After some games that were shaky thrilling maybe more than they should have been, the Golden State Warriors got back on track, showing how they can beat you that way, and they can beat you this way.
That way was vs. the Utah Jazz, a game in which the Warriors scored 115 but Step Curry had all of 18 points. Curry however led the team in assists.
This way was more familiar, even classic: Klay Thompson and Curry combined for 71 of the Warriors' 128 points against Portland, Thompson with 37, Curry with 34. But as a team, a season low 8 turnovers. And a stifling defense against the team that beat them at their last meeting by more than 30 points.
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