OAKLAND, Calif., Nov. 26 (Ticker) -- Jason Richardson scored early and often for the Golden State Warriors.

Richardson scored 15 of his 25 points in the first half as the Warriors cruised to an easy 117-91 victory over the struggling Toronto Raptors.

The two-time Slam Dunk champion, Richardson has led the Warriors in scoring 10 times this season and has increased his scoring average each year of his career.

He made 10-of-18 and grabbed six rebounds Saturday to help Golden State win consecutive games for the first time in nearly three weeks.

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Holding a 63-48 lead at halftime, Golden State opened the third period with a 13-2 run to break open the game. During the spurt, point guard Baron Davis found Richardson for a thunderous reverse alley-oop dunk that brought the crowd to its feet with 9:12 to play. The Warriors outscored the Raptors, 27-17, in the quarter.

Golden State continued to pull away in the fourth, with Derek Fisher's jumper from the corner making it 100-76 with 5:58 left. Troy Murphy scored 21 points and Davis added seven and 14 assists for the Warriors, who outscored the Raptors, 60-28, in the paint. Rookie Ike Diogu scored 15 points on 6-of-8 shooting.

Chris Bosh and Morris Peterson scored 21 points apiece for Toronto, which fell to 0-7 on the road this season. Rookie Charlie Villanueva struggled, scoring six points on 1-of-10 shooting.