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Toronto Raptors

Lowry and Ibaka lead the way as Raptors earn an impressive 20-point road win over Warriors

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Kyle Lowry's double-double led Toronto past Golden State (NBA Getty Images)

In a showdown between two of the NBA's best teams, the Raptors (23-7) bested the Golden State Warriors (19-10) for the second time this season.

Without star forward Kawhi Leonard, Toronto earned a 20-point road win for the second consecutive night after earning a dominant 24-point win over the LA Clippers Tuesday night. Golden State's four-game win streak was snapped.

If you missed any of the action, check below for live score updates, highlights and stats from throughout the night.

Toronto Raptors vs. Golden State Warriors:

Preview | Box score | Play-by-play

Final: Raptors 113, Warriors 93

12:55 a.m. - Final Stats

12:50 a.m. - It's a wrap here in Oakland, as the Raptors earn a 113-93 win over the Warriors without star forward Kawhi Leonard.

Kyle Lowry looks back to form as he led the way with 23 points (on 9-for-18 shooting), 12 assists and five rebounds. Serge Ibaka finished with 20-point, 12-rebound double-double and added two blocks.

Danny Green delivered an impressive 15-point, five-assist, four-rebound performance while Pascal Siakam (13 points) and Fred VanVleet (10 points) also finished in double figures.

Golden State, who shot 47.6 percent from the field and 23.1 percent from deep, was led by 30 points from Kevin Durant. It was a rough night for Stephen Curry, who scored just 10 points on 3-for-12 shooting and Klay Thompson, who finished with 14 points on 7-for-17 shooting. Quinn Cook (13 points) was the only other Warrior to score in double figures.

Toronto, who improved to 2-0 on a four-game West Coast trip, takes the floor again Friday when it visits Portland.

12:46 a.m. - The Raptors lead by 20 points with less than two minutes remaining in the game and a "Let's Go Raptors" chant has begun in ORACLE Arena.

This one is all but over.

12:36 a.m. - We've reached another break in the action as the Raptors lead 97-76 with just 5:41 left to play.

Toronto is less than six minutes away from its first win in Oakland since Feb. 2004. Coming into tonight, the Raptors had lost 13 consecutive road games against the Warriors.

12:30 a.m. - The Raptors have outscored the Warriors 11-3 through the first five minutes of the fourth quarter; Toronto now leads 93-70 with 7:11 remaining in the game.

Timeout on the floor.

12:24 a.m. - A Delon Wright layup gives the Raptors their first 20-point lead of the night

A 3-pointer from C.J. Miles and an and-one from Greg Monroe on consecutive possessions make it a 26-point lead for the Raptors, who lead 93-67 with 8:39 remaining in the game.

End of Third Quarter: Raptors 82, Warriors 67

12:17 a.m. - Toronto takes a 15-point lead into the fourth quarter as it has held Golden State to 4-for-22 shooting from deep through three.

Led by 18 points from Serge Ibaka, each of the Raptors five starters are in double figures. Kyle Lowry has 16 points, Danny Green has scored 15 while Pascal Siakam has added 11 points and Fred VanVleet has 10 points through three.

Kevin Durant leads Golden State with 25 points (on 11-for-19 shooting) while Klay Thompson has 14 points (on 7-for-17 shooting) and Stephen Curry has just 10 points (on 3-for-11 shooting).

12:05 a.m - A Jordan Bell goaltend gives Fred VanVleet eight points on the night and the Raptors now lead 72-54.

Timeout Warriors with 4:48 remaining in the third.

11:57 p.m. - Timeout on the floor with 7:44 remaining in the third quarter and the Raptors lead 64-49.

Kyle Lowry's assist total is up to 10 for his 12th double-double of the year and Serge Ibaka has grabbed his 10th rebound for his fourth double-double of the year.

11:52 p.m. - Three minutes have passed in the second half and Toronto's lead is up to 19.

The Raptors lead 64-45 with 9:00 left in the third.

Halftime: Raptors 57, Warriors 41

11:45 p.m. - Jonas Valanciunas injury update: the Raptors centre is OUT for the remainder of the game with a dislocated left thumb.

11:40 p.m. - Some halftime stats:

11:37 p.m. - The first half is in the books and Toronto holds a 57-41 lead over Golden State.

Kyle Lowry is working to erase all memory of his recent slump as he finishes the half with 14 points and eight assists. Serge Ibaka ha sadded 12 points and a game-high eight rebounds and Danny Green also reached double figures in the first half with 11 points.

On what has been a rough shooting night for the Warriors, Kevin Durant leads the way with 12 points and six rebounds. It's been a rough night for Klay Thompson so far, as each Warrior has eight points but has combined to shoot 6-for-19 from the field.

11:35 p.m. - Kevin Durant with the smooth move and emphatic finish.

11:27 p.m. - Just over two minutes remain in the first half and the Warriors have just 35 points.

Kyle Lowry's 12 points and eight assists lead the way as the Raptors are up 51-35 with 2:11 left. Timeout on the floor.

11:20 p.m. - Centre Jonas Valanciunas appears shaken up after a fall and is taken back to the locker room. More to come.

11:16 p.m. - The first timeout of the second frame comes with 7:28 remaining in the half.

It's been pretty even through the first five minutes of the quarter and the Raptors have a 39-31 lead.

End of First Quarter: Raptors 31, Warriors 22

11:07 p.m. - At the end of one, the Raptors hold a nine-point lead over the Warriors.

Toronto's offence has been paced by Kyle Lowry, who leads the way with nine points and four assists. Serge Ibaka has a game-high four rebounds and six points so far.

Kevin Durant's six points and three assists lead the way for the Warriors, who are shooting just 40.9 percent from the field after 12 minutes.

10:59 p.m. - Jonas Valanciunas finishes above the rim with authority.

10:56 p.m. - Timeout on the floor with 3:45 remaining in the quarter - the Raptors lead the Warriors 24-15.

Kyle Lowry now has a game-high eight points to go along with three points.

10:52 p.m. - A 3-pointer from Fred VanVlet gives the Raptors their first double-digit lead of the night midway through the first quarter.

Toronto gets a stop and a Kyle Lowry and-one to puts the team up 13 points. It's an 18-2 run for the visitors.

10:48 p.m. - We've reached our first break in the action as the Warriors call for a timeout five minutes into the first.

Toronto leads 13-9 with 7:03 remaining in the first quarter.

Serge Ibaka and Kyle Lowry each have five points to lead the Raptors.

10:40 p.m. - Kyle Lowry picks up right where he left off Tuesday night in Los Angeles, getting the Raptors on the board first with a jumper.

Pregame

10:30 p.m. - The Warriors will start Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green and Kevon Looney.

9:47 p.m. - In Kawhi Leonard's absence, the Raptors will again start Kyle Lowry, Fred VanVleet, Danny Green, Pascal Siakam and Serge Ibaka

9:30 p.m. - According to a report from The Athletic's Shams Charania, Kawhi Leonard is OUT for tonight's game.

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