Warriors vs Nuggets Game 2: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Stephen Curry scored 30 points and added 13 assists to lead the Warriors to a 131-117 win, the Nuggets' first home loss since January 18. The Warriors shot 64.6% from the field as a team.
Stephen Curry: 1st Warriors player with 30 points in a playoff game since Baron Davis in 2007— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) April 24, 2013
The Warriors take Game 2 after shooting 64.6% from the field. Steph Curry led all scorers with 30 points.
Last team to score 130 in regulation on the road in the playoffs were the 1995 Houston Rockets.— Kevin Draper (@TheDissNBA) April 24, 2013
The Warriors had 4 players who scored 20+ pts and shot 55+ pct from the field in Game 2: Curry, Jack, Barnes & Thompson.— Numbers Never Lie (@ESPN_Numbers) April 24, 2013
The Warriors are dialed in tonight and look like they'll take Game 2.
Looks like the Warriors will snap Denver's 24-game home win streak, handing the Nuggets their first loss at Pepsi Center since Jan. 18 (WAS)— #GSWStats (@gswstats) April 24, 2013
Warriors are shooting 63.6% from the field tonight.
Nuggets have six fastbreak points.— Benjamin Hochman (@nuggetsnews) April 24, 2013
Huge games for Barnes, Jack, Thompson, and Curry.
Corey Brewer goes baseline for the acrobatic layup to cut the Warriors' lead to 13.
Curry with just one turnover after coughing it up 5 times in Game 1. Nugs haven't been nearly as aggressive and physical with their doubles.— Beckley Mason (@BeckleyMason) April 24, 2013
The last time the Nuggets lost at home was two days before the Ravens & 49ers won their championship games to advance to the Super Bowl.— NBA Sports City (@NBASportsCity) April 24, 2013
Jarrett Jack hits the three and the Warriors lead 118-105.
Bogut back. Good call by Jackson. Stop the easy baskets.— Fast Break (@GSWFastBreak) April 24, 2013
Festus Ezeli throws down the emphatic dunk off Curry's 11th assist.
30 and 10 for Curry. No big deal.— Zach Harper (@talkhoops) April 24, 2013
Harrison Barnes' nasty reverse dunk.
Harrison Barnes with the crazy reverse two-handed dunk.
Warriors highest FG% in regular season was 57.9% (3/4 vs. Toronto). Nuggets opponent high was 54.0 (11/30 at LAL). Warriors hitting 63.9%— #GSWStats (@gswstats) April 24, 2013
Stephen Curry hits his first shot since the ankle injury. This three puts the Warriors up 30. Guess that ankle's ok.
Anthony Randolph goes backdoor for the slam to start off the fourth quarter.
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