El listen Jordan Poole maintained his scoring inspiration which allowed him to reach 33 points and led the balanced attack of the Golden State Warriors who won 119-104 over the Toronto Raptors.
For the second consecutive game, Poole, who occupies the place of the injured Klay Thompson, surpassed the 30-point barrier, while the Canadian forward Andrew Wiggins added 32 points and seven rebounds that were also a winning factor with the Warriors.
Poole scored 10 of 13 shots from the field, with eight 3-pointers and became the Warriors’ first player, in addition to the star point guard. Stephen Curry, with performances followed with at least 30 points since D’Angelo Russell, currently with the Minnesota Timberwolves, did so three times in a row from December 27, 2019 to January 12, 2020.
Curry only finished with 12 pointsBut he dished out eight assists after the scoring champion missed a 102-105 road win over the Pistons in Detroit on Friday night when he was rested so he could recover from a blow to his right hip.
The Warriors franchise player started with just one of seven shots from the field and finished with two of 10, but helped the team to a fourth consecutive victory.
Wiggins he did score his first five shots for 14 early points and Golden State started with 9 of 14 that helped the team take a 27-9 partial lead in the opening quarter. The Warriors (15-2) were never at a disadvantage in the game that gave them their 11th win in 12 games.
The Power-Wing Cameruns Pascal Siakam scored 21 points and point guard Fred VanVleet 17 with seven assists as the Raptors leaders.
Triples followed by VanVleet midway through the fourth period they brought Toronto up 103-93 before Golden State called a timeout with 7:16 left.
The Raptors had won four of the most recent five matches against the Warriors, who continue with the best in the NBA.