SAN FRANCISCO— The Splash Brothers are looking like themselves again.
Stephen Curry scored 29 points and Klay Thompson had 23 to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 124-111 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday night at Chase Center.
Curry hit 10 of 20 shots including 6 of 10 from the three-point arc, where he’d been struggling. Thompson made 9 of 16 shots including 5 of 9 from three. The Warriors made 21 of 36 shots from deep (58.3 percent).
The Warriors (36-13) have won five of six games on a homestand that closes Saturday night against the Brooklyn Nets.
The Timberwolves fell to 24-24 on the season despite 31 points and 13 rebounds from Karl-Anthony Towns.