Warriors remind everyone they’re the NBA’s best with thorough beatdown of Cavs

The Warriors sent a message Monday: We’re still here.

Golden State dominated the Cavaliers in a 126-91 victory at Oracle Arena. It was a thorough beatdown as the Warriors held a 78-49 halftime lead, which was Cleveland’s largest halftime deficit of the season. The Warriors never trailed and got productive nights from each of their frontline players.

Stephen Curry had 11 assists to go with 20 points, including a calm 3-pointer at the first-half buzzer.

Draymond Green recorded his third triple-double of the season with 11 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists to go with five blocks.

“I was really trying to just be all over the floor,” Green told TNT following the game.

The Warriors have arguably the best starting lineup in the NBA, and teams appear to be jealous of it, or they just don’t like them very much. For instance, Draymond Green was fifth in voting among fans, sixth among media but ninth in player vote.

This holds true for other Golden State players. Klay Thompson was fourth in fan and media vote, but players had him at eighth. Andre Iguodala was ninth in fan, sixth in media and way way back in 22nd among players.

Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas strengthened his position as the most clutch player in the NBA by pouring in 28 points — 13 in the fourth quarter — and Toronto Blue Jays Cheap Jerseys nine assists in a 103-101 win against the Hawks. Thomas also hit the game-winner with Sports Cheap Jerseys just over two seconds left on the clock.

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