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Steph Curry plays 34 minutes in return from sprained ankle

14 January 2018

Draymond Green played a pivotal role for Golden State with 21 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists.

"We went out there and just played (all) out", DeRozan said.

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And the Warriors during that span?

Curry was questionable with a sprained ankle for Golden State's game in Milwaukee on Friday night. Curry made up for his earlier misses by hitting two free throws with 2.5 seconds left. "It happens to everybody".

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"We've got to keep moving the ball, we've got to stay consistent moving the ball well and get defensive stops", said guard Tony Snell (11 points). "I don't feel limited out there, but you can just feel it".

"No sour taste at all", Thompson said of how they won. They are unstoppable on offense and they also boast one of the best - if not the best - defenses in the National Basketball Association. "A win is a win, especially on a back-to-back". The Toronto Raptors are averaging 112 points on 47.2 percent shooting and allowing 103.7 points on 44.9 percent shooting.

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The Warriors are defending champs for a reason and they demand the best from their opponent.

"The way we played in the first half, we gave them way too much respect".

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DeRozan shot 17-for-31 en route to his 42 points for the Raptors, who despite the loss set a franchise record for wins in the first half of a season (29).

And things really got out of hand when the Warriors used a 16-2 second-quarter run to take a 59-37 lead.

Curry - who had 24 on the night - scored two free throws with two seconds left on the clock, as a Fred VanVleet jumper for the Raptors as time expired saw the game end 127-125.

Thompson had 20 points as Golden State finished the second on a 10-2 run for a 81-54 half-time lead. But the Warriors got key field goals from Curry, Thompson and Durant to prevent a blown lead. "I thought against Cleveland the guys believed they could beat them". "... You knew we weren't going to do that whole game, and you knew were playing a really good team on their home floor and they were going to respond".

The Warriors held a 27-point lead at half-time but Toronto struck back after the interval - and outscored the visitors 36-19 in the fourth. The Warriors rank 28th in steals allowed per game (8.8). In the first half, Durant missed a wide-open transition dunk that clanked off the back of the rim and sailed out of bounds.

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Kevin Durant downplays Drake's attendance to be the catalyst of the close battle between the Warriors and the Raptors. "I dreamed about this as a kid so it was pretty sweet", he said. He expressed admiration for the fight of his players to make a game of it after putting themselves into the 27-point halftime deficit.

Steph Curry plays 34 minutes in return from sprained ankle