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Warriors Wake Up, Roar Back to Beat Sixers

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    CSN Bay Area staff
    Warriors wake up, roar back to beat Sixers

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    OAKLAND -- The Warriors snapped their three-game losing streak Tuesday night, dropping several gallons of sweat in a ferocious fourth-quarter comeback that yielded a 106-104 win over the stubborn Philadelphia 76ers.

    Stephen Curry (29) and Klay Thompson (28) combined for 57 points, and Draymond Green emerged as a third scorer with 20 as the Warriors overcame another poor offensive performance. Matt Barnes, coming off the bench, added 10 points.

    The Warriors (53-14) were outshot (44.9 percent to 36.8) and outrebounded (49-42) The Sixers even had more assists, 28-24.

    But after a disastrous third quarter, during which they shot 23.1 percent and were outscored 31-20, the Warriors regrouped in the fourth quarter to hold the 76ers to 14 points on 6-of-20 shooting.

    Rookie forward Dario Saric scored 25 points to lead Philadelphia (24-43), which has lost eight of its last 10 games.

    STANDOUT PERFORMER:

    Thompson and Green spent the evening doing their part to make it a game. Thompson did most of his damage early, keeping the Warriors in range, while Green spread his work throughout the entire game.

    Green’s line: 20 points (4-of-12, 1-of-4, 11-of-14), eight assists, seven rebounds, six blocks and four steals. He played 38 minutes and finished plus-15.

    Thompson’s line: 28 points (10-of-22 from the field, including 5-of-9 from beyond the arc, 3-of-3 from the line) and two rebounds. He played 37 minutes and finished minus-7.

    TURNING POINT:

    Trailing 90-78 after three quarters, the Warriors opened the fourth with a 15-2 run to up 93-92 on a Shaun Livingston jumper with 7:34 remaining. That gave them their first lead of the second half.

    The teams exchanged leads over the final minutes until a Curry 3-pointer put the Warriors ahead for good, at 101-99 with 3:42 left.

    INJURY UPDATE:

    Warriors: F Kevin Durant (L knee sprain, bone bruise) was listed as out.

    76ers: G Jerryd Bayless (L wrist surgery), C Joel Embiid (L knee injury), F Ben Simmons (R foot fracture) and F/C Tiago Splitter (R calf strain) were listed as out. F Robert Covington (R knee soreness) was listed as out but upgraded to available.

    WHAT’S NEXT:

    The Warriors return to action Thursday night at Oracle Arena, where they play host to the Orlando Magic. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:35 p.m.

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