Warriors' Jordan Bell Perfectly Disses The Bulls

Chicago Bulls Suffer Massive Defeat at Hands of Warriors

But while the Warriors appeared to be sleepwalking against New Orleans, it wasn't long before they snapped awake and took control, earning a 110-95 win at Oracle Arena without Kevin Durant, who missed his second straight game with a sprained ankle.

Curry scored 26 of his 33 in the second quarter of a blowout against the Chicago Bulls on Friday but struggled for most of Saturday's game before finding his rhythm coming out of halftime, going 5 of 9 with two 3-pointers. Just made the game harder than it should be.

Following Friday's win over the Bulls, Warriors coach Steve Kerr said he should have sat Durant during Wednesday's loss in Oklahoma City after already missing Sunday's game in Brooklyn. Chicago is 29th in the league in scoring at an average of 94.4 points and is about to finish its four-game road trip against a Golden State squad that leads the league in scoring (116.4).

"I never lose confidence", Curry said. "You have to block it out the best you can, have a sense of amnesia nearly, and just rely on the repetitions and work you put into it". The Bulls held a three-point lead on Golden State after the first, but by the time Curry was finished with the half, the Warriors led by 21. Bell walked away with six rebounds, six blocks, and two steals while dropping seven points and four assists. Jrue Holiday added 24 points, including 17 in the first quarter. They host Anthony Davis, Boogie Cousins and the New Orleans Pelicans.

A key to Golden State's victory was outscoring New Orleans 20-3 off turnovers.

"He looked good", Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry told reporters after Saturday's game, according to the team's official website. "Then we started letting Steph and guys get separation".



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