Stephen Curry will return Saturday against the Pistons

Stephen Curry will return Saturday against the Pistons

Steph Curry and Pascal Siakam battle during the Warriors last game in Toronto, a tight 127-125 Golden State win in January. But the Raptors clawed their way back and when Green drilled a three-pointer with 4:42 to play, it capped an 8-0 run that put Toronto back up by 10, prompting a deafening roar from the Scotiabank Arena crowd that included Toronto Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock, Drake, and UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway. "I'm a Piston now, so we're going to go out there, play hard, play smart, play together and try to get the win".

The much-anticipated night - a rare nationally televised game in the USA, and the Warriors' only regular-season trip to Toronto - lived up to its promise. He's had athletes in the past who have had groin injuries, come back and had no symptoms and had a setback because they just didn't take the full time.

Although Curry is set to return to the floor for the Warriors tomorrow night, Cook will likely remain a key piece of Golden State head coach Steve Kerr's rotation. While he did say that everybody is ecstatic for their star point guard's return, nobody is more excited than the two-time MVP himself.

"To see him obviously stepping up to the plate and carrying the load like that, the scoring load like he is, he's been spectacular to watch", Draymond Green said (per ESPN.com).

There was the three-pointer from the corner with 8.6 seconds remaining to send the game to overtime.

"Everything gets better", Kerr said.

Sky Sports is the new home of the National Basketball Association in the United Kingdom with live coverage throughout the week, including selected live games free to all Sky subscribers via Sky Sports Mix. And the 13 straight points to end the third quarter, capped off by a 32-foot three-pointer as the clock wound down.

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"Right now, they're the best and I expect them to be there probably throughout the whole season, " Thompson told reporters Monday after beating the Orlando Magic, 116-110.

KD's point totals in his last four games: 32, 44, 49 and 51.

While Golden State is an extremely hard team to maintain a big lead against, it is becoming a concerning trend for Toronto to let teams back in, as Detroit, Orlando and Miami have all chipped away at big deficits to make things interesting down the stretch.

Raptors: Toronto shot 16 for 22 in the first, going 6 of 10 from 3-point range.

Sabonis had 20 points and 15 rebounds as the Pacers lost for the first time in three stops on their four-game West Coast trip.

Moving forward, the Raptors can and will improve upon the ways in which they play with a lead provided they learn from common themes in the games in which leads were cut into. "We want some good tough games".

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