Mark Jackson's crew spread the ball around in the first half, with three players in double figures and 10 players in the scoring mix at the break. Thanks to the likes of Draymond Green and Thompson, the Dubs shot the lights out from long distance.
A flurry of drive-and-kicks from Andre Iguodala, along with strong defense, allowed the Warriors to open up a double-digit lead in the second half. Defensively, Golden State was shaky at the outset, but clamped down in the second half to hold the Lakers to 41 percent shooting (including 25 percent from long range).
We broke down all the major Warriors involved in this high-scoring exhibition as the club looks to carry the momentum back to the Bay Area.
Injury notes: Golden State rested forward Harrison Barnes, who's out with an inflamed toe. Festus Ezeli also remained out rehabbing his knee. The Los Angeles Lakers weren't at full strength either, with Kobe Bryant still sidelined by his Achilles tendon.