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Draymond Green's triple-double leads Warriors past Rockets; OKC overcome Clippers

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Draymond Green hit a triple-double as the Golden State Warriors pulled away in the final quarter to beat the Houston Rockets 124-114.

The Warriors and the Rockets occupy the top two spots in the Western Conference, but Houston were without James Harden who is out injured for a fortnight.

Green hit 17 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists, while Stephen Curry had 29 points and Klay Thompson 28 as the Warriors won their ninth away game in a row.

In Los Angeles, the Oklahoma City Thunder outscored the LA Clippers 31-20 in the fourth to notch up a 127-117 win.

Oklahoma City Thunder v Los Angeles Clippers

Paul George hit 31 points, while Russell Westbrook scored 29 points, and had 12 rebounds and 11 assists.

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