76ers and Warriors trade 47-point quarters in Golden State’s comeback win

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Steph Curry scores 20 of his 35 points in the third quarter of Golden State’s 124-116 win in Philadelphia.

PHILADELPHIA — The Golden State Warriors were down 22 at the half, with the 76ers doing the bulk of their damage by way of a 47-point opening quarter.

However, a third quarter collapse by the Sixers cost them the lead — and ultimately, the game.

Golden State, trailing by as many as 24 points, completed a 124-116 comeback victory on Saturday at Wells Fargo Center on the strength of their own 47-point third quarter.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr said his team wasn’t “locked in, we weren’t focused.”

“I think just the embarrassment of how we played in the first half,” Kerr said. “We just didn’t compete.”

The signs of disinterest coming from the Warriors were apparent early in the contest.

Draymond Green picked up a technical early in the first quarter. Kerr called his second timeout four minutes into the quarter, just eight seconds removed

Article source: http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/21463711/nba-76ers-warriors-trade-47-point-quarters-golden-state-comeback-win

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