Toscano-Anderson posted 10 points (5-8 FG, 0-2 3Pt), five assists and four rebounds across 31 minutes Sunday in the Warriors' 117-113 win over the Kings.
Toscano-Anderson has cleared the 25-minute mark in both of his first two games since returning from a two-game absence due to a concussion. The second-year forward's opportunities will become more limited when the Warriors are at full strength, but he should continue to see elevated run for at least a few more games while all of Eric Paschall (hip), Damion Lee (COVID-19 health and safety protocols), Kent Bazemore (COVID-19 health and safety protocols) and James Wiseman (knee) are sidelined.
Toscano-Anderson (concussion) has been cleared to play in Friday's game against the Nuggets, Wes Goldberg of The San Jose Mercury News
Toscano-Anderson will return from a two-game absence. Barring any setbacks, look for him to take on his usual workload.
Toscano-Anderson (concussion) is listed as questionable for Friday's game against Denver.
Toscano-Anderson has missed the last two games due to a concussion, and he remains uncertain for Friday. He likely won't be looking at a heavy workload Friday, if he's available.
Toscano-Anderson (concussion) will not play Wednesday at Washington.
Toscano-Anderson will miss at least one more game as he remains in the league's concussion protocol. When he returns, the forward will likely see reduced minutes with Kelly Oubre back healthy.
Toscano-Anderson (concussion) is listed as out for Monday's game against the 76ers.
Toscano-Anderson will be sidelined after he entered the concussion protocol following Saturday's 119-114 loss to the Celtics. He had received double-digit minutes in each of the last five games as the Warriors' first big man off the bench, but his absence should open up more minutes for Kevon Looney and Alen Smailagic.
Toscano-Anderson was diagnosed with a concussion after Saturday's loss to the Celtics.
The 28-year-old suffered the concussion when he flipped over the scorer's table saving a ball from going out of bounds, and he also required some stitches for a head laceration. Toscano-Anderson will need to clear the league's concussion protocols before returning to action for Golden State.
Toscano-Anderson exited Saturday's loss to the Celtics with a head laceration and is being evaluated for a concussion, John Dickinson of 95.7 The Game San Francisco reports.
The 28-year-old saved a ball from going out of bounds during the fourth quarter Saturday but tumbled over the scorer's table, and he hit his head during the fall. Toscano-Anderson figures to miss some time if he is confirmed to have suffered a concussion.
Toscano-Anderson totaled 20 points (8-9 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 1-2 FT), seven rebounds, three assists, one steal and one block in a 119-101 victory over the Cavaliers on Thursday.
Toscano-Anderson had a strong two-way performance and recorded a new career-high point total. The forward was also able to pick up at least five rebounds for the third time in his last four contests. Over that stretch, Toscano-Anderson has averaged 9.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game.
Toscano-Anderson (elbow) is probable for Saturday's game against the Rockets.
After a two-game absence, Toscano-Anderson should be back on the court. With Kelly Oubre (wrist) out, he could see an expanded role.
Toscano-Anderson has been ruled out for Friday's game against the Wizards due to left elbow soreness.
Toscano-Anderson wasn't initially listed on the injury report for Friday's matchup, but he's apparently dealing with an elbow issue. Kelly Oubre and Alen Smailagic could see increased run for the Warriors on Friday.
Toscano-Anderson tallied 15 points (6-6 FG, 3-3 3Pt), six rebounds, four assists and two steals across 26 minutes in Thursday's 141-119 loss to the Kings.
Toscano-Anderson provided a balanced line to go along with his perfect shooting performance. He garnered a spot in the starting five in place of the injured Draymond Green, and based on his recent totals, the Warriors will likely give him more than the 19.4-minute average he is receiving currently. A healthy James Wiseman is back to work in the paint, but the Marquette product will platoon with the rookie moving forward.
Toscano-Anderson is starting Thursday's game against Sacramento, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.
Toscano-Anderson didn't come off the bench in Tuesday's loss to Philadelphia, but he'll join the starting lineup in place of Draymond Green (illness) against the Kings. Toscano-Anderson could see plenty of run for the Warriors, especially if Eric Paschall (illness) is unavailable.
Toscano-Anderson (coach's decision) didn't leave the bench Tuesday in the Warriors' 108-98 loss to the 76ers.
After averaging 13.3 minutes per game over the past six contests while coming off the bench, Toscano-Anderson lost hold of his rotation spot entirely with the Warriors welcoming back James Wiseman (COVID-19 health and safety protocols) and Kevon Looney (COVID-19 health and safety protocols). Draymond Green, Wiseman and Looney look poised to serve as the Warriors' primary big men moving forward, and Eric Paschall -- who also cleared the health and safety protocol Tuesday but didn't play -- may also remain ahead of Toscano-Anderson in the frontcourt pecking order.
Toscano-Anderson posted 11 points (4-7 FG, 3-5 3Pt), six rebounds, six assists, three steals and two blocked shots across 24 minutes in Saturday's 111-103 loss to the Grizzlies.
Toscano-Anderson found himself running the offense over a few possessions, a role that isn't too familiar for the Marquette product. The Warriors had to use several role players to absorb Stephen Curry's output, and the sconed-year pro was one of the key pieces in that effort. He shot well from the field and offered season-highs in assists and three-pointers.
Toscano-Anderson will start Thursday's game against Phoenix, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.
Toscano-Anderson is set for his first start since Feb. 20 as the team is without Stephen Curry (rest), Kelly Oubre (wrist) and Draymond Green (ankle) in their last game prior to the All-Star break. In 10 starts during February, Toscano-Anderson wasn't highly productive, averaging 7.7 points, 6.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game.
Toscano-Anderson saw a team-high 27 minutes in Sunday's loss to the Lakers, finishing with seven points (3-5 FG, 1-2 3Pt), five rebounds, four assists and two steals.
It was a nice all-around effort for Toscano-Anderson, who took advantage of a blowout scenario to play his most minutes in any game since Feb. 15. Draymond Green departed Sunday's game with a sprained ankle, so his status is something to monitor heading into a Wednesday/Thursday back-to-back before the All-Star break. If Green misses time, Toscano-Anderson could be looking at a significant boost in minutes.
Toscano-Anderson (coach's decision) went unused off the bench Tuesday in the Warriors' 114-106 win over the Knicks.
After logging double-digit minutes in each of the past 11 games and making 10 starts in a row, Toscano-Anderson moved back to the bench with Kevon Looney (ankle) rejoining the top unit in his return to action. James Wiseman (wrist) also returned from a multi-game absence, leaving no room in the rotation for Toscano-Anderson while Draymond Green and Eric Paschall covered the available minutes at power forward. Toscano-Anderson will likely need one of those four frontcourt players to miss time again in order to regain a spot in the rotation.
Toscano-Anderson had 13 points (4-5 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 4-4 FT), five rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block in 28 minutes in Monday's 129-98 win over the Cavaliers.
Toscano-Anderson continues to start at power forward as the Warriors go with a small-ball look in the absence of their top two centers (James Wiseman and Kevon Looney). Since moving up to the top unit, Toscano-Anderson has averaged 9.3 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.4 combined steals and blocks in 29.0 minutes per game.
Toscano-Anderson tallied eight points (4-6 FG, 0-1 3Pt), 11 rebounds and two assists across 29 minutes Monday in the Warriors' 105-100 loss to the Spurs.
Toscano-Anderson picked up his third straight start at power forward, filling in at the position while Draymond Green shifted over to center in place of the injured James Wiseman (wrist). The second-year forward hasn't attempted more than eight shots in any of those three contests, but he's been a solid streaming option for rebounds (9.7 per game). Toscano-Anderson looks like he'll continue to see elevated minutes until the Warriors get Wiseman and Kevon Looney (ankle) back in action.
Toscano-Anderson recorded 14 points (6-8 FG, 2-4 3Pt), eight rebounds, five assists and two blocks in 40 minutes during Golden State's 147-116 win over Dallas.
With the Warriors missing three important front-court players, Toscano-Anderson got the start Thursday. The forward led his team in minutes and was a team-high plus-26 when on the floor. The second-year man is averaging 16.5 points, five rebounds and three assists in games where he plays over 25 minutes this season. Toscano-Anderson will likely see a similar role in a rematch against Dallas on Saturday.
|Last 7 Games|
|05/04||@ NO||L 103-108||25||3||6||4||2||1||1|
|05/03||@ NO||W 123-108||33||14||5||4||1||0||1|
|05/01||@ HOU||W 113-87||34||6||6||4||3||4||5|
|04/29||@ MIN||L 114-126||28||6||4||1||0||2||0|
|04/27||vs DAL||L 103-133||20||2||4||4||3||0||0|
|04/25||vs SAC||W 117-113||31||10||4||5||2||0||0|
|04/23||vs DEN||W 118-97||26||9||8||4||3||1||0|
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