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The 20-0 Warriors head to Toronto to face the 12-8 Raptors on Saturday afternoon.
In order for Toronto to hand the Warriors their first loss of the season, Raptors GM Masai Ujiri believes his team may need some divine intervention.
On Friday morning, CBS Sports' Jim Rome asked Ujiri what is the key to having success against Golden State.
The GM's answer: "Pray to God."
On Nov. 17, Golden State outlasted the Raptors, 115-110, at Oracle Arena.
The Warriors built an 18-point lead early in the third quarter, but Toronto roared back and even took a 98-96 lead with less than six minutes remaining.
But Steph Curry scored 10 of his game-high 37 points down the stretch, and the Warriors held on to improve to 12-0.
Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan each scored 28 points and the Raptors shot 39 free throws compared to the Warriors' 27 (and a lot of those came late when Toronto was purposely fouling).
Last season, the Warriors won in Toronto 113-89, and led by 41 points after three quarters.
Asked @Raptors GM Masai Ujiri the key to having success against Golden State: “Pray to God.”— Jim Rome (@jimrome) December 4, 2015