The Golden State Warriors remained unbeaten by defeating the Toronto Raptors, 112-109 on Saturday and rewriting NBA history once again by going 21-0, the best start the league has seen in its existence.

As usual, Stephen Curry saved the day for the Warriors, hitting a couple of clutch three-pointers with over three minutes to go in the game when the Raptors threatened to give Golden State their first loss of the season.

Overall, Curry scored 44 points on 14-of-24 shooting from the field but more impressively, he made 9-of-15 three-pointers on top of 7 assists.

Curry scored 10 points in the final 3:36 of the game--- the first 3-pointer came when the Raptors held a 98-95 lead and Curry tied the game; a minute later, Curry nailed another long bomb that gave the Warriors a 102-100 lead and Curry went 4-of-4 from the free throw line to put some safe distance against a Raptors squad that had multiple chances of stealing the game.

Curry’s counterpart, Kyle Lowry also had a big scoring night. The Raptors PG posted 41 points and 7 assists but he missed a key FT down the stretch that would have tied the game with 44 seconds to go in the game. DeMar DeRozan added 16 points but shot just 5-of-19 from the field.

Curry and the Warriors took care of business from the FT line and the visitors notched 11th road victory of the season. Klay Thompson had 26 points including 6 three-pointers while Draymond Green had 16 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists. Festus Ezeli had 8 points and 10 rebounds for the Warriors, who also beat the Raptors in a close affair in Golden State about three weeks ago.

The Raptors have lost back-to-back and three of their last four games. Toronto continues a six-game home stand with games against the Los Angeles Lakers, San Antonio Spurs, Milwaukee Bucks and Philadelphia 76ers in their next four outings.

Meanwhile, the Warriors will aim to further re-establish the NBA record for the best start in the regular season with road games against the Brooklyn Nets, Indiana Pacers, Boston Celtics and Bucks in their next four.

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