Relive at all the sights and sounds of the contest below.
KEY MOMENTWith 9.8 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Draymond Green and Raptors forward Norman Powell set up for a jump ball. What followed was a cluster, as both teams scrambled for possession of the ball before it went out of bounds in front of the Warriors bench. After review, referee Tony Brothers ruled the ball went off Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan, effectively sealing the victory for the Warriors.
HIGHLIGHTSKlay Thompson: The six-year guard bounced back from an off performance Friday night in Milwaukee, scoring 26 points on 11/16 shooting.
Kevin Durant: Durant continued his efficient play, scoring 25 points on 12/20 shooting from the field, including this dagger with 21.3 to go in the game.
Warriors first half offense: Golden State outscored the Raptors 81-59 in the first half, shooting 71.1 percent from the field. To further indicate the Warriors offensive efficiency, the team dished out 16 assists to just one turnover.
Warriors complacency: As good as Golden State looked in the first half, its second-half performance left much to be desired. The Raptors outscored the Warriors 71-46 in the second half, behind DeRozan, who finished with 42 points in the contest.
Stephen Curry: Curry failed to gain a rhythm in his first game back since spraining his right ankle, shooting just 2-7 from the three-point line and missing two crucial free throws with 45 seconds to go.
Kevin Durant dunking: Presented without comment.
NUMBERS OF NOTE
81: The Warriors scored a season-high 81 points in the first half, which was their first 80-point half on the road since Nov. 2, 1990, against the Denver Nuggets when they scored 87 in the first half.
43: Warriors also had their highest-scoring first quarter of the season with 43 points. The total marked the Warriors 10th 40-point quarter of the 2017-18 season.
HIGHLIGHT OF THE NIGHT
In the first half, Klay Thompson hit a baseline jumper as Raptors center Serge Ibaka fell to the ground. The sequence caused much of the Warriors bench to fall down with laughter.