Durant scored 25 points and Draymond Green had 14 for the Warriors, who have won 12 straight on the road.
Curry was questionable with a sprained ankle for Golden State's game in Milwaukee on Friday night.
Russell Westbrook had 25 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists to lead Oklahoma City to a win at Charlotte, snapping a three-game losing streak.
Raptors guard Delon Wright, left, drives against Warriors guard. The Raptors were whistled for 23 fouls, compared to 20 for the Warriors, but Toronto actually attempted more free throws (32-28).
Curry, who has missed the past two games, is officially listed as probable on the team injury report.
Fred VanVleet's three-pointer at the buzzer rounded out the scoring.
DeRozan passed Carter with his 92nd career game of 30 points or more. OG Anunoby added 17 while Serge Ibaka had 14 as Toronto suffered just its third home loss but finished a three-game homestand 1-2.
LAKERS 107, MAVERICKS 101: Julius Randle's rebound and late putback sealed an overtime victory for Los Angeles in Dallas.
Toronto outscored the Warriors 35-27 in the third to cut their lead to 108-89 heading into the fourth. Golden State's 19 road wins are the most in the National Basketball Association.
DeMar DeRozan scored 42 points for the Raptors, but the Warriors had just enough to beat Toronto for the eighth straight time.
The move is seen as a precautionary one as Golden State has back-to-back games concluding Saturday at Toronto. Blake Griffin had 11 points and nine assists as one of eight Clippers in double figures.
Fellow Splash Brother Klay Thompson had 20, fellow MVP award victor Kevin Durant had 15 and Draymond Green had 12 points, eight assists and was an absurd +33 as the visitors built a 26-point lead on a group of Raptors that had just throttled Cleveland and had the East's best home record. Trouble is, the remainder of Toronto's lineup accounted for the remaining 16 points as the Warriors shot a sizzling 73.9 per cent from the field (17-of-23) and 5-of-9 from three-point range.