Warriors overcome dreadful first half, beat Sixers with spark from Toscano-Anderso and Poole

SAN FRANCISCO — The first half of this Thanksgiving eve game saw, arguably, one of the worst first half performances by the Warriors this year. But these Warriors have no problem overcome their worst. Led by Juan Toscano-Anderson and Jordan Poole, the Warriors overcame a 19-point deficit to beat the Philadelphia 76ers 116-96, a 20-point victory.

That half was dragged down primarily by a lethargic and disjointed first quarter in which the Warriors put up 23 points shooting 8-of-19 (42%) from the field and 3-of-9 from three.