Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson each made seven three-pointers and the Golden State Warriors won their seventh consecutive game, beating the Magic, 118-98, on Sunday in Orlando.
With the score tied at the half, the Warriors woke up from West Coast time after the intermission to pull away. This was the first Eastern time zone noon tip for them since 1995, when they lost by 34 points in Orlando.
Curry went seven for 13 on three-pointers and scored 27 points while Thompson was seven for nine from behind the arc and had 21 points. The Warriors shot 19 of 42 overall from three-point range while the Magic went seven for 28.
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