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The Golden State Warriors returned to the floor where they won the NBA championship last season and embarrassed the Cleveland Cavaliers 132-98 Monday.Stephen Curry scored 35 points in three quarters for the Warriors who built a huge early lead and cruised to their fifth straight victory over the Cavaliers, who appear at this stage to be the best team the Eastern Conference can put up against the several title contenders in the West.Chris Paul had 28 points and 12 assists for the Clippers. He, Redick and Jamal Crawford each made 3-pointers while the Clippers opened overtime on a 9-2 run.Nowitzki scored 21 of those points across the fourth quarter and overtime, while Deron Williams had 10 of his 20 points in OT for the Mavericks, who led by 17 points in the second quarter but trailed by six in the fourth before rallying.
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