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Led by Stephen Currys 37 points, six rebounds and six assists, the Warriors defeated the Knicks, 114-106. Additionally for the Warriors, James Wiseman recorded 14 points (6-9 FG) in his return to action, while Julius Randle tallied 25 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists for the Knicks in the losing effort. The Warriors improve to 17-15 on the season, while the Knicks fall to 15-17.
Julius Randle of the New York Knicks is an All-Star. And the Knicks welcoming in 2,000 fans for this home game. First time that's happened this season. And Randle hits a 3-pointer to opened things up, and the fans like that.
Then Derrick Rose gets to the baseline and banks it in for the bucket. He had 16 points and eight assists in the game. At the half, the Knicks up by five on Golden State.
In the third quarter, well, Golden State's got a guy named Steph Curry. And Steph Curry dances a bit, does a baseline jumper. That's cash. Then Draymond Green with the bounce pass to James Wiseman, and the rookie goes in for the stuff there.
Then it's Steph Curry getting the loose ball. And Steph Curry just picks it up and chucks in a 3. And, of course, it goes down. It's Steph Curry. Golden State up by 10.
In the fourth, Julius Randle gets his own rebound, lays it in. He had 25 points and 10 rebounds. That's an All-Star performance right there. We're tied at 97.
Steph Curry with the running floater and the foul. And boy, he's just a superstar-- 37 points, six rebounds, six assists. Golden State goes on to win it by eight. Your final score-- 114 to 106.