Utah Jazz will be without Donovan Mitchell against Golden State Warriors


SAN FRANCISCO — The Utah Jazz have been without Donovan Mitchell for the last two games, and they’ll be without him when they return to the court on Sunday.

Mitchell suffered a concussion against the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday and has been in the NBA’s concussion protocol since then.

The Jazz told reporters that Mitchell did not travel to San Francisco with the Jazz on Saturday, that he remains in the concussion protocol and thus that he will not play against the Golden State Warriors on Sunday.

Additionally on the Jazz injury report, Rudy Gobert (left ankle soreness) and Trent Forrest (right hip contusion) are both questionable to play at Golden State.

Hassan Whiteside, who has missed five games after testing positive for COVID-19, has cleared the NBA’s health and safety protocol but is listed as questionable to play on Sunday as he returns to game-ready condition.

The Jazz tip off against the Warriors at 6:30 p.m. MST on NBA TV.



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Warriors vs. Bulls – Game Recap – January 14, 2022


CHICAGO — — Andrew Wiggins scored 21 points, Stephen Curry added 19 and the Golden State Warriors rolled to their most lopsided win of the season, dominating the Chicago Bulls 138-96 on Friday night.

Rookie Jonathan Kuminga finished with 25 points and Jordan Poole scored 22.

The Warriors broke out of their rut in a huge way, pulling away early after dropping four of five. It was just the sort of breather they needed coming off a lopsided loss at defending champion Milwaukee the previous night.

The Bulls lost star Zach LaVine to a left knee injury in the opening minutes. They got booed off the court trailing 78-47 at halftime and wound up with their worst loss this season.

Wiggins scored 20 in the first half and shot 8 of 11 in the game. Curry shook off a slow start in a total turnaround for the Warriors after they trailed 77-38 at halftime in Milwaukee on Thursday.

Poole nailed five 3-pointers, and the Warriors made it look easy even though they were missing Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.

Nikola Vucevic had 19 points and 14 rebounds for Chicago. Coby White added 20 points, and DeMar DeRozan scored 17.

But the Bulls lost for the third time in four games after winning nine straight to match their best streak since the end of the end of the 2010-11 regular season.

Things took an alarming turn for them when LaVine — who tore the ACL in his left knee playing for Minnesota in February 2017 — walked gingerly toward the locker room with 8:28 left in the first quarter. The All-Star and Olympic gold medalist never went to the ground.

From there, things didn’t get any better for the Bulls.

After hanging with Kevin Durant and the Nets into the third quarter before Brooklyn blew them out two nights earlier, they were never really in this one.

The Warriors led 37-28 through the first quarter despite just two points from Curry, then outscored Chicago 41-19 in the second. The 78 points were the most in a half for Golden State this season and the most allowed by the Bulls.

Curry scored the first six points in an 11-0 run that Wiggins finished with a driving bank shot, making it 54-33 with about 7 minutes left in the half.

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Warriors: The Warriors rested Thompson as planned after he played 20 minutes at Milwaukee in his third game back. They plan to “bump him up a little bit” when they visit Minnesota on Sunday, coach Steve Kerr said. The five-time All-Star missed 2 1/2 years because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament and an Achilles tendon injury. … Kerr is “hopeful” Green (left calf tightness) returns Tuesday when the Warriors host Detroit. Green missed his third consecutive game and Kerr said it makes more sense to have him continue rehabbing in the Bay Area rather than join the team at Minnesota.

Bulls: G Alex Caruso was not planning to travel with the team to Boston and Memphis. He missed his 11th game in a row, the past five because of COVID-19 after being sidelined with a sprained left foot. … The Bulls signed F Malcolm Hill to a 10-day hardship contract. Hill played at Illinois from 2013-14 to 2016-17 and grew up near St. Louis in Belleville, Ill.

UP NEXT

Warriors: Visit Minnesota on Sunday.

Bulls: Visit Boston on Saturday.

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Heat vs. Warriors – Game Recap – January 3, 2022


SAN FRANCISCO — — Jordan Poole scored 32 points, Andrew Wiggins added 22 points and a key driving dunk with 4:34 remaining on a quiet night for Stephen Curry, and the Golden State Warriors held off the undermanned Miami Heat 115-108 on Monday night.

Heat star Jimmy Butler was helped off the court with 3:14 left in the third quarter after hurting his right ankle going down awkwardly, leaving coach Erik Spoelstra with a worried look on his face given his team’s already depleted roster. Butler had 22 points, five rebounds and three assists.

Curry had a season-low nine points. The reigning scoring champion scored his first points on a 3-pointer at the 7:45 mark of the second quarter and quickly had seven points. He wound up 3 for 17 — 1 of 10 on 3s — and contributed 10 assists. Wiggins made his initial three field goals and scored 12 of his points in the first quarter.

Kyle Lowry had 16 points and 11 assists for the Heat playing in foul trouble, whistled for his fifth personal with 43.2 seconds remaining in the third. Tyler Herro scored 18 points for a Miami team down 10 players in all, five because of the COVID protocols.

Draymond Green dished out 13 assists returning from a two-game absence in the league health and safety protocols while Poole came off the bench in his second game back from being sidelined for six games in the protocols.

Curry picked up his second foul at the 9:18 mark of the first and took a seat with Poole entering and immediately knocking down a 3.

Gary Payton II started and scored in double figures in a career-best seventh straight game with 14 points.

P.J. Tucker was still listed as questionable before going through his warmups then deemed available after being in the health and safety protocols. He came off the bench after missing the previous six games.

TIP-INS

Heat: Miami lost its second straight road game. … The Heat dropped to 13-21 all-time playing on Golden State’s home floor. They will host the Warriors for the second matchup of the season March 23.

Warriors: Golden State had 39 or more assists in consecutive games, the first team to do so since Indiana in April 1994. … Second-year center James Wiseman, recovering from right knee surgery, was cleared from the health and safety protocols and coach Steve Kerr hopes he will begin practicing with contact next week. The big man participated in the morning shootaround and won’t travel “and we’ll continue to ramp up his activity,” Kerr said.

THOMPSON DAZZLES

Klay Thompson dazzled through an extensive, impressive warmup shooting routine alongside Splash Brother Curry as fans went bonkers and he raised his arms in triumph to oblige their cheers. Green could only grin as Thompson made his way off the court.

Thompson is scheduled to go on the upcoming two-game road trip and could make his return Sunday at home against Cleveland after more than two years sidelined by a torn ACL in his left knee that required surgery then an operation to repair a torn right Achilles tendon.

“It’s possible,” Kerr said.

IGUODALA’S INFLUENCE

Spoelstra called it a “blessing” to coach Andre Iguodala for two seasons before the veteran swingman and 2015 NBA Finals MVP For Golden State returned to the Warriors this year at age 37.

“This the perfect scenario for him to end up back here and because of his IQ, and understanding of the game, and experience he literally could do this for five more years,” Spoelstra said.

UP NEXT

Heat: At Portland on Wednesday night.

“We feel optimistic that we’ll be returning some of our guys on this road trip,” Spoelstra said. “We just keep on forging ahead, like I said our guys have been out we’ve had some amazing nights.”

Warriors: At Dallas on Wednesday night looking to snap a two-game skid to the Mavericks.

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Crazy News About The Warriors Before They Travel To New York To Play The Knicks


The Golden State Warriors defeated the Indiana Pacers 102-100 in Indianapolis on Monday night, and were scheduled to fly to New York City after the game for Tuesday’s game against the Knicks.  

However, things did not go as planned with their flight out of Indianapolis after the game.   

According to The Athletic’s Marcus Thompson and Anthony Slater (see tweet below), their plane had mechanical problems, and they had to stay the night in Indiana.  



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Warriors’ flight to New York delayed ahead of Stephen Curry’s potentially record-setting game vs. Knicks


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NBA travel schedules are typically very precise. When a team has to play a back-to-back on the road, it usually gets on the plane as soon as it leaves the first arena so that it can land in the second city and get a good night of sleep before the next night’s game. The Golden State Warriors tried to do just that on Monday after their 102-100 victory over the Indiana Pacers… but their plane didn’t cooperate, according to Marcus Thompson and Anthony Slater of The Athletic

The Warriors couldn’t take off Monday night because of mechanical issues, so they stayed in Indianapolis rather than travel to New York for Tuesday’s game against the New York Knicks. They planned to get to New York Tuesday morning, but yet again, as Draymond Green let us know on Twitter, mechanical issues delayed their travels.

Finally, as of 10:35 a.m. on Tuesday, the Warriors finally managed to get in the air, according to Slater. That would get them to New York after noon on Tuesday and to their hotel between 1-2 p.m ET. The game itself will tip off at 7:30 p.m., and considering the time needed for warmups and any other pregame activities, the Warriors will essentially be left with no downtime between travel and preparing for the game. This is exceedingly abnormal in the NBA

Tuesday’s game will likely include some history. Warriors star Stephen Curry needs just two 3-pointers to break Ray Allen’s all-time record after he made five triples against the Pacers.

Teams do everything in their power to ensure that they never have to travel and play on the same day, but sometimes, the situation is out of their hands. That was the case for Golden State, who will now need to beat not only the Knicks, but their own exhaustion in Tuesday’s game.





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Draymond Green expresses frustration with Warriors travel on game day vs. Knicks


The Warriors were set to fly to New York on Monday night but ran into some travel issues.

The Athletic’s Marcus Thompson and Anthony Slater broke the news that the Warriors were stuck in Indiana overnight due to mechanical issues with their plane. That might not be a big problem under normal circumstances, but the Warriors are scheduled to play the Knicks on Tuesday (7:30 p.m. ET on TNT) while on the second night of a back-to-back.

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According to Thompson, the NBA’s Collective Bargaining Agreement is “against players traveling on day of games.”

Slater tweeted that the Golden State’s plane didn’t leave Indiana until 10:35 a.m. ET on Tuesday, setting them up to arrive in New York City around noon.

Safe to say, Draymond Green wasn’t very happy with the situation.

The Warriors forward addressed the team’s delay in a series of tweets, expressing frustration and concern.

The Warriors’ meeting with the Knicks is the third stop on the team’s five-game road trip.

Stephen Curry is set to make history, as he’s only two 3-pointers away from passing Ray Allen in first place on the all-time leaderboard.

The Warriors enter Tuesday’s game with a 22-5 record on the season, giving them the best record in the NBA.





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Knights come alive in 2nd half, down Warriors | News, Sports, Jobs



Staff photo by Travis Rosenau
Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s forward Liz Schwint (54) looks for an open teammate while guarded by BOLD’s Abigail Meyers (25) on Saturday afternoon at St. Mary’s High School.

SLEEPY EYE — After cruising past Cleveland with an 89-33 win on Day 1 of the Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s Tip-Off Invite Friday, St. Mary’s had a tougher challenge Saturday afternoon against BOLD.

Despite struggling to gets shots to fall in the first half on Saturday, the Knights were a different team in the second half and wrapped up their final Tip-Off game with a 67-44 win over the Warriors in nonconference girls’ basketball action.

The Knights were led by Madison Mathiowetz, who finished with 22 points, 13 rebounds, seven assists and four steals. Mathiowetz passed 1,000 career rebounds a day earlier against Cleveland.

Reagan Severson also had a big game for the Knights with 17 points, seven rebounds, three assists and two steals, while eighth-grader Natalie Fischer added 10 points.

Knights head coach Bruce Woitas said that his squad was rushing shots in the first half but moved the ball better and found cleaner looks in the second half.

“In the first half, I think we were kind of rushing our shots a little bit too much,” Woitas said. “Obviously we were missing them, a little bit short, we might have been a little fatigued from the night before. But I thought in the second half we just started moving the ball better offensively and just created better looks and we were able to finish more shots in that second half.

“But overall, real pleased with our defensive effort on both days [of the Tip-Off] and then somewhat the rebounding today, too. We got some big key rebounds when we needed them.”

In that first half, the Knights held an early 11-4 lead after a jumper by Mathiowetz before Mari Ryberg hit a 3 to bring BOLD within 4. Ryberg led BOLD on the day with 22 points.

The Knights grew their lead to 7 again moments later on a 3 by Fischer before BOLD got back-to-back buckets to trail 19-17 and force a St. Mary’s timeout.

Liz Schwint converted an and-one out of the timeout for the Knights, and Severson pushed the Knights’ lead to 29-19 with less than three minutes left in the half after back-to-back buckets. Lainey Braulick hit a 3 for the Warriors to bring their deficit to single digits again before Mathiowetz added two free throws late for a 31-22 Knights lead at halftime.

The Warriors scored first in the second half after a pair of free throws by Ryberg, but the Knights got a putback bucket by Schwint and a basket in the paint by Mathiowetz to lead 35-24 and force a BOLD timeout.

Mathiowetz got a bucket inside and a steal for a layup out of that timeout to give St. Mary’s a 39-24 lead before BOLD ended the run with two more Ryberg free throws. The Knights continued to create turnovers and knock down shots from there out, taking their largest lead of the day, 63-37, on an inside basket from Mathiowetz.

Woitas said that he was pleased with the overall team effort he got during the Tip-Off.

“Madison is going to be our leader, but I thought Reagan played really well [Saturday] — where she struggled a little bit offensively [Friday],” Woitas said. “But Natalie Fischer stepped up and hit some shots for us, Addie Hoffmann did a nice job both nights. Jenica Schroepfer — she didn’t score I don’t think [Saturday] but had a nice game the first night out. So just seeing that — and then Allie Labat is capable of scoring for us, too. So I think we have weapons, we have people that can score, I think we have that inside-outside presence as well. If these kids continue to grow, game to game, by the end of the year I think we can be very, very competitive.”

Schwint also had a solid showing for the Knights on Saturday, finishing with 7 points, seven boards and three assists. She also held her own defensively while matching up against a fellow 6-footer in Abigail Meyers.

“Liz, even going back to last year, she did a great job defending the bigger girl that she has to go up against,” Woitas said. “And I think you’re going to see more offense come out of her this year as well, too. She’s very capable of that, we were seeing that both [days]. I thought she’s grown a lot, too, but we need her to have those types of nights consistently for us to be successful.”

The Knights (2-0) travel to take on Wabasso on Tuesday night in Tomahawk Conference action.



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Staff photo by Travis Rosenau
Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s forward Liz Schwint (54) looks for an open teammate while guarded by BOLD’s Abigail Meyers (25) on Saturday afternoon at St. Mary’s High School.

SLEEPY EYE — After cruising past Cleveland with an 89-33 win on Day 1 of the Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s Tip-Off Invite Friday, St. Mary’s had a tougher challenge Saturday afternoon against BOLD.

Despite struggling to gets shots to fall in the first half on Saturday, the Knights were a different team in the second half and wrapped up their final Tip-Off game with a 67-44 win over the Warriors in nonconference girls’ basketball action.

The Knights were led by Madison Mathiowetz, who finished with 22 points, 13 rebounds, seven assists and four steals. Mathiowetz passed 1,000 career rebounds a day earlier against Cleveland.

Reagan Severson also had a big game for the Knights with 17 points, seven rebounds, three assists and two steals, while eighth-grader Natalie Fischer added 10 points.

Knights head coach Bruce Woitas said that his squad was rushing shots in the first half but moved the ball better and found cleaner looks in the second half.

“In the first half, I think we were kind of rushing our shots a little bit too much,” Woitas said. “Obviously we were missing them, a little bit short, we might have been a little fatigued from the night before. But I thought in the second half we just started moving the ball better offensively and just created better looks and we were able to finish more shots in that second half.

“But overall, real pleased with our defensive effort on both days [of the Tip-Off] and then somewhat the rebounding today, too. We got some big key rebounds when we needed them.”

In that first half, the Knights held an early 11-4 lead after a jumper by Mathiowetz before Mari Ryberg hit a 3 to bring BOLD within 4. Ryberg led BOLD on the day with 22 points.

The Knights grew their lead to 7 again moments later on a 3 by Fischer before BOLD got back-to-back buckets to trail 19-17 and force a St. Mary’s timeout.

Liz Schwint converted an and-one out of the timeout for the Knights, and Severson pushed the Knights’ lead to 29-19 with less than three minutes left in the half after back-to-back buckets. Lainey Braulick hit a 3 for the Warriors to bring their deficit to single digits again before Mathiowetz added two free throws late for a 31-22 Knights lead at halftime.

The Warriors scored first in the second half after a pair of free throws by Ryberg, but the Knights got a putback bucket by Schwint and a basket in the paint by Mathiowetz to lead 35-24 and force a BOLD timeout.

Mathiowetz got a bucket inside and a steal for a layup out of that timeout to give St. Mary’s a 39-24 lead before BOLD ended the run with two more Ryberg free throws. The Knights continued to create turnovers and knock down shots from there out, taking their largest lead of the day, 63-37, on an inside basket from Mathiowetz.

Woitas said that he was pleased with the overall team effort he got during the Tip-Off.

“Madison is going to be our leader, but I thought Reagan played really well [Saturday] — where she struggled a little bit offensively [Friday],” Woitas said. “But Natalie Fischer stepped up and hit some shots for us, Addie Hoffmann did a nice job both nights. Jenica Schroepfer — she didn’t score I don’t think [Saturday] but had a nice game the first night out. So just seeing that — and then Allie Labat is capable of scoring for us, too. So I think we have weapons, we have people that can score, I think we have that inside-outside presence as well. If these kids continue to grow, game to game, by the end of the year I think we can be very, very competitive.”

Schwint also had a solid showing for the Knights on Saturday, finishing with 7 points, seven boards and three assists. She also held her own defensively while matching up against a fellow 6-footer in Abigail Meyers.

“Liz, even going back to last year, she did a great job defending the bigger girl that she has to go up against,” Woitas said. “And I think you’re going to see more offense come out of her this year as well, too. She’s very capable of that, we were seeing that both [days]. I thought she’s grown a lot, too, but we need her to have those types of nights consistently for us to be successful.”

The Knights (2-0) travel to take on Wabasso on Tuesday night in Tomahawk Conference action.



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Rainbow Warriors open basketball season on Wednesday night against UH Hilo in tip-off to 56th Rainbow Classic


The University of Hawai’i men’s basketball team opens its 2021-22 campaign with the 56th Annual Outrigger Rainbow Classic Nov. 10, 11, 13 at the SimpliFi Arena at Stan Sheriff Center. Northern Colorado, Pacific and the Rainbow Warriors’ opening-night opponent UH Hilo, join Hawai’i in this year’s tournament field. 

For the first-time since Februrary 2020, UH will welcome its home fans to a regular-season game. For those attending games this week, please be sure to visit the Game Day information page, which includes important information regarding vaccination and mask policy, LumiSight UH app, digital ticketing, parking, clear bag policy, and more.

UH seeks its 16th Rainbow Classic title and third under seventh-year head coach Eran Ganot.

UH has won 11 of its last 12 season openers and have done it convincingly with all 11 wins coming by double-digits.

The Rainbow Warriors are coming off a 72-60 exhibition win over Chaminade on Nov. 1. Mate Colina led UH with 19 points and 12 rebounds.

UH returns two starters and eight letterwinners from last year’s squad that went 11-10 overall in an abbreviated season.

The ‘Bows however will be without the services of Samuta Avea and Juan Munoz who are out for the year due to injury.

UH returns Junior Madut who earned all-Big West honorable mention last season and scored 16 points in UH’s exhibtion win over Chaminade. The junior guard averaged 10.5 points and 4.2 rebounds and led the team in field goal attempts (200), three-point field goal attempts (98), steals (23) and total minutes played (629).

UH lost its top three scorers from last year with the departure of Justin Webster (12.3 ppg), James Jean-Marie (12.2)., and Casdon Jardine (10.9) who all-earned Big West honorable mention.

However, the ‘Bows have restocked with six newcomers this year – three Division I transfers, one junior college transfer, and two prep players.

Among the  Division I transfers are frontcourt players Jerome Desrosiers (Princeton) and Kamaka Hepa (Texas) who are expected be key contributors to this year’s squad.

UH fields one of the most geographically diverse squads in the NCAA with players from six time zones (Alaska, Hawai’i, Pacific, Mountain, Central, and Eastern) and five foreign countries (Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada and Slovenia).

Hawai’i will play in three preseason tournaments. UH hosts the Outrigger Rainbow Classic (Nov. 10, 11, 13) and Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic (Dec. 22, 23, 25) and will travel to the mainland for the Las Vegas Classic (Nov. 25-26).

56th Annual Outrigger Rainbow Classic
Opponent | Date | Time UH Hilo  |  Wednesday Nov. 10  | 7 p.m. HT 
Northern Colorado |  Thursday Nov. 11  | 7 p.m. HT 
Pacific |  Saturday Nov. 13  |  7 p.m. HT 
Location Honolulu, O’ahu  – SimpliFi Arena at Stan Sheriff Center
Television Spectrum Sports – Ch. 12 [SD] and 1012 [HD]
Live Stream ESPN+ (Blacked out in Hawai’i)
Radio ESPN Honolulu / Sideline Hawaii App
Live Stats StatBroadcast.com
Game Notes Hawai’i (PDF) 
Social Media @HawaiiMBB Twitter | #HawaiiMBB | @HawaiiBasketball Instagram | Facebook Facebook
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Jordan Poole Scores 31, Warriors Defeat Hornets To Go 6-1 – CBS San Francisco


SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Jordan Poole took the pressure off Stephen Curry with a season-best 31 points and the Golden State Warriors used one of their big third quarters of old to pull away and beat the Charlotte Hornets 114-92 on Wednesday night.

Poole shot 11 for 21 and hit a career-high seven 3-pointers, while Curry shook off a slow start to add 15 points on 6-for-15 shooting — 3 of 11 on 3s — nine assists and eight rebounds.

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Miles Bridges scored 21 of his 32 points in the first half and finished with five 3-pointers, and Gordon Hayward had 23 points and 11 rebounds for the Hornets.

Curry began 1 for 6 and missed his initial four 3-pointers before hitting from deep 53 seconds before halftime, when Golden State (6-1) led 53-52 and he had just five points.

Poole scored 22 points in the initial two quarters: shooting 8 for 11 and 6 of 9 on 3s.

LaMelo Ball had 14 points, eight assists and five rebounds but shot just 5 for 14 and missed all six tries from deep as Charlotte began a five-game West Coast swing.

Gary Payton II scored 14 points off the bench and drew a rousing ovation when he left the game late, and fellow reserve Damion Lee had 15 points after he missed Saturday’s win against Oklahoma City with a bruised right shoulder. Lee has scored in double figures every game this season.

The Warriors capitalized on a three-day break during this eight-game homestand that matches a franchise record.

Poole shined on a night the Warriors honored Tim Hardaway as they celebrate a different player each home game during their 75th anniversary season.

Kelly Oubre Jr. didn’t score and missed all four of his shots playing 13 minutes against his former team after spending last season with Golden State.

“It will be good to see Kelly,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said pregame. “It was good having him.”

There were seven lead changes and seven ties in the first half.

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The Warriors recalled forward Jonathan Kuminga and guard Moses Moody from the G League Santa Cruz Warriors, and they didn’t even have to travel. The Santa Cruz team beat the NBA G League Ignite in the first game of a doubleheader at Chase Center.

Both entered for Golden State with 1:51 remaining.

“Very unique for sure,” said Kerr, who got a rare chance to watch the G League game live.

TIP-INS

Hornets: Terry Rozier missed his initial six field-goal tries and didn’t score until 35 seconds into the third on a finger roll. … After the Hornets shot 15 of 39 on 3s in a 113-110 home loss Monday to Cleveland, they were 10 for 36 from long range.

Warriors: Injured Splash Brother Klay Thompson did some shooting work on the court in full uniform before the game while he continues to work back from a torn right Achilles tendon that required surgery last Nov. 25. … Green picked up a technical midway through the third. … Golden State committed 10 turnovers in the first half leading to 13 Hornets points.

UP NEXT

Hornets: At Sacramento on Friday night bringing a five-game winning streak against the Kings.

Warriors: Host the Pelicans on Friday night having won 14 of the last 16 vs. New Orleans at home in the series and 27 of 32 in all.

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