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The Warriors try to snap a 2-game losing streak on the road. Fortunately, the effort is helped by playing the Raptors.

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Warriors (26-17) vs Raptors(16-28)

Tip-Off: 4:00PM PST, 7:00 EST at Air Canada Center

TV: CSN Bay Area, League Pass | Radio: KNBR 680

Blog Buddy: RaptorsHQ
If it wasn't for technology failures, I wouldn't have anything to complain about. But as a result, you've been spared my rant on the Milwaukee game, and general snarkiness for the last couple of days. Your vacation is now officially over.

Breaking news

on Twitter via Rusty_SFChron 1:49pm

Warriors players/coaches among early pregame workout groups think Andrew Bogut will play vs. Toronto tonight, but all are holding breath.

Then at 3:00

Andrew Bogut replaced Jeremy Tyler on Warriors active roster, signed by head coach Mark Jackson. Jackson said Bogut will start if he plays

Well, that would be an official Big Deal, if it happens - and kinda makes things more interesting in terms of the game tonight. We'll have to wait and see, but it sounds like it may be a matter of days, instead of weeks.

When last we saw the Warriors, they didn't have it all. In terms of rebounds, they didn't have nearly enough, giving up excessive offensive boards to both Chicago and Milwaukee. The good news is that the Raptors aren't as good as either the Bulls or Bucks.They're 28th in rebounds per game, as opposed to sixth and seventh, and the boards will hopefully not be as much of a problem tonight, with or without Bogut.

The Dubs haven't been shooting well, either. Of course the Raptors let their opponents shoot .461 from the field - tied for fourth-worst with the Hornets and Trailblazers. To add to the Warriors' possibilities, Toronto is 4-5 at home this month.

Predictions

  • Warriors by 6