After third quarter collapse, Warriors roll to double-digit win over Bucks

Curry sprains ankle at shootaround will not play against Clippers

After third quarter collapse, Warriors roll to double-digit win over Bucks

That's exactly what Golden State Warriors superstar Kevin Durant had in mind when he faked Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo out of his shoes on Friday night at BMO Harris Bradley Center.

The Warriors' tightened up their defense in the fourth quarter and opened their five-game road trip with a 108-94 victory in Milwaukee on Saturday (AEDT). The Warriors will face the Toronto Raptors on Saturday and the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday in a pair of high-profile matchups, but in the midst of a mistake-filled third quarter, it appeared as though Golden State forgot how risky the Bucks can be. They scored 60 combined points in the first and third quarters, only to have 34 in the second and fourth quarters.

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Curry had already missed 11 games this season with a sprained right ankle when he aggravated the injury at shootaround prior to Wednesday's game against the Clippers, which he also missed. Milwaukee took a 53-46 lead into halftime despite making only 2 of 14 3-point attempts.

Durant scored 17 points in the first half as the Warriors shot 63.6 percent of the field en route to a 63-49 lead at the break.

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The reigning National Basketball Association champion Golden State Warriors were triumphant at BMO Harris Bradley Center, defeating the Milwaukee Bucks 108-94. He put the final nail in Milwaukee's coffin on this night with a three-pointer in the final two minutes that extended Golden State's lead to 102-92. The Warriors outscored the Bucks 28-12 in the fourth quarter, with Milwaukee shooting only 5-of-20 (25 percent) from the field. That 4-3 start is a distant memory now that they have stormed back to the top of the Western Conference standings with Curry still working his way back to full strength.

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