Toronto Raptors 105 Golden State Warriors 106
The Toronto Raptors went into Sundays tilt with the Warriors looking to build on their win over Sacramento on Friday night.
Unfortunately for Toronto that momentum was stopped short at the hands of the Warriors.
In a back and forth affair it came down to the final possession.
A late foul sent Damion Lee to the line to put the Warriors ahead 106-105 with just a few second remaining.
Toronto would get a chance to win it, but Pascal Siakams turn around jumper at the buzzer did not fall.
With the loss Toronto holds a record of 2-7 on the season, currently sitting 13th in the eastern conference.
Siakam led the way for Toronto on Sunday, playing one of his best games of the season.
Pascal finished the contest with 25 points 11 rebounds and 3 assists in 40 minutes of action.
Toronto struggled once again off the bench against the Warriors.
The Raptors second unit was heavily out played, being out scored 46-23 on Sunday night.
Bench production has been a consistent problem this season for the Raptors.
Chris Boucher has been the only bench player to get significant minutes and have an impact this season.
In an off night for Steph Curry Golden State rallied with seven players finishing in double digits.
Canadian Andrew Wiggins was the high man for the Warriors finishing with 17 points in 34 minutes of action.
Toronto will now head to Portland to take on the Trailblazers on Monday night.
Tip off is set for 10pm EST.