No Curry, same outcome: Warriors make Magic disappear in 3rd quarter

From ESPN - November 13, 2017

OAKLAND, Calif. -- No Stephen Curry, no problem for the Golden State Warriors.

In a collective effort, the Warriors took care of the Orlando Magic in the second half, as they captured their seventh consecutive victory with a 110-100 win Monday night at Oracle Arena.

Kevin Durant led all scorers with 21 points, while securing six boards and distributing a season-high eight assists in 30 minutes.

Curry sat out his first game of the season due to a right thigh contusion that he sustained Saturday in a home win over the Philadelphia 76ers. Shaun Livingston received the start in his place, producing a season-high 16 points and six assists.

Draymond Green registered a season-high 20 points, dished out five assists and stole the ball twice. He was also 3-of-5 from downtown. It was Green's first 20-point game since March 24, 2017, versus the Sacramento Kings.

Klay Thompson finished with 15 points.


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