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The New Orleans Pelicans, energized by a return to their home court, dominated the reigning champion Golden State Warriors in a 119-100 NBA playoff win on Friday as Houston reasserted themselves against the Utah Jazz.Anthony Davis scored 33 points with 18 rebounds and four steals and Pelicans point guard Rajon Rondo dished out 21 assists to keep the New Orleans offense clicking.Warriors coach Steve Kerr wasn't surprised to see the Pelicans respond after dropping the first two games in Oakland.Kevin Durant added 22 points and Curry finished with 19 points on six-of-19 shooting for the Warriors.James Harden scored 25 points with 12 assists for Houston.Mitchell connected on just four of 16 from the field for 10 points while Ingles, who scored 27 points in game two, finished with six points on two-of-10 shooting.
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