The Golden State Warriors staked their 4-3 record against the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday night in Oakland. Stephen Curry was back in fine form for the second straight game as the Warriors offense put on a sublime display of ball movement and routed the Pistons 113-95.
The Warriors jumped out to a 62-41 advantage at halftime behind some strong play from David Lee and they never looked back. Curry dropped 12 points in the third quarter and finished with 25 on the night. Andre Iguodala dished out dimes like a train conductor and ended up with 11 assists, including more than one on a behind-the-back pass. Andre Drummond led Detroit with 16 points and 14 boards.
Mark Jackson was able to remove his starters after three quarters and relegate the fourth to an evaluation of the benches. The Dubs snapped the briefest of losing streaks while Detroit dropped its fourth in a row.