Published: Mon, December 03, 2018
Sports | By Juana Wells

Warriors G will play vs. Pistons on Saturday

Warriors G will play vs. Pistons on Saturday

Wilt Chamberlain was the first to do it with the Philadelphia Warriors and the San Francisco Warriors.

Check out some more highlights from Thursday night's action in the post embedded below.

The Pistons (12-7) have won four straight, all at home. They took it to the Warriors, who eventually gave it right back before falling 131-128 in overtime. The game tips off and the Warriors glide through the first few minutes, sometimes the entire quarter.

On the plus side for Curry, since he won't be preparing for the game, maybe he'll get the opportunity to head up to the concourse and play a game or two on the Playstation console that he knows so well.

They will need to be on their A-game if the Warriors have any chance of beating the beasts of the East. They are now 4-6 on the road. The Warriors outscored the Raptors 103-93 the rest of the game, but first quarter was painful.

Green has since missed time with a sprained toe, which Kerr expects to keep him sidelined for the next couple of games.

In a mild surprise, Kerr instead stayed with 7-foot Damian Jones as the starter.

It does not get any better at the small forward position than Durant and Leonard. Jerebko led the bench with his 20 points.

Kevin Durant had 51 points in the losing effort.

He did this under the national TV spotlight.

In Sacramento Calif., Tobias Harris scored 28 points, Montrezl Harrell added 24 and Los Angeles beat Sacramento. With 564,000 viewers on TSN, it was the most-watched regular season Raptors game ever for a Canadian specialty network. After a particularly deep 3-point shot by Durant, Drake's jaw practically hit the floor, and his reaction has already gone viral.

But we've seen in the last two games that Nick Nurse is quite willing to go to a nine-man group in the late stages of close games. Kevon Looney matched a season high with 10 rebounds.

The Raptors may matchup better than any other team in the National Basketball Association with the Warriors with their length and defensive abilities. He is that rare player that is routinely unspectacular yet highly effective.

Durant has been on a tear, averaging over 40 points per game in the last three games.

Through the first frame, Kawhi Leonard had a game-high 13 points and Pascal Siakam was not far behind with 10 points. "Klay's probably one of the deadliest guys in the league, so it's amusing when guys who are that cold-blooded on the court make nice comments".

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