Draymond dunks on two Trail Blazers
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Iguodala's fancy up-and-under layup
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Lowry still puts up shots postgame
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Thompson's splash gives Warriors 1st lead
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The untold story of Steven Adams
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Metta recounts Russell-Young incident
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Whiteside rises over defender on alley-oop
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Metta talks Kobe's farewell tour
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Warriors overcome their largest deficit entering the 4th quarter this season (11 Pts) to defeat Trail Blazers, 110-99.
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Warriors rally to beat Trail Blazers 110-99 and take 2-0 lead: ViewFromVegas is they end up covering as 9-point home faves (stays under 212)
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Warriors rally to beat Trail Blazers 110-99 and take 2-0 series lead. The ViewFromVegas is they also ended up covering as 9-point home favorites. The game stayed under the total of 212.