Posted January 14, 2012 on
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The Golden State Warriors have yet to win on the road, but that may be about to change despite the absence of Stephen Curry.
The Warriors open a four-game road trip Saturday night when they visit a Charlotte Bobcats club seeking to avoid a seventh straight loss.
Golden State lost all three games on its first road trip of the season Jan. 2-6, falling to Phoenix, San Antonio and the Los Angeles Lakers - all more imposing opponents than the Bobcats (2-10).
The Warriors (3-7) also begin their current trek undermanned, with Curry (ankle) and Kwame Brown (chest) both sidelined for this contest and Dorell Wright (knee) day to day.
While all three players sat out Thursday's 117-109 home defeat to Orlando, Golden State managed to keep the game close until late. Monta Ellis finished with 30 points while David Lee added 26 and 12 rebounds.
Although the Warriors came up short, they embark on this road trip with some confidence. Prior to the loss to the Magic, they defeated Miami in ove...
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