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Kevin Durant returned from missing a game with a leg injury and scored 29 points, lifting the Golden State Warriors to an easy 135-114 victory over the visiting Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday.
The Warriors started slowly and finished big, as they’ve been know to do.
“We know what we’re capable of,” Warriors forward Draymond Green told the media, “we just needed to lock in and focus.”
The Warriors have won six straight.
Klay Thompson added 23 points and Steph Curry scored 22.
The Sixers were led by J.J. Redick’s 17 points.