Warriors shoot lights out in Denver

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Warriors shoot lights out in Denver

Nuggets will try and turn the lights back on in Oakland, Calif.
Even with David Lee relegated to the bench because of an injury, Stephen Curry’s hot hand led to an impressive Game 2 victory for the Golden State Warriors on the Denver Nuggets’ home court.
With the return of Kenneth Faried and the Nuggets’ 24-game home win streak, Game 2 was supposed to be a slam dunk for Anthony Randolph and the Denver Nuggets. Instead, the Golden State Warriors shot lights out to turn the lights out on the Nuggets’ streak at the Pepsi Center. Now, the series tied 1-1, the lights are on Oracle Arena for Game 3 on Friday night in Oakland, Calif.

Warriors shoot lights out in Denver

Even with David Lee relegated to the bench because of an injury, Stephen Curry’s hot hand led to an impressive Game 2 victory for the Golden State Warriors on the Denver Nuggets’ home court.
With the return of Kenneth Faried and the Nuggets’ 24-game home win streak, Game 2 was supposed to be a slam dunk for Anthony Randolph and the Denver Nuggets. Instead, the Golden State Warriors shot lights out to turn the lights out on the Nuggets’ streak at the Pepsi Center. Now, the series tied 1-1, the lights are on Oracle Arena for Game 3 on Friday night in Oakland, Calif.
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