Oakland, CA (Sports Network) - Stephen Curry netted a game-high 35 points on
13-of-18 shooting from the floor despite missing the final half of the fourth
quarter due to an apparent ankle injury, as Golden State downed Washington,
101-92, for its fifth straight win in the series.
Curry, who also shot 6-of-10 from behind the arc and had eight helpers, went
down with 6:03 to play in the final frame, as he drove to the hoop and rolled
his ankle. He walked off the court limping and did not return.
Klay Thompson had 18 points and Harrison Barnes supplied 16 to go along with
eight rebounds for the Warriors, who have won three of four games overall and
five of the last six at home versus Washington. David Lee donated 11 points
and had a game-high 15 boards in the victory.
Cartier Martin had 23 points and six 3-pointers for the Wizards, who had won
consecutive road tilts and five of their last six overall prior to the
contest. John Wall was ejected in the third quarter after receiving his second
technical foul, and finished with 14 points in defeat.
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