NBA: Raptors Bitter Curry's Reappearance | NBA 2019



After four months of injury loss, he signs 23 points in 27 minutes, but the Warriors fall at home against Toronto (113-121)

Stephen Curry, along with Raptors player Norman Powell.

The Raptors have conquered the Chase Center of San Francisco (113-121) in the return of Stephen Curry after overcoming his long injury Four months and 58 games after suffering a fracture in his left hand, Curry, double MVP of the NBA (2015 and 2016), reappears in a Golden State Warriors in need of joy – they are the worst team in the entire league – and have long since been ruled out of the fight by the 'playoffs'.

Starting as a starter, the base sum 23 points in 27 minutes and helped his team retain victory options until the last possessions, when he ended up deciding Pascal Siakam with a couple of great plays.

The Raptors showed their wide range of resources and, with the leadership of Norman Powell (37 points) and Kyle Lowry (26 and 10 assists), resolved a demanding game to maintain two advantage wins over Boston Celtics in the fight for second place of the Eastern Conference.

As for the Spanish, Marc Gasol still low and Serge Ibaka scored a 'double-double' (13 points and 13 rebounds) in 30 minutes of play, becoming one of the six players of the Canadian team in double digits.

Willy Hernangmez I returned to perform at a good level, playing almost 23 minutes with the Hornets in which sum 14 points and 6 rebounds. Led by Devonte Graham (24), his team fights until the end against some powerful Nuggets, but Terry Rozier misses triple the horn that would have left the victory in Charlotte.

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