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Warriors crush the Rockets in Houston

January 18, 2015 18:48:48 UK

Klay Thompson scored 27 points as Golden State beat the Rockets in Houston.

The Golden State Warriors bounced back nicely from their defeat to the Oklahoma City Thunder with a 131-106 hammering of the Rockets at the Toyota Center in Houston.

The Splash Brothers combination of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson each had 27 points as the visitors hit 54.9% from the field in a dominating performance. Curry also dished out 11 assists and Harrison Barnes, Draymond Green, David Lee and Marreese Speights were each in double figures to get the better of Dwight Howard, James Harden and company.

The two sides meet again on Wednesday at the Oracle Arena in Oakland in the second game of a five-game home stand for the Warriors. The Denver Nuggets arrive first on Monday and the Sacramento Kings, Chicago Bulls and Boston Celtics will round out the series.

The defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs, who are 6.00 to retain their title, continue to be a potential post-season opponent for Golden State as they lurk in seventh place in the Western Conference. A team that matches up well with the Warriors, and the only side to beat Golden State in Oakland this season, the Spurs host the Utah Jazz on Sunday at the AT & T Center in San Antonio before heading to Denver early next week.

This after getting the better of the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday, in comfortable fashion, with a 14-point triumph. Pat Mills came off the bench to score 18, Kawhi Leonard had a team-high 20 and Tim Duncan had a double-double in a stereotypical complete Spurs victory.

The Spurs are 1.083 to beat the Jazz, with the Utah side 8.50 to prevail.

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Warriors crush the Rockets in Houston

January 18, 2015 18:48:48 UK

Klay Thompson scored 27 points as Golden State beat the Rockets in Houston.

The Golden State Warriors bounced back nicely from their defeat to the Oklahoma City Thunder with a 131-106 hammering of the Rockets at the Toyota Center in Houston.

The Splash Brothers combination of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson each had 27 points as the visitors hit 54.9% from the field in a dominating performance. Curry also dished out 11 assists and Harrison Barnes, Draymond Green, David Lee and Marreese Speights were each in double figures to get the better of Dwight Howard, James Harden and company.

The two sides meet again on Wednesday at the Oracle Arena in Oakland in the second game of a five-game home stand for the Warriors. The Denver Nuggets arrive first on Monday and the Sacramento Kings, Chicago Bulls and Boston Celtics will round out the series.

The defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs, who are 6.00 to retain their title, continue to be a potential post-season opponent for Golden State as they lurk in seventh place in the Western Conference. A team that matches up well with the Warriors, and the only side to beat Golden State in Oakland this season, the Spurs host the Utah Jazz on Sunday at the AT & T Center in San Antonio before heading to Denver early next week.

This after getting the better of the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday, in comfortable fashion, with a 14-point triumph. Pat Mills came off the bench to score 18, Kawhi Leonard had a team-high 20 and Tim Duncan had a double-double in a stereotypical complete Spurs victory.

The Spurs are 1.083 to beat the Jazz, with the Utah side 8.50 to prevail.

Don’t forget, you can earn up to 50% more on your NBA pre-game parlays with bet365’s fantastic 50% Parlay Bonus.

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