Now that the Golden State Warriors have won a few games, they're looking to keep it flowing against the New Jersey Nets Wednesday night. David Lee has been pouring it in for the W's as of late, but played more of a facilitator role in the first half as Monta Ellis and the second-unit were very efficient, leading to a 56-55 lead at the half.
Monta finished 4-8 from the floor with 13 points, while Dorell Wright added 10. David Lee only had six points in the first half but was moving the ball well and lead to a lot of good offensive possessions. Brandon Rush has continued his great play off the bench, adding 7 points in 11 minutes. Every player is producing one way or another as all W's that have seen time have scored thus far.
Four of the Five Nets starters have scored in double-digits in the first half as Kris Humphries and Deron Williams already have 10, rookie MarShon Brooks 11, and Mehmet Okur 13. Williams already has five assists, with Humphries has 9 boards in the first half.
It's looking like a shootout might be brewing at the Prudential Center. Watch out for Golden State's foul troubles in the second half as David Lee already has three.
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