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Golden State rallied nine consecutive wins
IMAGE SOURCE The Golden State Warriors beat the Washington Wizards 126-118 in the regular season game of the NBA 2018-19 at the D.C. Capital One Arena in Washington. The victory gave the Golden State a 34 to 14 game record with a 9-point winning streak. By the end of the first quarter, it was a one-point win. Golden State took the lead afterwards. Stephen Curry's basket count led Golden State to a point in the first quarter with a run scored by curry and Kevin Durant scored 37-28. The second-quarter flow was not much different. Washington was close to a four-point lead in the second quarter but Golden State Curry's score and Durant's dunk to finish 67-59. VIDEO SOURCE Golden State opened the gap in the middle of the third quarter. After Raymond Green's layup scorer, Durant's three stores and Curry's basket count came in succession. He scored eight consecutive points in 75-69 and was 14 points in a flash. The Golden State, who led the league in 10th place, ended the third quarter with 12 points in 104-92. Washington did not give up. In the fourth quarter, Washington was in the spotlight and was caught up two points to 106-108 in just four minutes. Trevor Ariza scored 27 points and Tomáš Satoranský scored 20 points and seven assists for Washington. However, Washington Ace Bradley Beal scored 22 points, 9 rebounds. There was no reverse pole. Shaun Livingston's free-throw goal scored for the Golden State, who earned a two-digit lead with the continental dunk of Alfonzo McKinnie and Kevon Looney, Livingston's basket count again. Curry scored 38 points and scored the most points on both teams, 8 attempts, three-pointers, but he added two points and free throws. Durant had 21 points and DeMarcus Cousins ​​had 17 points. Green had only seven points, but he had 15 rebounds and seven assists. Washington has slowed down the Golden State talks in the fourth quarter, but it has not been in the opposite direction.

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