War­riors pull away with three-point­ers

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Klay Thomp­son and Stephen Curry each scored 20 points, and the Golden State War­riors wrapped up a five-game trip with a third straight win, beat­ing the Mil­wau­kee Bucks 105-95 on Fri­day.

An­dre Iguo­dala added a sea­son-high 15 points for Golden State, which pulled away in the sec­ond half with an­other hot stretch from the three-point line. The War­riors went six of nine from be­yond the arc in a six-minute stretch to build an 11-point lead.

Golden State went 19 of 46 on threes to seven of 39 for Mil­wau­kee.

at Char­lotte 113, Den­ver 107:

Kemba Walker had 21 points and eight as­sists and Tony Parker added 19 off the bench as the Hor­nets snapped the Nuggets’ seven-game win streak. Den­ver’s Paul Mill­sap ex­ited with a right foot in­jury; re­port­edly a bro­ken toe.

Philadel­phia 117, at Detroit 111:

Jimmy But­ler scored 38 points, and the 76ers over­came rest­ing Joel Em­biid to rally from a 15-point third-quar­ter deficit.

In­di­ana 112, at Or­lando 90: The Pac­ers con­tin­ued their dom­i­nance over the Magic as Bo­jan Bog­danovic scored 26 points. In­di­ana has de­feated Or­lando eight straight times and 15 of the last 16.

at Brook­lyn 106, Toronto 105 (OT):

D’An­gelo Rus­sell scored 29 points, in­clud­ing six in over­time, and the Nets ended an eight-game over­all los­ing streak and a 12-game slide against the Rap­tors.

Sacra­mento 129, at Cleve­land 110:

De’Aaron Fox had 30 points and 12 as­sists, and the Kings won their third in row, in­clud­ing the first two games of their four-game trip.

at Chicago 114, Ok­la­homa City 112:

Lauri Markka­nen scored 24 points and made the go-ahead layup in the closing sec­onds to give the Bulls their first win un­der coach Jim Boylen, de­spite Rus­sell West­brook’s quadru­ple-dou­ble (24 points, 17 re­bounds, 13 as­sists, 10 turnovers).

Mem­phis 107, at New Or­leans 103:

JaMy­chal Green scored 24 points in a re­serve role for the Griz­zlies, while the Pel­i­cans were done in by seven-of-29 three-point shoot­ing and 18 turnovers.

Mi­ami 115, at Phoenix 98: The Suns com­mit­ted 20 turnovers to fall to an NBA-worst 4-22.

at San Antonio 133, Lak­ers 120

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