Klay Thompson scored 26 points, Stephen Curry contributed 25 with five 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, leading the Golden State Warriors to a 129-107 victory over the Utah Jazz, in a game where coach Steve Kerr was absent. The win marked the Warriors' fifth consecutive victory, propelling them above .500, with assistant coach Kenny Atkinson steering the team in Kerr's absence.By the Numbers
- Klay Thompson scored 26 points, with his most points since having 30 against Chicago on Jan. 12.
- Stephen Curry made five 3-pointers in the fourth quarter and contributed 25 points.
- The Warriors secured their fifth straight victory, moving them above .500.
- Assistant coach Kenny Atkinson led the team in the absence of coach Steve Kerr.
The Warriors will host the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night before playing the Jazz on the road again Thursday, while the Jazz will host the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday night.Bottom Line
The absence of coach Steve Kerr due to personal reasons did not deter the Golden State Warriors, as Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry's formidable performance led the team to a convincing victory over the Utah Jazz, marking their fifth consecutive win and pushing them above .500.
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