Golden State finished 40.7 percent from the field, including 10-for-36 from three-point range.
On Wednesday, Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry will have achieved another important life milestone - turning the big 3-0. All of these videos can be found on the Warriors Report on YouTube.
It's a tough break for the Warriors (51-16), who are in second place in the Western Conference, two games behind the first-place Houston Rockets (53-14) in a race for the top seed in the West. We know what Steph Curry can do without you, because he did it!
After beating National Basketball Association bottom-feeders Chicago and Sacramento in the first two games Butler missed, the Wolves had lost a season-high three in a row, falling at Portland and Utah before giving a lifeless performance in a loss to the Boston Celtics on Thursday at Target Center.
If you watched the Timberwolves and Warriors take the court Sunday night, you were probably in awe of a young seven-footer who dominated the game for Minnesota.
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Denver, which led by as many as 36 points, now enters a hard stretch - eight of its next nine games are on the road.
Cook had only four points in 29 minutes. In their game against the Hawks on March 2, Curry was forced to sit out after the third quarter as their trainers noticed him limping after landing awkwardly on teammate Zaza Pachulia.
There are several teams in the West who look to challenge that narrative and assert their own credibility, including the Portland Trail Blazers, the New Orleans Pelicans, the San Antonio Spurs, the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Oklahoma City Thunder.
In the last 5 games, the Timberwolves have gone 2-3 with an average point differential of 2.2.
The Timberwolves rank third in second chance points per game (13.9) while the Warriors rank last in second chance points allowed per game (13.9).
D'Angelo Russell scored 26 points but had little help as the Nets lost for the 17th time in 20 games since January 21.
Judge releases video of fatal federal courtroom shooting
Marshall identified in court documents as "Jane Doe" fired four shots at Angilau, 25, while instructing him to drop the pen. Before he died, the incident prompted US District Judge Tena Campbell, who was hearing the case, to declare a mistrial.