The Denver Nuggets took a 51-47 lead over the Golden State Warriors into halftime, but a big third quarter by the Warriors saw them overtake the Nuggets on the score board. Denver rallied in the fourth quarter by dropping 30 points, but it wasn't enough to overcome the Warriors 37 point quarter right after halftime. Stephen Curry was unstoppable in the game, picking up 36 points with 7 assists and 7 rebounds, hitting on 6 of his 9 three-point shot attempts on the night. Klay Thompson also added 19 points from the bench for Golden State, hitting on 3 of his 4 three-point shots in the 109-101 victory.
In the loss for the Nuggets, Arron Afflalo had a big second half and ended the game leading the team in score with 26 points and hitting on 5 of his 8 three-point shot attempts. Center Nene picked up just three points in the second half of the game to end the night with 15 points total and only 5 rebounds while Al Harrington picked up 11 points off the bench for the Nuggets.
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