David Lee had a double-double and the Golden State Warriors over came an eight-point deficit at half to upend the Brooklyn Jets 109-102 in the second game of their seven-game road trip.
Lee scored 30 points and grabbed 15 rebounds as the Warriors defense clamped down and only allowed the Nets to score 39 points in the third and fourth quarters combined after scoring 31 and 32 points in the first and second quarters.
Stephen Curry added 28 points off of 10-of-19 shooting as the Warriors shot 51.1 percent overall en route to the win. Jarrett Jack added 15 and Klay Thompson contributed 13.
Nets guard Joe Johnson led all scorers with 32 points on 12-of-23 shooting but the rest of the Nets struggled from the field a bit, shooting 42.5 percent as a team.
It was the fifth win in six games for the Warriors as they improved to 6-4 on the road. The Nets have now lost three straight, including two on the road. In all three losses the Nets opponents have scored more than 100 points. Prior to that, they went five games without an opponent eclipsing the century market - all wins.
The Warriors continue their road trip with a game on Saturday against the Washington Wizards.