Golden State Warriors smash Cleveland Cavaliers 132-98

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If anyone was wondering if the Golden State Warriors steam train had fallen off the rails, we have an answer for you. It hasn’t. The reigning champs faced a tough challenge in LeBron James’ Cleveland Cavaliers last night - well, to say they rose to it is an understatement. Steph Curry hit 35 points as Golden State won the match 132-98 to take their record to 38 for four. The Cavs still remain top of the Eastern Conference, but in this battle of the heavyweights there was only one side holding that knockout power. Meanwhile, USA Basketball trimmed their Olympics squad to 30 names today after the initial 35-man announcement yesterday. Mason Plumlee of the Trail Blazers, Chandler Parsons of the Mavs, Michael Carter-Williams of the Bucks and Orlando duo Tobias Harris and Victor Oladeepo are the men to have been cut. Of course, Kobe Bryant announced yesterday he won’t be featuring.


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