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Toronto Raptors vs. Golden State Warriors: Live score, updates, news, stats and highlights

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The Toronto Raptors trailed by 15 heading into the fourth quarter but had an opportunity to win as time expired.

Toronto showed great resolve by mounting a fourth-quarter rally but Pascal Siakam's potential game-winner rimmed out as time expired as the Golden State Warriors earned a 106-105 win.

If you missed any of the action, check below for a running diary of the action.

Toronto Raptors vs. Golden State Warriors

Final: Warriors 106, Raptors 105

11:07: Pascal Siakam got a very clean look in a turnaround jumper from about 17 feet out but it rimmed out as time expired and the Raptors suffer a one-point loss.

Toronto falls to 2-7 on the season while Golden State moves to 6-4 through 10 games.

11:03 p.m. - Lee sinks both free throws.

Golden State leads 106-105 with 4.3 seconds remaining in regulation.

Timeout Toronto, as it will draw up a play for the win.

11:00 p.m. - The foul is confirmed, however, it was prior to the 3-point attempt, meaning Lee will get two free throws. Officials have also added a second back to the clock.

He has an opportunity to put the Warriors up by a point if he connects on both.

10:59 p.m. - There's a foul on the floor…

Damion Lee draws a foul on a 3-point attempt but Nick Nurse has signalled for a coach's challenge.

There's effectively a timeout on the floor as we await the result.

Should the call stand, Lee will have an opportunity to put the Warriors up two points with 3.3 seconds remaining in regulation.

10:58 p.m. - 7.7 seconds remain and the Raptors lead 105-104.

Toronto is one stop away from completing the comeback.

10:49 p.m. - This is getting good!

Chris Boucher gives Toronto its first lead of the night with a tip-in and Kyle Lowry extends the lead with a 3-pointer before Stephen Curry responds with his first 3 of the night.

Two Pascal Siakam free throws put the Raptors back up by three with under two minutes left.

Expect a frenetic finish.

10:45 p.m. - Kyle Lowry is absolutely relentless.

Toronto's point guard has 13 points in the fourth and the Raptors trail 97-96 with 3:34 remaining in regulation.

Timeout on the floor, as Toronto is still seeking its first lead of the night.

10:34 p.m. - Things are getting interesting.

The Raptors have outscored the Warriors 16-7 to open the quarter and trail 94-88 with 7:47 remaining in regulation. Kyle Lowry is leading the charge as he's seemingly had a hand in everything and is up to nine points, six rebounds and six assists.

Toronto is also in the bonus for the remainder of the game, which could come in handy as it can chip away at the deficit with the clock stopped.

10:28 p.m. - Don't count the Raptors out just yet.

Kyle Lowry has been especially aggressive to start the fourth as the Raptors look to chip away a fourth-quarter deficit to make things interesting.

Less than three minutes into the fourth, Toronto is down 11 with an opportunity to make it a single-digit deficit at the free-throw line.

End of Third Quarter: Warriors 87, Raptors 72

10:19 p.m. - After cutting the deficit to four, the Raptors find themselves down 15 heading into the final frame.

Pascal Siakam leads all scorers with 20 points (on 50.0% shooting) but as a team, Toronto is shooting 28-for-73 (38.9%) from the field. Stephen Curry is 1-for-14 from the field and 0-for-9 from deep but outside of him, Golden State is shooting 32-for-59 from the field and 10-for-23 from deep.

The Raptors will have their work cut out for them to make this a game in the fourth.

10:07 p.m. - Toronto continues to hang around but hasn't gotten closer than four points.

Timeout on the floor as the Warriors are back out to a 76-68 lead with 3:39 left in the third.

Golden State is still ahead despite Stephen Curry having just three points on 1-for-12 shooting through his first 27 minutes of action. It's been an equally uncharacteristic night for Kyle Lowry, who has just one point and is 0-for-5 from the field.

9:58 p.m. - This is a resilient Raptors squad.

Despite shots not falling, Toronto is still looking to claw back as it opens the half on a 12-6 run to cut the deficit to four.

A 3-pointer from Norman Powell makes it 67-63 and Steve Kerr calls for a timeout with 7:43 left in the third.

9:52 p.m. - Fred VanVleet gets the third quarter going with a triple.

Raptors cut it to seven and look to build as the second half is underway.

Halftime: Warriors 61, Raptors 51

9:38 p.m. - One half is in the books and Golden State takes a 10-point lead into the break.

So far, it's been an awful shooting night for the Raptors, who are 20-for-52 (39.2%) from the field and 6-for-21 (28.6%) from beyond the arc. Despite a largely off night for the team, Pascal Siakam leads all scorers with 16 points while Chris Boucher has added 10 points (on 80.0% shooting) off the bench.

For the Warriors, Andrew Wiggins leads the way with 11 points (on 4-for-7 shooting) while rookie James Wiseman has added 10 points (on 5-for-7 shooting). Steph Curry has yet to get going as he has just three points on 1-for-7 shooting.

Aside from shooting, bench scoring has been a glaring difference as the Warriors' reserves are outscoring the Raptors second unit 25-14.

9:30 p.m. - A nice response from the Raptors, who score two quick buckets to prompt the Warriors to call a timeout.

It's 51-39 as the first half winds down.

9:25 p.m. - The Golden State Warriors are on an extended 15-6 run and now lead 51-35.

Timeout Raptors.

Andrew Wiggins leads Golden State with nine points while James Wiseman, Eric Paschall and Damion Lee have each scored eight points. Brad Wanamaker has added seven points off the bench.

Toronto is extremely cold to start, shooting 13-for-40 (31.7%) from the field and 4-for-17 (22.2%) from beyond the arc.

9:17 p.m. - A little over four minutes into the second frame, the Warriors are up by 11.

Golden State leads 43-32, prompting Nick Nurse to signal for a timeout.

After taking care of the ball in the first quarter, the Raptors have been a bit sloppier in the second. As a bright spot, Chris Boucher is up to 10 points off the bench against his former team.

End of First Quarter: Warriors 31, Raptors 24

9:07 p.m. - A 3-pointer from Eric Paschall with 0.3 seconds remaining gives the Warriors a seven-point lead.

Pascal Siakam leads all scorers with 11 points while Andrew Wiggins leads the way for Golden State with nine points.

Steph Curry has just two points after one but the Warriors have assisted on 10 of their 12 made field goals.`

8:57 p.m. - At the second break of the night, Golden State leads 18-11.

Andrew Wiggins leads all scorers with nine points on a perfect 3-for-3 from beyond the arc.

Pascal Siakam leads the way for Toronto early on with six points.

8:50 p.m. - Over five minutes of game time has elapsed and the Raptors have yet to connect on a field goal.

Golden State leads 10-3 as we reach the first break in the action at the 6:55 mark of the first quarter.

While the Raptors are shooting 0-for-9 from the field, the Warriors are 4-for-9 early on, including two buckets from James Wiseman.

8:43 p.m. - Warriors rookie James Wiseman makes the most of his size advantage, scoring over OG Anunoby on the block to get Golden State on the board first.

Game on.

Pregame

8:20 p.m. - The Warriors are rolling with a starting unit of Stephen Curry, Kelly Oubre Jr., Andrew Wiggins, Draymond Green and James Wiseman.

8:10 p.m. - Starting lineup change for the Raptors!

Toronto will go with a starting five of Kyle Lowry, Fred VanVleet, Norman Powell, OG Anunoby and Pascal Siakam in this one.

7:55 p.m. - Black statement uniforms for the Toronto Raptors, who are set to take the Chase Center floor for the second time ever.

7:15 p.m. - Per Sportsnet's Michael Grange, Nick Nurse confirms that Kyle Lowry will be back in action on Sunday, adding that there will be another shakeup in the starting lineup.

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