was also the fourth-lowest total in the 107 games that Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Green all played.
The Toronto Raptors storm into Oracle Arena and thrash the Golden State Warriors for a 113-93 victory, which is their first win at Golden State in 14 years. The Raptors repeatedly beat the sluggish Warriors to loose balls and outrebounded them 48-40.
"That's why he's an All-Star player", Nurse said of Lowry. "Something to build off".
"They have a little bit of everything", Curry said. Wednesday night was one of those nights for a Warriors group that remains calm and confident in the belief that when the bright lights of the National Basketball Association playoffs shine later in the season, they will be ready.
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"We're now in a place where we're defending a title and defending a mantle that we've had for several years and it's a different vibe, it's a different feeling than when you're on the climb like Toronto is, like Milwaukee is, like we were few we years ago", he said. "They just played better than us". And this time around, Stephen Curry was in the lineup. The Warriors fell to 0-5 this season when held under 100 points. "It's hard to get up for each game, so there's certain nights you can just feel it. ..." - Griffin talking about Monroe, who had five points and five rebounds in 7 1/2 minutes.
It could have been even worse but the Raptors avoided that scenario when VanVleet, who showed up at the arena with his back in spasms, got things settled down enough to play.
Golden State's ubiquitous motto of "Strength in Numbers" was on fully display on Wednesday night.by the Toronto Raptors. Lowry didn't flinch, trusting in the Raptors' designs as they developed rather than bailing out for panicky pick-and-rolls.