The Splash Brothers tally 47 points in the Warriors' wire-to-wire road win over the Raptors.
The Warriors came away with an impressive road win on Friday night, defeating the Raptors 113-89. Golden State held Toronto to 1-of-19 shooting in the first quarter as the Dubs led the game from start to finish. Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry scored 25 and 22 points, respectively, while Draymond Green added 17 points and nine rebounds before the reserves played the entire fourth quarter.
Despite the fact that the Dubs didn’t get off to a great offensive start, they did plenty of work on the defensive end to establish their early lead, up 27-11 by the end of the first quarter. Golden State held Toronto to 1-of-19 shooting in the first frame, which turned out to be the worst shooting quarter in Raptors’ franchise history. Toronto eventually started getting their shots to fall in the second frame, but the Warriors offense had already started to kick into gear, as the Dubs extended their lead to 54-31 heading into halftime.