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Warriors second-year guard, Kent Bazemore, threw down a vicious dunk on Mavericks’ Jackie Carmichael late in the fourth quarter of Thursday night’s Golden State-Dallas Summer League game. The throwdown sparked a 15-2 Warriors run to close the game, giving them a 79-76 victory and extending their Summer League win streak to 11 games. Bazemore finished with 25 points and 6 rebounds.

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