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NBA: Golden State Takes The Curve In Cleveland - Heat Pull Past Wizards | 20 Points In Fourth! Curry Leads The Warriors To Their 13th Victory

The Cleveland Cavaliers felt really good over three-quarters against Golden State - then came Steph Curry. The NBA on Friday morning.

The Cleveland Cavaliers made it very well over three quarters in their home game against the high-flyers of the Golden State Warriors and went into the final section with a 13-point lead.

The fact that an 81:68 turned into an 89: 104 was due in particular to Dubs superstar Stephen Curry. The veteran achieved 20 of his total of 40 points in this furious 36: 8 segment, once again a three-point after the other - and in the end the Californians won their 13th win of the season. The Cavs, however, crept off the court in amazement, but are still with a positive balance (9: 8).

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"You always have a chance with Steph on the court," said guest coach Steve Kerr. "He's one of the best players in the history of the game - and he's the best three-point shooter of all time." Numbers that underline the latter: Curry has sunk 2917 litters "from outside", only Ray Allen (2973) is still a short time ahead of him. But it took almost 700 more attempts.

Clippers are subject again

After a series of six wins in early November, the Los Angeles Clippers lost the second of the last three games in a 108: 120 against the Memphis Grizzlies. Ja Morant scored in the Grizzlies jersey for 28 points, with the Clippers Paul George was the best thrower with 23 points. Isaiah Hartenstein came on as a substitute in 20 minutes on eleven points, six rebounds and four assists.

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In the narrow Eastern Conference there has been a new front runner since Friday. The Miami Heat (11: 5) defeated the Washington Wizards (10: 5) thanks to Jimmy Butler (32 points) 112: 97 and, after four wins in a row, lead the tableau ahead of the Brooklyn Nets tied on points, including the Chicago Bulls (10 : 5) cavort in the narrow front field.

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