For all the talk of the defensive mindset brought to the Golden State Warriors from head coach Mark Jackson, their offense couldn't be playing any worse at the moment, falling to the Toronto Raptor by the score of 83-75 Sunday evening at the Air Canada Centre, the W's lowest point total of the season.
Golden State's road woes continue after shooting only 36 percent from the field, lead by David Lee's 22 points and 12 rebounds, and Monta Ellis' 20 and seven assists. Aside from that, it was very ugly, Ekpe Udoh, Brandon Rush and Nate Robinson each scoring seven apiece, but shooting a combined 7-26 from the floor.
DeMar DeRozan led the way for Toronto with 25 points, while Leandro Barbosa sparked the bench with 18 points including 3-5 from downtown.
The Warriors now limp themselves to the District of Colombia on Monday to take on the Wizards at the Verizon Center, looking to avoid their third loss in the last four games.
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