Warriors Beat dreaded Pistons 113-109

By Steven Luker

Warriors 113 – Pistons 109

Game down to the wire

Stephen Curry scored 13 points during the fourth quarter and it was also a personal run for Curry who was on a nine to zero run and the Warriors ended up winning the game 113 to 109 over the Pistons. The Golden State Warriors took the lead of the game. This was after the Pistons had a ten to nothing run to cut the lead at one with four minutes and 20 seconds. A three pointer from the Pistons by Bojan Bogdanovic extended the run to 19 to seven and gave the Pistons their first lead since the first quarter.

Curry was the closer

After the Pistons took the lead in the fourth quarter Stephen Curry went on a personal nine to none run to help the Warriors to get back into the game versus the Pistons. Curry hit back to back three pointers to extend his rank atop the NBA clutch time field goals and clutch time points.

Jonathan Kuminga extends his 15 straight games in double figures

Jonathan Kuminga who recently went with a new look and got a haircut and Kuminga scored eleven points in the first half and made it his 15th game with double figures.


Warriors Bench stands out in the game

The Warriors Dario Šarić and Trayce Jackson-Davis combined for 20 points and the Warriors 21 bench points. Šarić had 12 points and Jackson-Davis had eight points. Šarić made five field goals in the game. Jackson-Davis was four for four and made a finishing alley oop in the game. 

Šarić finished the game with 17 points off the bench and three 3 pointers as for Jackson-Davis he nearly had a double-double and had eleven points and nine rebounds.

Chris Paul left the game

During the third quarter Chris Paul left the game with an injury to his left hand. The injury happened after Paul was grabbing his own rebound and he collided with Jaden Ivey and he was ruled out. 

Next for the Warriors

The Warriors are wrapping up their homestead on Wednesday versus the New Orleans Pelicans and before that they play the Toronto Raptors on Sunday.