Stephen Curry gets triple-double, Warriors crush Knicks

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Stephen Curry registered a triple-double with 27 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists to lead the Golden State Warriors to a blowout victory over the New York Knicks, 126-103. The Warriors shot really well from the field in this one, going 44-92 (47.8%). This is the seventh win for Golden State (36-23) in its last 10 games.

Curry went 9-19 (5-11 from three-point range) in a solid outing. Other key players for Golden State included Jermaine O'Neal with 15 points and 6 rebounds, and David Lee with 10 points and 6 rebounds. On 7-26 shooting (1-6 on 3-point attempts), in addition to going 8-8 from the free throw line, Carmelo Anthony scored 23 points for New York in the loss. He also tallied 16 rebounds.

The Knicks had 14 assists against 17 turnovers for a ratio of .82. This year, they are 2-5 when having more turnovers than assists in a game. Conversely, the Warriors are 10-2 when holding their opponents below an assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.00.

New York (21-38) has now dropped their last five consecutive games.

Coming up next, the Warriors take on the Toronto Raptors, who are 32-26 on the year. The Knicks go up against the Chicago Bulls, currently 32-26 this season. The Warriors are 1-0 versus Toronto this season. The Knicks are 1-1 versus Chicago this season.

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