Published: Fri, December 14, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Draymond Green's mother calls Warriors fans 'spoiled brats' after loss to Raptors

Draymond Green's mother calls Warriors fans 'spoiled brats' after loss to Raptors

"It was just one of those nights where you would hope that we'd be more engaged and more energetic playing against this team, but we didn't bring it".

Kyle Lowry and the Raptors deck Steph Curry and the defending champion Warriors for the second time in two weeks.

In his first season with the Raptors, Leonard is averaging 26.1 points, 8.3 rebounds and three assists as Toronto is now 22-7 and at the top of the Eastern Conference.

Prior to Leonard's injury, Nurse said Tuesday's game against the Clippers and today's against the Golden State Warriors were targeted to be the first back-to-back games that Leonard would play in this season. What is even worse is being on a back-to-back after a stellar shooting performance. Point guard Lorenzo Brown was the only Raptors player not to score a point after going 0-for-1 from the floor in five minutes of action. Opponents have failed to cover the spread by 6.7 PPG.

With the Clippers off to a 17-10 start, ESPN's Brian Windhorst reports that they are going all-out to prepare themselves at making a run at both Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard this offseason.

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The Warriors are hunting a third straight Championship this term but head coach Steve Kerr believes his side are now struggling to get motivation for matches.

Serge Ibaka added 20 points, Danny Green scored 15, Pascal Siakam had 13 and Fred VanVleet 10 to help the Raptors improve to an NBA-best 23-7, matching the 2014-15 squad for the best start in franchise history.

They did it with the two-time defending National Basketball Association champion Warriors almost at full strength, too, a very different scenario from when the teams played in Toronto less than two weeks ago.

The Warriors move across the Bay to their new digs in San Francisco next season so it was farewell in the best of all fashions for a Toronto team that will not miss this building. "I have been here a long time, and we have always said next man up. He was probably frustrated he wasn't making shots, but that comes and goes, and he's right back where we want him, and where we need him to be". "I thought we did a good job following the game plan". "He just calms everyone down".

It was a total team effort from the Raptors. Lowry's double-double was his 100th with Toronto.

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