The Golden State Warriors are off to a great start in their attempt to end their elongated losing streak at the U.S. Airways Center, where their highest scoring half of the season has them up 59-45 at the half against the Phoenix Suns Wednesday night.
David Lee is pacing the W's so far, leading the team with 15 points and three rebounds, but Dorell Wright came out in attack mode tonight, finishing the half with 13 points on 4-6 shooting and has been a big factor in the W's lead so far. Monta Ellis has nine and two assists.
Stephen Curry and Ekpe Udoh both left the game in the first half with injury, but hopefully both will be fine. Curry has nine points and two assists as well.
As for the Suns, Jerad Dudley leads the way for the Suns with 13 points in the first half, while Grant Hill has seven. Steve Nash has only three points but five assists.
Golden State needs to keep their foot on the gas if they want to enter the All-Star break with a winning streak.
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