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Warriors vs. Trailblazers Final Score: Dubs win 136-111 to improve to 69-8

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Nice.

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The Golden State Warriors just won their 69th game of the season. Stephen Curry and Damian Lillard battled like a couple of crazed shot-making bball nuts, but in the end, the Warriors won the match 136-111. Their current win record, 69, ties them for second most on the all time list of games won in a single season. Reminder: they have five more games left. Yikes.

Steph ended up with 39 points, on 13-21 shooting, including 9-13 from behind the arc. For comparison: Damian Lillard ended the game with 38 points on 13-27 shooting (4-9 from three point-land).

The third quarter was a show unlike any other, as Steph and Dame went back and forth, back and forth. It was fireworks, fireball, fire itself incarnate.

But really, as we move forward, what more is there to say?

Assorted notes and tweets

First Quarter

Both teams came out the gate blazing. Or, er, maybe blazing is the wrong word. But, not Dubbing. They both came out...hot?

Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry both opened the game with three pointers.

Draymond Green had a number of strong moves and beautiful passes out of the post.

The Blazers shot lights out and went up by double digits.

However, the Warriors stormed back and ended the quarter only down by six points, 37-31.

Second Quarter

The Warriors' bench came out strong, as Leandro Barbosa had two straight cuts to the basket to trim the lead to one point.

Also, this happened.

ONE THOUSAND? ONE THOUSAND?! Oh lord.

Right before the half, Steph made a sick, sick, sick pass.

Just, sickness incarnate.

The Warriors won the quarter by 13 points, and headed into the locker room leading 63-56.

Third Quarter

Stephen Curry and Damian Lillard engaged in def-con rage mode: engage.

Leading to this:

And again and again, Curry and Lillard just went at each other.

Barbosa had a couple of really strong plays to close out the third, including a three pointer and a fast-break layup.

The Warriors fouled the Blazers with 0.8 seconds left, giving them free points, but still headed into the final frame leading 101-89.

Fourth Quarter

Well, that got ugly real quick. The Warriors came out and opened a can of butt-whooping. Draymond Green collected his 13th triple-double of the season.

Brandon Rush, Klay Thompson, and Steph all hit treys, and the Warriors just straight ran away with the game.

Final score: 136-111

Apparently, they heard Mama Green! lol

All we can say is: Nice.