Curry To Sit Again For Warriors

Postado Janeiro 13, 2018

That's exactly what Golden State Warriors superstar Kevin Durant had in mind when he faked Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo out of his shoes on Friday night at BMO Harris Bradley Center.

To get back on track, Golden State shot 55.0 percent from the field. Durant then proceeded to throw down a powerful one-handed dunk with the Bucks' star in his wake.

The Warriors, who were starting a five-game road trip, won their fourth straight against the Bucks and for the eighth time in the past nine matchups.

Klay Thompson was held out against the Los Angeles Clippers for rest purposes, coming back into the fold against the Bucks. However, Golden State controlled the final six minutes of the quarter to take the 14-point halftime lead. He posted 12 points, five rebounds and two assists in 35 minutes, shooting 4-of-11 from the field and 4-of-4 from the charity stripe.

The Bucks hit seven of their first 10 shots in the third quarter.

The reigning National Basketball Association champion Golden State Warriors were triumphant at BMO Harris Bradley Center, defeating the Milwaukee Bucks 108-94.

Draymond Green flirted with a triple-double, finishing with 21 points and 10 rebounds, to go along with 7 assists.

An 11-0 run broke the game open, and a Brogdon 3-pointer as the shot clock expired with 1:30 left made it a 20-point lead.

Despite the loss, Milwaukee can be encouraged by its effort. Antetokounmpo scored 13 in the quarter, sending Milwaukee, which outscored Orlando 28-8 in the paint during the third, into the fourth with an 89-69 lead. That 4-3 start is a distant memory now that they have stormed back to the top of the Western Conference standings with Curry still working his way back to full strength.