Curry scored 29 points, leading the Warriors to a handy win over their rivals.
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Stephen Curry's 29 points and a record-setting triple-double from Draymond Green propelled the Golden State Warriors to a 124-114 NBA victory over the Houston Rockets Thursday. In a clash of the two highest-scoring teams in the NBA, the reigning champion Warriors shrugged off the absence of forward Kevin Durant, with Andre Iguodala stepping into the starter's role and contributing 10 points and seven assists.Green's 17 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists made him the franchise's leader in triple-doubles, now with 21 .Russell Westbrook's triple-double and 31 points from Paul George fueled the Oklahoma City Thunder's 127-117 victory over the Clippers in Los Angeles.Reigning NBA Most Valuable Player Westbrook scored 29 points, pulled down 12 rebounds and handed out 11 assists for the Thunder, who notched their second win in as many nights in Los Angeles after a 133-96 rout of the Lakers Wednesday.
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