KEVIN Durant scored 25 points, Stephen Curry had 24 points and Klay Thompson put up 23 as the Golden State Warriors used a 41-point outburst in the third quarter to beat a stubborn Detroit Pistons side, 127-107, for their third straight win on Thursday night (Friday, Manila time) in Oakland.
The Warriors had a 60-58 lead at the half before their Big 3 led a 26-12 run in nine minutes of the third period. The Pistons were limited to 19 points.
Golden State buried 15-of-29 3-pointers for a 51.7% clip from beyond the arc and shot 56.2 percent overall from the field.
The Warriors are now 34-6 and have solidified their lead in the Western Conference over the San Antonio Spurs who have a 32-8 record.
Markieff Morris led the Pistons with 21 points, Tobias Harris had 18. Reggie Jackson added 14 for Detroit which lost its second straight game.