Klay Thompson star of the game in Warriors loss to Raptors 133-118

By Steven Luker

Raptors 133 -Warriors 118

Thompson was the star

Klay Thompson was the star of the game with 25 points and was with five three pointers in the loss to the Raptors 133 to 118. Thompson also led the Warriors in points with 25 points with ten field goals and made five three pointers.

Looney crashes for offensive rebounds

In the first quarter Kevon Looney grabbed six rebounds in six minutes. This is one rebond a minute. Looney also scored six points in the quarter all off second chance points. Looney finished the game with ten points and seven rebounds all seven rebounds were from the offensive side for Looney.

Warriors give up 76 points first half

The Golden State Warriors allowed the Toronto Raptors to score 76 points in the first half. This is the most points they have given up in a half this season. The Warriors shot five for 25 from behind the arc in the half. The Raptors had a new face on the roster RJ Barrett who went five for six from deep scoring 26 points. The Raptors scored a total of 40 points in the second quarter alone and outscored the Warriors by 19 points in the quarter.

Moses Moody 21 points in 21 minutes

Moses Moody in the game scored 21 points in 21 minutes and 14 of them were from the fourth quarter. Moody shot seven for nine and from the field four for six from behind the arc. Moody was also perfect three for three from the foul line. Moody and Thompson were the only two Warriors in the game to score at least 20 points.

Second Half Surge

The Warriors are trilling by 27 points and the Warriors cut the lead down to nine in the third quarter. Golden State scored 38 in that frame and outscored the Raptors by 13 points. Klay Thompson led the team with eleven points in the quarter and was three for three behind the arc. 

Next for the Warriors

The Warriors are closing out the seven game homestead against Zion and the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday at five 30PM pacific time.