Warriors vs. Blazers, NBA Scores: Warriors Rout Blazers 110-86 to End Season on a High Note

The fans of the Golden State Warriors got a fleeting taste of success tonight as they routed a Portland Trailblazers team consisting of mostly reserves by a score of 110-86 at Oracle Arena this evening.

Four of the five startes for the W’s tonight were in double figures, lead by Reggie Williams with 28 points including 4-8 from downtown, Dorell Wright had 20, Steph Curry had 18 and 9 assists, while David Lee had 13 and 6 boards; Jeremy Lin also had a great showing with 12 points in 24 minutes off the bench. As a team the W’s shot 51% and had an impressive 15 steals, compared to the Blazers atrocious 33% from the field and 6 steals.

As previously mentioned, Portland used a lot of reserves tonight, led by Paddy Mills’ 23 points, Wesley Matthews had 18, while Armon Johnson added 12 and Luke Babbit 11. Portland out rebounded the W’s 48-41, but also had 19 turnovers.

Full box score can be found here.

Great way to end the season for the Warriors, now it’s onward and upward, and the NBA Draft Lottery.

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