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View the next curry!  The Golden State Warriors defend against Portland's place at the front

View the next curry! The Golden State Warriors defend against Portland’s place at the front

The Golden State Warriors defended their place at the top of the Western Conference with a fairly secure victory over the Portland Trail Blazers. Stephen Curry took his breaks in a 118:103 victory, but he was always really hot.

Golden State Warriors (17-2) – Portland Trail Blazers (10-10) 118: 103 (BOXSCORE)

In the Warriors’ last appearance against Portland in San Francisco, Stephen Curry had put his career best at 62 points, and this time the World Player of the Year favorite wasn’t that hot, but he got enough support. In the end there were still 32 points (12/25 FG, 6/15 three-pointers), 7 rebounds and 8 assists for the goalkeeper, Andrew Wiggins had 25 points (10/16 FG).

Score all five double-start numbers, up to Draymond Green (12, 8 boards, 12 passes, 3 blocks). In Portland, Damian Lillard (16, 5/15, 6 assists), who has been without points for more than 30 minutes and only scored again in the last three minutes, was particularly disappointing. CJ McCollum (16, 6/17) also stayed pale, and instead the best jacket was reserve guard Anfernee Simons (19).

The hosts managed to get really away for the first time shortly before the break. Round 16-2 in the last three minutes of 42:42 turned into a break of 58:44. The popular green and curry mix was on fire, but the Blazers couldn’t find any solutions which caused frustration. Lillard made a technical foul, and assistant coach Scott Brooks grumbled with the referees as he entered the dressing room until he was sent off by two sides.