Jordan Poole’s 43-point bombing GSW Toronto defeated and escaped three consecutive losses
Golden State, which faced a season of crisis due to Stephen Curry’s departure, won a complete victory to change the atmosphere. The main character was Jordan Poole.
The Golden State Warriors won 126-110 in an away game against the Toronto Raptors in the 2022-2023 NBA regular league at Scotia Bank Arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 19th (Korea Standard Time).
Golden State escaped from its third straight loss and rose to 10th place in the Western Conference. Jordan Poole (43 points, 5 3-pointers, 6 assists) scored the most personal points, while Kevin Rooney (11 points, 11 rebounds, 2 assists) recorded a double-double. Golden State broke Toronto with 18 3-pointers.
On the other hand, Toronto, ranked 10th in the Eastern Conference, fell into a five-game losing streak. Fred Vanblet (22 points, 4 3-pointers, 4 rebounds, 8 assists) and Pascal Siakam (27 points, 3 3-pointers, 5 rebounds, 6 assists) fought hard, but failed to block Golden State’s 3-pointers.
It was unusual from the start. Draymond Green scored three three-pointers in one minute and a half of the first quarter. Since then, Pul has also shown firepower by going back and forth between the inside and outside, and Clay Thompson has also added strength from the outside. Golden State, which made as many as eight 3-pointers in the first quarter, finished the first quarter 36-26.
Golden State maintained its lead in the second quarter. He started the second quarter with five consecutive runs and was chased for a while, and the pool showed off its breakthrough power, widening the gap to two digits again. Golden State, where Pool drove in 15 points in the second quarter, ended the second quarter with Thompson, who had been quiet, scoring a three-point shot at the end of the second quarter and running away 68-54 안전놀이터
Golden State did not slow down in the third quarter either. Thomson continued his sense of shooting with a three-point shot early in the third quarter, and Donche Divichenjo also broke his silence. While Toronto relied on Vanblet and Siakam, Golden State showed an even scoring distribution and escaped Toronto’s pursuit early on. At the end of the third quarter, the score was 102-80.
The fourth quarter was also time for Golden State. Jamaican Green broke Toronto’s will to chase by collaborating with Draymond Green on an all-around dunk, and Jordan Poole continued his good sense of shooting and surpassed his first 40 points early on. Golden State, which ran away by 22 points thanks to Draymond Green’s under-the-goal goal about three minutes before the end of the game, later secured a comfortable victory after evenly hiring bench members