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Golden State Warriors beat Detroit Pistons 105-97
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OAKLAND -- Warriors center Andrew Bogut appears to be past the hurdle of playing back-to-back sets and limited minutes. But there are still noted strides he will need to make. The biggest is on offense. Golden State didn't need much from Bogut by way of offense on Wednesday. Point guard Stephen Curry and forward David Lee took care of that end. They combined for 51 points as the Warriors outgunned the Detroit Pistons 105-97. The Warriors won their second straight to improve to 4-2 on the seven-game homestand, which concludes Friday against Chicago.

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