Without Steph Curry, Draymond Green, Warriors suffer historic 130-77 loss to Raptors

Andrew Wiggins’ jumper clanked off the back iron and the Raptors, having secured the rebound, eased into a possession. After a couple of passes, Gary Trent Jr. blew by Damion Lee and finished with a right-handed floater. The Warriors’ defense offered little interference, and the basket put the Raptors up 101-49 with 3:30 left in the third quarter. It’s difficult to pinpoint any one play where things unraveled for Golden State in Friday’s 130-77 loss to the Raptors in Tampa, Fla., but this one represented much of what went wrong. Throughout the night, the Warriors (23-26) settled for shots in i…

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