Josh McRoberts was angry on Sunday night as his Miami
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The Golden State Warriors legitimately stole a victory in Atlanta on Friday night when Andre Iguodala nailed this long range game-winner on the buzzer. The Warriors were under the pump for most of the game as the Hawks gave them all they could handle. Golden State made their run with around five minutes left in regulation, culminating with Iggy’s clutch shot.
Golden State looked to have cooled off significantly in this game, fresh off a scintillating shooting performance the night before in Miami.
Steph Curry had an interesting night, racking up nine turnovers to go with his 22 points, 8 rebounds, 9 assists and 5 steals. Aussie Andrew Bogut had a very productive 18 minutes, contributing six points, nine rebounds, three assists, a steal and three blocks.
The post-game belonged to Iguodala though, as he continued to build on his reputation as a big shot maker.
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For those with a short memory, Iggy also put the business on Oklahoma City on November 14.
Golden State have now won nine of their past 10 games, with a controversial two point loss to the San Antonio Spurs the only recent blemish. They face three more road games at Washington, Milwaukee and Brooklyn respectively before returning home to face the Celtics on January 10.