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Warriors’ Damion Lee commits 5 bad plays late in loss vs. Raptors

Golden State Warriors guard Damion Lee had several chances to upset the Toronto Raptors but failed in all of them.

After getting a key steal on Norman Powell, Lee got fouled and headed to the free-throw line. An 88.2 percent shooter at the line, Lee uncharacteristically missed two free throws, failing to cut the lead to two points with 25.8 seconds remaining.

Lucky for him, the Warriors got the offensive rebound. Lo and behold, Lee was presented a golden opportunity to redeem himself with an open 3-pointer. It would’ve cut the Raptors lead to just one.

However, lady luck just wasn’t on his side as his shot went in an out of the rim. The Warriors got another offensive rebound, tossed it back to him but then, he fumbled the ball which pretty much sealed their defeat.

It was a horrendous night for Lee. He has a chance to bounce back on Saturday when they face the Philadelphia 76ers.

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