Highlights from Warriors big comeback win over Pelicans, 125-115

Mar 8 2017 New Orleans LA USA Quavo from the hip-hop group Migos poses with the New Orleans Pelicans mascot in the second half of the game against the Toronto Raptors at the Smoothie King Center. The Raptors won 94-87. Mandatory Credit Chuck Cook-U

New Orleans (12-12) was led by Jrue Holiday's season-high 34 points and E'Twaun Moore's career-high 28 points.

"It was a dumb play", Curry said. "That's who he is, I got to be me". "So, obviously, it hurt".

Klay Thompson added 22 points and Kevin Durant and Draymond Green each had 19 for the Warriors, who won their fourth straight.

Mercury News reported after the game that Curry had suffered an ankle sprain and would receive X-rays. "I'm not going to fight nobody", Durant said.

Cousins didn't talk after the game.

But neither Durant nor the Warriors should be so cavalier (pun intended) about being ejected late in a game because the consequences are great. So I'm not trying to get suspended. Durant was ejected against the Pelicans for the third time this season. Every time I get ejected I make sure it's late in the game. Durant is doing too much to show the league, he isn't a cupcake and a softy. We know that he's feisty. We're getting way too emotional, myself included. "We know that he plays that way, so I can't get involved with that - that's just who he is, I've got to be me".

It was the second time this season that the Warriors had come back from 20 points down or more to claim victory. It was late in the game.

Though the Warriors didn't carry their momentum into the fourth quarter, they did play bucket-for-bucket with New Orleans and finally took their first lead of the half on an Andre Iguodala transition dunk with eight and a half minutes to play.

Will the New Orleans Pelicans keep things close tonight as a home underdog when they host the Golden State Warriors at 8:00 p.m. ET?

It seems to me that the Warriors are well on their way to earning themselves a negative reputation - the kind that makes it a lot tougher to actually get calls.

"We're a championship team", Kerr said. Patrick McCaw left in the second quarter after getting hit on the nose when Cousins followed through on a blocked shot.

New Orleans blew a chance to end a nine-game losing streak to the Warriors (19-6). New Orleans matched Golden State's 16 made 3s. "I'm not messing up like that in the first, second quarter". Curry had 15 points in the period. He is now averaging 26.1 points, 6.4 assists, and 5.1 rebounds per game, while shooting 47.3 percent from the field this season. Rajon Rondo had 10 assists in 24 minutes.

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