3yDespite committing 19 turnovers in what was hardly a season-best performance, the Warriors improved to 7-4 on the road with a win against the league-worst Washington Wizards.
3yDraymond Green wouldn't be playing if not for injuries to Brandon Rush and Richard Jefferson, but he's quickly gaining head coach Mark Jackson's trust thanks to two important traits.
3yThe Warriors, winners of nine of their last 12 games, have fully crept into believable. They'll be on display again today in the nation's capital.
3yThe Warriors are back in action today, facing rookie Bradley Beal and the Wizards in the second half of an on-the-road, back-to-back set.
3yDavid Lee led the Warriors to their second straight road win with 30 points and 15 rebounds, as Golden State beat the Brooklyn Nets 109-102 in a hard-fought performance.
3yThe Nets are no slouch, but if the Warriors can come out of Brooklyn with a win, it sets up the possibility that this road trip could be something special.
3yThe Warriors had 40 points at the half, but behind five three-pointers from Klay Thompson in the third quarter, the Warriors netted 39 points in the third frame and held off a Pistons rally for a 104--97 win.
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