There’s a saying that goes “There’s no Splash Party like a Dubs Splash Party” – or something like that – and the Dubs’ Saturday night Splash Party certainly didn’t stop in a 135-114 victory over the visiting Sixers. The Dubs shot 14-for-27 (51.9 percent) on 3-pointers and picked up their sixth straight win.
Kevin Durant returned to action after sitting out Wednesday’s game vs. Minnesota with a left thigh contusion, leading all scorers with 29 points. Klay Thompson chipped in with 23 points and Stephen Curry tallied 22 points and nine assists for the game in which he was a plus-29 in his time on the court. Thompson led the Warriors with four 3-pointers, while Durant and Curry each had three apiece.
Nick Young had a trio of 3-pointers himself, all coming in the third quarter when the Dubs broke the game open. Young made his first five shots and finished with 13 points to lead a strong Dubs reserves effort.