Stephen Curry finished with 42 points for the Warriors. (Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports)
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Stephen Curry scored 42 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 129-105 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers Wednesday in an NBA Finals rematch in name only.Curry drained nine 3-pointers and Kevin Durant added 25 points on nine of 16 shooting as the Warriors pulled away in the second half against a Cleveland team that bears little resemblance to the LeBron James-led Cavs that battled the Warriors in the last four championship series.Durant pulled down 10 rebounds and handed out nine assists.The Warriors improved to 17-9 -- still fourth in a Western Conference led by the Denver Nuggets, who edged the Orlando Magic 124-118 in overtime for a seventh straight victory that pushed their record to 17-7 .They finished the night half a game in front of the Oklahoma City Thunder, who erased a 23-point deficit with less than five minutes to play to beat the Brooklyn Nets 114-112 .
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