Feb 8, 2017; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson (11) has his shot attempt blocked by Chicago Bulls forward Nikola Mirotic (44) in the second quarter at Oracle Arena. Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports
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The Golden State Warriors bounced back in a big way Wednesday, romping to a wire-to-wire 123-92 NBA victory over the under-manned Chicago Bulls in Oakland.The Warriors haven't lost back-to-back games since April of 2015 .Kevin Durant scored 22 points, pulled down 10 rebounds and handed out seven assists and Draymond Green added 19 points as the Warriors improved their league-leading record to 44-8 .All-Star forward Kawhi Leonard scored 32 points for the Spurs.The Heat were a slightly better 47.7 percent from the floor, but made 11 of 33 three-point attempts and pulled down 14 offensive rebounds.The Grizzlies held the Suns to 33 percent shooting -- 21.7 percent from three-point range -- in a game that saw three players tossed late in the fourth quarter.
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