Tampa; 7 p.m. EDT on Friday
On their home court, the Raptors are 9-12. In games determined by three points or less, Toronto is 2-5.
On the lane, the Warriors are 9-16. Golden State is fifth in the league in terms of fast break points per game, averaging 14.3 per game, with Stephen Curry averaging 3.
For the second time this season, the two teams will face off. The Warriors dominated the last meeting on Jan. 10 by a score of 106-105. With 17 points, Andrew Wiggins led Golden State, while Pascal Siakam led Toronto with 25 points.
The Raptors’ Fred VanVleet averages 20.1 points, 6.2 assists, and 1.8 steals per game. Over Toronto’s last ten games, Siakam has averaged 17.7 points and 6.3 rebounds while shooting 35.6 percent.
Curry leads the Warriors with 29.2 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. Over Golden State’s last ten games, Wiggins has averaged 23.3 points and 5.8 rebounds while shooting 50.6 percent.
LAST 10 GAMES:
Raptors are 1-9, averaging 108.2 points, 38.2 rebounds, 22.9 assists, 6.9 steals, and 5.4 blocks per game on 42.6 percent shooting. On 47.1 percent shooting, their opponents have averaged 115 points.
Warriors: 4-6, averaging 110.5 points, 40.1 rebounds, 26.9 assists, 8.1 steals, and 4.3 blocks per game on 46.5 percent shooting. Their opponents have scored 114.6 points per possession on 49.3% shooting.