ATLANTA – – Clint Capela had 24 points and 18 rebounds, Danilo Gallinari scored 25 points, and the Atlanta Hawks defeated the Golden State Warriors 117-111 Sunday night for their third straight win
Stephen Curry and Draymond Green returned after both missed an embarrassing blowout against Toronto on Friday due to injuries The Warriors were a different team but they still couldn’t close the Hawks

Curry, who had returned from a tailbone injury, had 37 points as the Warriors lost their third and seventh in a row in their last eight games

“He did pretty much everything he wanted in the first half,” said Hawks’ interim coach Nate McMillan, adding, “We had to stop messing him”He’s excellent at pulling fouls on the pick and rolls I thought we’d have done better to get him to work, stay in front of him and show him a crowd”

Kevin Huerter stole the ball from Curry, and Trae Young fed Capella a quick break-in that made it 67th at 6:09 of the third Hit brought Green followed with an immediate 3, and the Warriors led until Lou Williams hit consecutive jumpers to give the Hawks an 88-87 lead at the start of the fourth round

There were 16 leadership changes and 17 ties before Huerters 3 put Atlanta to 100-98, Snell followed with a 3 to make it 103-98, and the Hawks led the rest of the way Williams hit a fadeaway jumper to get To score 105-98, and Golden State got no closer than two for the remainder of the game

“The young people are getting louder, especially on the pitch,” said Gallinari. “This is something they definitely do better than at the beginning of the season. For that they have to do it”

Capela’s race to catch up with a base feed from Bogdan Bogdanovic by 41 seconds made it 112-106, ending the warriors’ final threat

Golden State started 1:12, 3-3 before Andrew Wiggins shot two consecutive shots over the arch to force a 40-player tie in the middle of the second half. Curry showed some dazzling ball handling skills behind his back and scored a clash in the last minute before half-time to force a tie of 53 players

“We competed the whole game,” said Kelly Oubre Jr of Golden State said after 20 points “We just fouled too much”

Warrior: Curry wears protective padding in his uniform to protect his tailbone. Curry scored at least 30 in his third game in a row and was 20th overall Green, who was back with a left finger injury after a missed game, had 11 points and 11 assists in 36 minutes. Eric Paschall will miss the next two weeks after an MRI revealed flexion strain in his left hip

Hawks: McMillan said there was no update for F John Collins, who missed his third straight game with a left ankle sprain. F De’Andre Hunter still has no immediate schedule for returning from an injury to Young’s left knee Atlanta’s top scorer that season, had 13 points after missing Friday’s New Orleans win with a knee injury. Williams finished on 15 points, sparking the second-team offensive

Curry wore Bruce Lee-themed shoes in support of the eight people, including six Asian-Americans, who died on Aug. Killed in massage parlors in the Atlanta area on March 23, Curry plans to auction the shoes to raise money and raise awareness for the victims’ families. The yellow high-tipped shoes read, “Under the sky, there is only one under the sky Family, “which was credited to Lee

“Steph never ceases to surprise me,” said coach Steve Kerr. “Just like how he wields his influence and understands the power he wields, whether it’s raising money, raising awareness, or just a kind gesture – it’s usually all of the above. He’s just an incredibly thoughtful, confident athlete ”

Jamal Murray gets the pass and goes up to toss a cute reverse dunk to end the nuggets’ quick break

RJ Hampton shoots a ball and Jamal Murray jokes around like he’s scared of the bad shot

Another loss despite a great performance from Stephen Curry on Sunday left the 23-27 Warriors looking for answers

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