How to Watch Warriors vs Raptors Online Without Cable

How to Watch Warriors vs Raptors Online Without Cable

Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors thinks that it could be them versus the Toronto Raptors as they get set to battle the league's best team on Thursday night.

Kevin Durant scored 51 points - his third consecutive 40-point performance - to lead a Golden State squad (15-8) missing Steph Curry. However, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr says he will play again against the Pistons on Saturday. We may have got a little worn out at the end but I'm really proud of our effort. With 564,000 viewers on TSN, it was the most-watched regular season Raptors game ever for a Canadian specialty network.

Look for the Warriors to counter with Kevon Looney, who is a very good perimeter defender and a good rebounder.

That task will be even more hard with the return of Golden State's All-Star point guard.

"Obviously we've been looking forward to getting him back but I'm proud of the way the guys have fought without him".

Warriors: DeMarcus Cousins (left Achilles rehab), Stephen Curry (left groin strain), Draymond Green (right toe sprain) and Alfonzo McKinnie (left foot soreness) are out.

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There was the three-pointer from the corner with 8.6 seconds remaining to send the game to overtime. Leonard was 3-for-6 from beyond the arc, got to his bread-and-butter in the midrange and attacked the basket, going 6-for-6 from the free throw line. "So when he's feeling it, there's not a whole lot a defense can do".

Toronto has now won seven straight games.

In Sacramento Calif., Tobias Harris scored 28 points, Montrezl Harrell added 24 and Los Angeles beat Sacramento. He is followed by Kevin Durant with 29.2 ppg, 6.1 dimes and a team high 7.8 boards per game.

Leonard was one of six Toronto players, who scored in double-figures.

Kerr said Curry was particularly disappointed to miss the game in Toronto, not only because the Raptors now own the best record in the National Basketball Association but also because he has fond memories of the Canadian city from the time his father, Dell Curry, played there from 1999-2002. But in his absence, Thompson has been heating up - averaging 25.4 points per game without him.

Cook, after finishing up his career in Durham with a national title, played the majority of his first two pro seasons for the Canton Charge before signing a two-way contact with the Warriors prior to last season. "He's just such a part of the history of this game and a good friend, and we miss him".

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