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Warriors 110, Sixers 90: Immediate Reaction Thread

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The Belt was fun while it lasted.

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Andre Iguodala looked longingly at the photograph of his children, drunkenly pointed the nose of his fighter toward the sky and cried out:

In the first half, Iguodala went for 27 points on 9-of-15 shooting and 6-of-9 from three-point range. He generated these and other numbers besides, running Evan Turner around the floor like a kitten chasing a laser pointer.

The Warriors led comfortably pretty much the whole way, though it got pretty ugly just before halftime, with a 24-point lead at the break running into a third quarter brought to you by Chinua Achebe. The fast pace and surfeit of turnovers--I can't remember an NBA team just losing the handle in traffic as much as the Sixers did tonight--helped things get out of hand early. Stephen Curry had a triple-double with a minute left in the third quarter, recording 18 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds in only 29 minutes, and the Warriors came within a botched Marreese Speights layup of breaking triple digits in the third.

110-90 is your final score.


Final - 11.4.2013 1 2 3 4 Total
Golden State Warriors 36 30 32 12 110
Philadelphia 76ers 22 20 23 25 90

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