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The top-seeded Warriors fell behind by 13 to the Pelicans in the 1st quarter, but Klay Thompson and Steph Curry combined for 48 points to secure a hard-fought win for Golden State over New Orleans and Anthony Davis.

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Common bonds- Klay Thompson & Jimmy Butler - 25 yr old guards - 4th season in NBA - 1st time All-Stars - Scored 14 pts in 4th q tonight

Cold Curry not an issue for Golden State

Stephen Curry's final score of Game 2 came with 5:03 remaining in the third quarter. He missed his last 7 shots from the field; Curry and New Orleans' Anthony Davis were a combined 0-of-8 from the floor in the fourth quarter.

Warriors win wild, back-and-forth Game 2

Anthony Davis (26 points, 10 boards) sat once, in the second quarter, and played the rest of the way. But he and Eric Gordon (23 points) were unable to lift the Pelicans past the Warriors, who got 14 points from Klay Thompson in the fourth quarter of their 97-87 win. Box score

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Tom Haberstroh @tomhaberstroh

Anthony Davis put up 26-10 in 45 minutes, but went 0-5 FG in the 4Q. Warriors went on 9-1 run to ice the game. GSW up 2-0.

Curry & Co. have their daggers out

In the words of ESPN's J.A. Adande, this game is just coming down to quality of shots now. Fortunately for the Warriors, few in the NBA are better at making shots than Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, and Golden State leads late in the fourth. Follow live

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Kevin Pelton @kpelton

The Warriors shot worse than 45% just twice at home during the regular season (1-1). Currently at 44.0%.

Going down to the wire in Oakland

Eric Gordon and Klay Thompson each have 5 points in the past 90 seconds of game time, and the Warriors are maintaining a 3-point lead over the Pelicans midway through the fourth quarter. Follow live

Draymond Green does it all

When he's not hitting dagger 3-pointers or playing lock-down defense on everyone from Tyreke Evans to Anthony Davis, the Warriors' Green apparently leads timeouts. After the Pelicans called time to stop a Golden State run, Green was seen talking in the Warriors huddle as coach Steve Kerr nodded along. Follow live

Kevin Pelton @kpelton

The Warriors' offense hasn't been sharp, but it felt like they missed an incredible number of shots they'd usually make in the 3Q.

Unfamiliar territory for the Warriors

This is just the 6th time this season Golden State did not take a lead into the fourth quarter. But bad news for the Pelicans: The Warriors won 4 of their 5 previous such games.

Pelicans' season could come down to this

Teams that go up 2-0 in a best-of-seven matchup win the series 94% of the time in NBA history. Can Stephen Curry (22 points) outduel Anthony Davis (20 points) in the final period to give the Warriors such an advantage? We're all tied at 71 after three. Follow live

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Tom Haberstroh @tomhaberstroh

Dante Cunningham guarding Festus Ezeli, saving AD from foul trouble/fatigue, I guess. AD stuck out on the perimeter.