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Durant and Klay combine for 63 points to help lead the Warriors to a win in Game 2 of this playoff series.
Steph, KD, and Klay are all still in their healing chambers. But Draymond will be back to battle against last year’s DPOY runner-up in Gobert and the surging Jazz.
With not much to play for, the storyline to watch is if Quinn Cook can continue the "Quinnsanity" in lieu to a potential playoff roster spot for the Warriors.
With most of the bench guys on ice due to injury, Zaza Pachulia had one of his best games this season, notching a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds.
Steph Curry scores 34 points to lead the Warriors over the Nets in a game that was more competitive than most of us would have predicted.
Andre Iguodala steals the ball on the Hawks’ last possession to help give the Warriors a perfect road trip.
Klay, Steph, and KD all score 20+ points to lead the Warriors to a blowout win at Madison Square Garden.
Curry put on a masterful display, scoring 44 points on 8 3-pointers to help the Warriors edge the Clippers in a tightly-contested game.
Despite the loss, Kevin Durant summoned plenty of oohs and ahhs along the way to scoring 50 points.