The Warriors’ marquee offseason acquisition, Andre Iguodala, is averaging 9.4 points per game - his lowest output since his rookie season - and 4.9 rebounds per game - the lowest total of his career. What a bust, Warriors head coach Mark Jackson joked before the team took off for Toronto on Saturday. […] he wins, and he plays great team basketball. Iguodala is leading the league in plus-minus rating, meaning the Warriors outscore their opponents by 9.1 points per game when he’s on the floor. The Warriors have held opponents to fewer than 100 points 29 times and limited the opposition to less than 40 percent shooting 19 times with Iguodala on the court. Many of Iguodala’s gaudy defensive numbers, which include being tied for 11th in the league in steals, have been accumulated while he’s been playing at less than 100 percent. The Warriors’ point guard has averaged 27.3 points on 53.7 percent shooting in those games - his best numbers against any opponent. … The Warriors outscored Toronto 42-15 in the fourth quarter and rallied from a 27-point deficit for a 112-103 victory Dec. 3. … The Raptors got banged up in their 134-129 triple-overtime loss to Washington on Thursday, with point guard Kyle Lowry and small forward Terrence Ross incurring ankle injuries.