No Curry? No problem in Warriors' 108-94 road win over Bucks

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Williams scores 26 points in Clippers' win LOS ANGELES - Being.500 is hardly a team's goal, although with the kind of injury-wracked season the Clippers are having, it's somewhat of an accomplishment.

Draymond Green remains the NBA's leader in technical fouls with 11, but he avoided getting T'd up in Saturday's emotional win over the Raptors. DeMar DeRozan led the Raptors with 24 points, Serge Ibaka added 15 points and Jakob Poeltl had 14 rebounds in the loss. The Raptors also got 12 points, nine rebounds and this nifty move in the midst of the Toronto rally from Jonas Valanciunas.

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The return of Curry, who rolled his ankle when he slipped toward the end of shoot-around Wednesday morning, should provide a much-appreciated jolt to a team that is playing less than 24 hours after its 108-94 win over the Bucks.


Injury report: For Toronto, Kyle Lowry is listed as questionable with a bruised tailbone.

SAN ANTONIO - Kawhi Leonard scored 19 points in his return from a three-game absence, Davis Bertans had 18 and San Antonio never trailed in a victory over Denver. He was a +28 for the night, while shooting 8-for-11 from the floor and 6-for-8 from beyond the three-point line. Trouble is, the remainder of Toronto's lineup accounted for the remaining 16 points as the Warriors shot a sizzling 73.9 per cent from the field (17-of-23) and 5-of-9 from three-point range.

"Having a player like that who elevates your level of play definitely makes you better as a basketball player so I appreciate times like this", Durant said.

WASHINGTON - John Wall scored 17 of his 23 points in the second half and overtime and added 16 assists as Washington beat Brooklyn after giving back a 23-point lead.

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