- Warrior Victory Knight
The Warriors defeated the Cavaliers 129-105 on the road and scored a four-game winning streak against the Cavaliers. The Warriors also won two straight games, Stephen Curry scored 42 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists in 9 three-pointers; Kevin Durant also scored 25 points, 10 rebounds and 9 In the second assist, he complained that the referee had sentenced him to a technical foul in the middle of the first quarter.
The Cavaliers scored in double figures, Rodney Hood scored 15 points, Chedi Osman contributed 16 points, 8th show Colin Sexton scored 21 points, Tristan Thompson scored 14 points and With 19 rebounds, Jordan Clarkson scored 17 points and Larry Nance scored 11 points and 8 rebounds.
The Warriors scored in double figures. In addition to Curry and Durant, Clay Thompson scored 16 points but only 5 of 15 shots. Jonas Jerebko came off the bench with 11 points and 5 assists. Another substitute, Quinn-Cook, scored 10 points.
Star of the field: Curry and Durant
The half-time Warriors didn't take advantage of it, but Curry scored 25 points and the Warriors scored 33 points. Durant found the touch in the third quarter. He scored 15 points in the last 4 minutes and 42 seconds of this section, leading the Warriors to open the score. In the fourth quarter, Curry broke out again, and scored 12 points in a single quarter, leading the Warriors to expand their lead to 20+ points. After the 11 games of the injury truce, Curry played better than one game, which is undoubtedly what the Warriors hope to see.