It's not often that you see an NBA team blow a lead as large as the one the Toronto Raptors let go last night.
Similarly, it's not often you find a squad that can shoot like the Golden State Warriors.
It was a perfect storm of those two things coming together last night, as Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and the rest of the Warriors shot the Raptors out of the building Tuesday to come from behind and win 112-103 after trailing by as many as 27.
It was the largest lead Toronto has blown in franchise history.
Where's your Minnesota connection?
In the 2009 NBA draft general manager David Kahn and the Wolves selected Ricky Rubio No. 5, Jonny Flynn No. 6, and Curry fell right into the lap of Golden State at No. 7.