While Klay Thompson and David Lee have regained their shooting touch, the Golden State Warriors are hoping to build on the defensive effort that helped get them back on track. That might not be particularly difficult against the NBA's worst offensive club. The Warriors will try to win for the fourth time in five games on Monday night when they visit the Charlotte Bobcats, who look to end their 14-game drought against Western Conference opponents. After they combined for only 16 points in a 105-83 loss at Houston on Friday, Thompson and Lee teamed up to score 53 while Stephen Curry added 22 and matched a career high with 15 assists in a 108-82 win at Memphis on Saturday.
|Sat, Dec 7||@||Memphis||W||108 - 82|
|Fri, Dec 6||@||Houston||L||105 - 83|
|Tue, Dec 3||v||Toronto||W||112 - 103|