PHOTO CREDIT: NBA/Warriors
Defending world champion Golden State Warriors take down the Toronto Raptors with a thrilling 117-112 victory at Oracle Arena, Oakland, California.
Two-time MVP Stephen Curry registered a game-high 30 points, five assists and four rebounds while 2017 Finals MVP Kevin Durant added 29 points.
In addition, Curry’s splash brother Klay Thompson finished 22 points with eight rebounds and Draymond Green got double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds to beat Toronto. (Check 12BET for more Free Betting Tips)
Raptors was so close in breaking the 14-year drought without a win at the Oracle Arena but they failed to hang on in their five point lead with just over two minutes remaining which proves that the Warriors are too much for them as they lost the game with a very small margin.
DeMar DeRozan almost played 40 minutes for the Raptors as he scored 24 points to lead his team. On the other end, Pascal Siakam garnered a total of 20 points and got the start with an injured Jonas Valanciunas and Lucas Nogueira.