Damion Lee calmly records a drop in two free throws. Especially, it did come in just only in the last 4.3 seconds. Indeed, the Golden State Warriors did overcome a worse shooting performance. In fact, Stephen Curry’s career did record a 106-105 victory. Over the Toronto Raptors in San Francisco on Sunday.
Also, Curry did miss a personal record of 14 straight in between on an 11-point night. Mainly, for the Warriors. Both, in his first and last attempts.
Nonetheless, Curry did win for the fourth time. Recently, in their last five played games.
On the other hand, Lee is Curry’s brother-in-law. In addition, he did receive a foul. He did prepare to take a desperate 3-point shot. Mostly, in a match where Golden State did trail by one point in the final seconds.
However, Lee did give the Warriors their final advantage in a game. It did see them lead in most of the way. Also, making a career foul shooter of 85.3 per cent. Including, 17 points he did record in the first minute of the fourth period.
The Raptors were in the mood of seeking their second straight win for the first this season. Despite Pascal Siakam being rimmed out a buzzer-beating. It did give them straight-way 18-footer.
Curry’s Shooting Night
The unstoppable Curry, who came off a 38 point effort after making 13 of his 24 shots, did hit his first shot. And then missed the rest until a 3-pointer with 2:43 minutes to go.
Curry ended his drought by hitting two late free throws. While Kent Bazemore gave his side, the Golden State, a 104-103 lead on a layup with 1:06 to go.
Nevertheless, Fred VanVleet who connected on to a tough 16-footer at the other end did place Toronto back on top one final time. And his assist saw of Lee’s heroics setups.
Curry was never alone in the field of play. For he was joined in double figures by a total of six teammates led by Andrew Wiggins with 17 points. Also, Eric Paschall chipped in with 15. While Lee 13, Kelly Oubre Junior 12. With Draymond Green and James Wiseman, both had 10 apiece.
Green efforts were too crucial having recorded a game-high 10 assists. Despite missing a triple-double by one rebound.
However, the Warriors did score 10 of the game’s first 11 points, having led by as many as 15 in the first half. Before going up to 89-72 on a pair of Paschall free throws which came about only with 11:41 remaining in the game. Only just moment’s before Toronto rallied.