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Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors rally to beat Spurs 110-98 after trailing by 22 in first quarter. The ViewFromVegas is they did it as 4.5-point road underdogs and +165 on the money line. The game also went over the closing total of 207 on Dewayne Dedmon's basket with 31 seconds to play after most of the other starters were on the bench. Most early under bettors cashed as the over/under opened between 209.5 and 210.5 at the majority of sports books before being bet down.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Draymond Green on message sent with comeback over Spurs: "Nothing, nothing. We just went up another game in the standings. That's it."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Draymond Green: Even down 22, "I never felt like they were dominating us."

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Steph Curry says the Warriors play a finesse style, but "I'd definitely call us a tough team that knows how to win."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

David West on being booed in San Antonio: "Hey, this is the NBA, man."

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Steve Kerr on coming back from early 22-point deficit: "We felt confident. The NBA game is a long process, and you've got to stick with it. Obviously, we've got a lot of firepower."

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It was a rare Thunder basket on Wednesday night that wasn't either shot by Russell Westbrook or connected to him.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Carmelo Anthony talking about why he's accepting a lesser role for the remainder of the season, which allows the Knicks' younger players more opportunity:

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

A 23-3 deficit on the second night of a road back-to-back against the team with the NBA's second-best record didn't faze the Warriors. Golden State's 110-98 win is about as impressive as March victories get.

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9:50 ET "Man these back to backs are brutal. When will the NBA learn?" 11:50 ET "Do the Warriors need KD?"

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Triple-double No. 38 of the season was a memorable one. Russell Westbrook scored 57 points, most in a triple-double in NBA history (via Elias Sports Bureau).

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Russell Westbrook joins James Harden as the only players in NBA history with multiple 50-point triple-doubles in a season.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Warriors' dreadful start is a distant memory. Golden State 84, San Antonio 77 entering the fourth quarter. Steph Curry scored 13 of his 27 in the third. His long 3 at the buzzer had the crowd gasping, but it didn't go down.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony took 12 shots tonight. Here's Anthony on accepting a lesser role the rest of the season to give the Knicks' younger players more opportunity: "I see the writing on the wall. I see what it is. I see what they're trying to do and it's just me accepting that. That's what puts me at peace. Just knowing and understanding how things work. I'm at peace with that."

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Russell Westbrook shot 21-of-40 from the floor, including 6-for-15 behind the arc, to go with 13 rebounds and 11 assists.