So much for the Warriors being in for a world of hurt without David Lee.
The Warriors were able to even their series with the Nuggets at one game apiece with a 131-117 walloping sans their all-star power forward thanks to lights out shooting all game long across the lineup. Oh, and also Harrison Barnes officially declaring to the world he’d no longer like to be a rookie.
The Warriors shot 64 percent from the field, 56 percent from range and gave the Nuggets their first loss at home since Barack Obama was still in his first term as president. The series now shifts back to Oakland, where were the Warriors were 28-13 this season. The Nuggets were 19-22 away from Denver.
Stephen Curry followed up a rocky playoff debut in Game 1 with a much-improved showing Tuesday night. Curry dropped in 30 points and dished out 13 assists. Even when he was off to second straight unusually bad start shooting (he even airballed a three wide left), Curry was consistently finding open teammates for points...