The Golden State Warriors suffered another loss on Sunday night, and to say that the home fans at the Chase Center weren’t happy about it would be a massive understatement.
A lot of Dubs supporters couldn’t even manage to wait until the final buzzer before heading for the exits. This isn’t a major surprise considering how the Toronto Raptors completely blew out Stephen Curry and Co. on their own home floor in what turned out to be another disappointing evening for Golden State.
Golden State Warriors Fans Go Full Savage on Team
This game was pretty much over by halftime. The Raptors were able to mount a 76-49 lead at the break, which led to the fans booing their own team as they headed into the locker room:
Warriors fans in the Chase Center are currently booing the Dubs going into halftime.
Oh man… pic.twitter.com/Qr1VWJrKFH
— Legion Hoops (@LegionHoops) January 8, 2024
Dub Nation has earned a reputation for being one of the best fans in the league, but even they couldn’t bear the humiliation that was brought about by Toronto’s onslaught on Sunday night.
New Raptors recruit RJ Barrett led the charge for the Raptors, going off for 26 points in the first half. He finished with 37 points on 13-of-20 shooting, to go along with five triples six rebounds, six assists, a steal, and zero turnovers in 36 minutes of action. Simply put, the Warriors had no answer for Barrett in this one.
Golden State has had its fair share of mind-blowing comebacks in the past, but there weren’t going to be any miracles on Sunday night. For their part, the fans decided that enough was enough at the mid-way point of the fourth quarter. Supporters started heading for the exits with more than six minutes remaining in the game as the Warriors were down 124-99:
6:30 left here at Chase Center and fans are leaving in droves as the Warriors trail the Raptors 124-99.
They all boo’d the team as they entered the locker room at halftime down 27 points. pic.twitter.com/s4QiASV9dz
— Jason Dumas (@JDumasReports) January 8, 2024
After Sunday’s loss, the Warriors have now fallen to 11th in the West with a 17-19 record. It goes without saying that Curry and the Dubs are in a world of trouble right now.
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