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Golden State's "Splash Brothers" scored 63 points. NOLA guards Holiday and Evans combined for 64. Such a fun game to watch tonight
For 3rd straight game, Pelicans had a pair of 30-point scorers. AD/Jrue in Dallas; Ryan/Tyreke vs. Cavs; Jrue/Tyreke tonight vs. Warriors
Steve Kerr on narrow W: "No Anthony Davis. It's just human nature (to let down) and we got outplayed... We turned it over and didn't guard."
Tough loss for the Pelicans. Playing without Anthony Davis, they fall 128-122 in OT to the Warriors.
Warriors outscored Pelicans, 17-11, in overtime.
Pelicans lose in overtime by 6. 128-122 is your final score.
Warriors extend their winning streak to 16 with 128-122 OT victory against Pelicans.
Got to execute in a clutch in OT against a team like Golden State, especially when trying to end a 15-game winning streak.Pelicans didn't.
Ryan Anderson airballed a 3-point attempt. Austin Rivers overshot a layup. Not good.
After it looked bleak, down 11, Pelicans got within 125-119 but couldn't convert on next 2 possessions. Warriors ball at 0:21 of OT
Pelicans are down 6 with less than 22 seconds. Played great, but things don't look good for our Pels.
Pelicans have made just one shot from the field in overtime.
Stephen Curry making shots in OT.
Pelicans unable to come up with anything in overtime - Warriors leading 125-114 with 2:11 remaining.
Curry hits a killer 3 and makes it a 9 point game.
Tyreke Evans just fouled out
Pelicans' offense and defense have vanished in overtime.
Warriors open OT on 8-1 run, capped by Curry (31 pts) trey. FYI Tyreke Evans has 34 pts/7 reb/5 ast. His career high in scoring is 41 pts
Curry hits a 3 and puts the warriors up 119-112 with around 3:30 to play
Golden State on 8-1 run to start overtime period. They're leading Pelicans, 119-112, with 3:27 remaining.
Pelicans' first overtime game this season.
Warriors' 15-game winning streak on the line heading into the extra five-minute period against Pelicans.
Tyreke Evans unable to connect on desperation shot. Pelicans-Warriors heading into overtime.
Here comes overtime
We are headed for overtime. Pelicans 111, Warriors 111
Tied at 111 with 2.5 seconds left after Klay Thompson missed 20-foot jumper. Pelicans ball after timeout.
Marreese Speights makes one of two free throws, score tied at 111 with 43.5 seconds left. Pelicans ball
Pelicans up 1 with 49 seconds to go.
Pelicans clinging to 111-110 lead with 49 seconds remaining. It's Warriors ball after timeout.
Probably most entertaining game Pelicans have played in this season. That's after beating Cavs 2 days ago. NOLA 111-110 with 49 ticks to go
Finally the Pelicans have opted to trap the ball on a couple of possessions in fourth quarter. Haven't seen much of that this season.
Dante Cunningham making some big shots in 4Q. A 20-footer from top of key gives NOLA 109-106 lead with 2-plus mins left
Warriors making their push just cut the deficit to 107-106. T. Evans back in game.
Tyreke Evans on the bench right now with five fouls.
Warriors have missed three of their last four shots - all 3s. Pelicans leading 105-99 with 4:23 remaining.
Pelicans are leading the Warriors 105-99 with 4:23 remaining.
Sorry about the lack of tweeting in the second half, a lot of technical difficulties over here.
Nice pass by Jrue. Nice finish by Tyreke. Pels up 6.
Warriors have 18 turnovers vs. Pels.
Pelicans forced Warrior turnovers on two consecutive possessions. Pelicans leading 102-96 with 6:23 remaining.
Anthony Davis is huge loss (Captain Obvious told me that), but Pelicans have several guys who can score 20+ pts. Evans 28, Jrue 22, Ryan 15
Tyreke Evans and Jrue Holiday taking turns delivering shots against Warriors. But Stephen Curry just scored. Pelicans leading 98-96.
Pels are up 4 after a Tyreke 3 and Jrue's jumper. Just under 8 minutes left.
Pelicans tough at home, even with Anthony Davis sitting out.
Jrue Holiday blocks Klay Thompson J, resulting in 24-second violation. Holiday some impressive swats lately. He's 3rd on NOLA in blocks (12)
Pels and Warriors stay tied at 93 with just under 9 minutes to play in the game.
With 8:59 remaining in game, Pelicans-Warriors tied at 93.
Wow, Pelicans just forced a shot-clock violation on Warriors. Don't think that's happened a lot this season for Golden State.
Monty Williams got his backups and Jrue Holiday on the floor for the start of the fourth quarter. They just had a shot-clock violation.
Pelicans make it a game and tie things up to end the 4th quarter. 89-89.
Warriors had 43 fastbreak points against Pelicans in their Dec. 4 victory at Oracle Arena. After three quarters tonight, they have 15.
At end of the 3Q: Pelicans 89, Warriors 89. Should be an interesting fourth.
It's tied at 89 at the end of three between Pelicans and Warriors.
Not many teams want to get in a run-and-gun game with Warriors. But Pelicans actually rank higher in offensive efficiency (5th; GSW 7th)
Warriors don't have a clue how to slow down Tyreke Evans right now - he has 23 points on 10 of 16 shooting.
Monty Williams gave Jrue Holiday a friendly shove after that great hustle play. Jrue playing his best basketball as a Pelican this month
Pelicans on 11-0 run since Jeff Withey's breakaway dunk at the 5:41 mark.
After trailing by as many as 10 in the 3Q, Pelicans go on an 11-0 run to take an 83-82 lead over Warriors with 3:17 to play in the quarter.
Tyreke Evans having another field day on layups, scoring eight of his nine baskets on that shot. Evans 21 pts overall on 9-for-15 shooting
Pelicans regain lead, 83-82, against Warriors with 3:17 remaining in 3Q
Jrue Holiday (20 pts/9-14 FGs) on pace to make over half of his shots for a 5th straight game. Was 34 of 61 in previous 4 games
Jrue Holiday finding his way though openings in the lane to score.
Omer Asik must have forgotten how to slam dunk the ball. Just missed a layup because he wasn't being aggressive.
Ryan Anderson scoring frequently on tip-ins. Anderson is rare player averaging nearly as many offensive boards (2.2) as defensive (3.1)
Longest opponent win streak New Orleans has snapped during Anthony Davis era is 15 (Denver in '12-13 season). Warriors have won 15 in a row
Key stat: Warriors 6 of 10 from three-point range in 1H. Pelicans were only 2 of 10. Warriors rank 7th in NBA in %; Pelicans are 17th
It felt like Curry didn't really have a big half. Then you realize he had 15 points on 10 shots and went 3-4 from 3.