Short-handed Warriors have more than enough to stop Magic, 103-89
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Andrew Bogut and Andre Iguodala were dressed in blazers. Jermaine O'Neal did not play, either, being given a night off to rest.
With two starters injured and a top reserve never getting off the bench, the Golden State Warriors still cruised to a 103-89 win Tuesday against Orlando to remain 1 1/2 games behind Portland for the Western Conference's No. 5 seed.
Stephen Curry scored 23 points, and David Lee and Klay Thompson added 20 apiece. Facing one of the worst teams in the Eastern Conference, the Warriors had a much easier time than last week when they blew an 18-point... read more
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