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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Klay Thompson
When Steve Blake checked in at the scorer's table with 5:25 remaining in the third quarter, Stephen Curry shook his head and shouted across the court, asking Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson not to take him out.
Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson asked his players a simple question during Friday's morning shootaround: How many of them had ever been on a team 14 games over .500?
Klay Thompson seized the moment twice Tuesday night.
Dwight Howard had 22 points and 16 rebounds, James Harden added 21 points and the Houston Rockets held LeBron James in check Tuesday night in a 106-103 win over the Miami Heat.
Stephen Curry's otherwise sparkling stat line had one ugly entry: six turnovers, four of them in a costly fourth quarter.
Stephen Curry's last Madison Square Garden performance was breathtaking, the most dazzling display of outside shooting ever at the famed arena.
Stephen Curry didn't shoot all that well - and Golden State won anyway.
In one corner of the Golden State Warriors' locker room, Stephen Curry iced a welt on the left side of his forehead. On the other, Jermaine O'Neal limped out of the training room with bandages around his waist and wrist.
With word spreading about a trade sending popular teammate Kent Bazemore and fellow reserve MarShon Brooks to the Los Angeles Lakers for point guard Steve Blake just before tipoff, the Golden State Warriors had every excuse to be out of rhythm in their first game following the All-Star break.
With his team down 16 points in the second quarter and headed for another blowout loss at home, Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson yelled out to his players to keep shooting and keep fighting on defense.
The Charlotte Bobcats closed out a critical road trip with a 3-1 record by turning in the best - or perhaps the most fortunate, depending on the perspective - defensive performance any team has had against the Golden State Warriors in nearly a decade.
Stephen Curry threw up some improbable 3-point shots just to see if he still had it.
Bradley Beal's 20 points help the Wizards overcome bad shooting and turnovers, as Washington gets backs to .500 for the seventh time this season after an 88-85 win over Golden State.
Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson said before his team faced the Washington Wizards on Tuesday night that John Wall deserved to be on the Eastern Conference All-Star team.
Bradley Beal scored 18 of his 20 points in the second half, and John Wall had 15 points and eight rebounds while making some big plays late to lead the Wizards past the Warriors 88-85.
Thompson was alone in the vehicle, and denied that he had been smoking marijuana, Tennant said.