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Atlanta Hawks fall 114-95 in battle of NBA's top two teams
Atlanta Hawks' Jeff Teague (0) goes up for a shot as Golden State Warriors' James Michael McAdoo, behind Teague, defends during the first half of Wednesday's game in Oakland, Calif. - photo by Jose Marie Sanchez
OAKLAND, Calif. — Harrison Barnes had 25 points, Andre Iguodala added 21 points and six assists, and the Golden State Warriors cruised past the Atlanta Hawks 114-95 on Wednesday night in a matchup of the NBA's top two teams. Stephen Curry had 16 points and 12 assists, Draymond Green contributed 18 points and Andrew Bogut grabbed 14 rebounds as balanced Golden State maintained the best record in the league (54-13) with its 10th straight win at home. The Hawks, looking fatigued and trailing big by the fourth quarter, were denied again in a chance to clinch their first division title since the 1993-94 season as Washington won at Utah.
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