OAKLAND, Calif. -- Point guard Stephen Curry scored 27 points and shooting guard Klay Thompson had 22 as the Golden State Warriors overcame a 27-point, third-quarter deficit to beat the Toronto Raptors 112-103 Tuesday night.
The Warriors (11-8) beat the Raptors (6-11) for the ninth straight time at Oracle Arena, and they extended Toronto's losing streak this season to four games.
Forward Harrison Barnes added 19 points for the Warriors, and forward David Lee had 18, lifting Golden State too it second straight victory.
Guard DeMar DeRozan led Toronto with 26 points. Guard Kyle Lowry had 20, forward Rudy Gay 18 and forward Amir Johnson 16 off the bench.
The Raptors dominated an ice-cold Warriors team for the first three quarters, beating them at their own long-range game. Curry was 1-for-5 from 3-point distance and Thompson 2-for-7 through three quarters. In the fourth quarter, Thompson went 4-of-5 and Curry 2-for-2 from beyond the arc.
The Raptors saw their lead trimmed to 88-70 heading into the fourth quarter, and the Warriors cut that advantage to 92-81 with 9:03 left to play as Lee scored on a baseline dunk.
Curry's three-point play left sliced Toronto's lead to 97-92. Thompson's 3-point shot made it 99-95 with under four minutes left.
Curry then drained back-to-back 3-pointers, the second one giving Golden State a 101-99 lead with 2:59 left to play. DeRozan scored as the Raptors pulled even, but Thompson drilled a 3-pointer, giving the Warriors a 104-101 lead with just over two minutes left. Curry sank two free throws, making it 106-101 with 1:44 left.
Lowry made two free throws, but Barnes nailed a 3-pointer with 47 seconds left, giving Golden State a 109-103 lead.
The Raptors built a 65-48 halftime lead, going 5-for-9 from beyond the arc, while Golden State went 2-for-7.
Raptors forward Steve Novak came off the bench drained three 3-point shots -- in three attempts -- late in the half as the Toronto pushed its lead to 61-42.
Thompson shot 3-for-7 overall in the first half and scored seven points. Curry went 2-for-6 and scored four points.
Johnson led the Raptors with 14 first-half points. Lowry scored 13 before the break, going 5-for-6 from the field.
Barnes led the Warriors with 16 first-half points, while Lee had 10.
The Raptors picked up in the second half where they left off. DeRozen drilled back-to-back 3-point shots and then Lowry scored, extending Toronto's lead to 75-48 with more than nine minutes left in the third quarter.
NOTES: Raptors F Tyler Hansbrough made his second straight start of the season in place of F Amir Johnson, who started the first 15 games. Hansbrough finished with two points. ... The last time he played the Warriors at Oakland, Johnson came off the bench and scored 23 points, going 10-for-10 from the field in a 125-118 Golden State victory on March 4. ... Warriors starting F Andre Iguodala (left hamstring strain) missed his sixth game, and backup G Toney Douglas (left tibia stress reaction) missed his 12th. Coach Mark Jackson said there is a chance Douglas could play Friday at Memphis. ... Golden State rookie G Nemanja Nedovic tweaked an ankle during pregame warmups but suited up for the game. "Freak play, from what I understand," Jackson said. "Stepping on a defender's foot and coming down the wrong way, but nothing major fortunately." Nedovic played five scoreless minutes.