Warriors vs. Sixers score: Golden State hangs on for 96-89 win

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The Golden State Warriors rode a big second quarter to a 96-89 win against Philadelphia on Friday.

Behind 25 points and 12 rebounds from David Lee, the Golden State Warriors knocked off the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday, 96-89.

Golden State led 25-24 after the first quarter, but took control in the second. Golden State outscored the 76ers, 32-18, in the second quarter to take a 57-42 lead into halftime. Jarrett Jack led the way for the Warriors in the second quarter, scoring 11 points off the bench in the frame.

That lead proved to be enough, as the Warriors held on for the win despite being outscored 47-39 in the second half. Lee was instrumental in helping the Warriors keep the lead. He scored 15 points in the half, including eight in the fourth quarter.

In addition to Lee, five other Warriors finished in double figures. Jack finished with 16 points, while Carl Landry scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds off the bench. Golden State's bench outscored the 76ers bench, 36-20. Klay Thompson made four of his seven three-point attempts, finishing with 14 points.

The Warriors continue to play well at home and are now 9-4 at Oracle Arena.

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