The Golden State Warriors rallied from an early first-half deficit to beat the Brooklyn Nets, 102-93. The Nets trailed the Warriors, 30-18, after the first quarter but then got outscored, 23-16, in the second quarter. The Warriors then took the lead in the second half for good with a 33-20 third quarter and held on for a comfortable victory.
The Warriors were led by Stephen Curry, who had 25 points, six rebounds and four assists. Klay Thompson chipped in 23 points, and David Lee had another impressive night with 20 points, 13 rebounds and six dimes. Carl Landry added 11 points and five rebounds, and Jarrett Jack distributed nine assists. Golden State shot over 53% from the field and nailed 7 of 15 their 15 three-pointers.
Brook Lopez led the Nets with 22 points, with Joe Johnson contributing 13 points and Andray Blatch putting in 11 points. Deron Williams had nine points and eight assists.
With their second straight win, the Warriors move to 7-5 on the season. Their next game is Friday night against the Denver Nuggets.