Town business: Warriors overcome 14-point first-quarter deficit to beat Pelicans

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Steph Curry and Klay Thompson combine to score 51 points as Golden State beats New Orleans 110-95.

OAKLAND, Calif. — With the Golden State Warriors, it’s not a matter of if, but when. Oh, their surges will come; they will overwhelm foes and turn games into blowouts. The only question is how much time it will take for the surges to arrive — and perhaps what kind of devastation they will cause.

On Friday, the Warriors scored a season-high 143 points against Chicago, but less than 24 hours later, the Warriors were staring at a season-low 17 points at the end of their first quarter against the New Orleans Pelicans.

But while the Warriors appeared to be sleepwalking against New Orleans, it wasn’t long before they snapped awake and took control, earning a 110-95 win at Oracle Arena without Kevin Durant, who missed his second straight game with a sprained ankle.

Including the 2015 postseason, Saturday’s outcome marked Golden State’s 23rd

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