Oakland, CA (Sports Network) - Stephen Curry didn't light up the Knicks for 54
points on Monday, but his Warriors rolled to a blowout win nonetheless.
Curry netted 26 points to lead Golden State in a 92-63 drubbing of New York,
avenging the team's loss at Madison Square Garden on Feb. 27 despite the point
guard's career high scoring night.
Klay Thompson added 23 points, while David Lee recorded a double-double with
21 points and 10 rebounds after missing Saturday's loss to the Bucks with a
right knee contusion. Lee was also two assists shy of a triple-double against
his former team after missing the previous meeting.
Carmelo Anthony also returned from his own knee injury that cost him three
games but was not as successful, hitting just 4-of-15 shots to finish with 14
points and 10 rebounds in the loss.
The Knicks had won three of four coming in, but shot an NBA season-low 27
percent from the field to open a five-game road trip on a sour note.
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