The Golden State Warriors are a game away from the Western Conference Finals after a dominant Game 4 win. Can they put the New Orleans Pelicans away with a win Tuesday night? Tip-off is at 10:30 PM ET.
PF Anthony Davis led the Pelicans in Game 4 with 26 points and 12 rebounds, but he also had six turnovers in New Orleans’ 118-92 loss on Sunday. SF E’Twaun Moore added 20 points for the Pelicans, who shot just 4-of-26 from three-point land and had 19 turnovers. PG Jrue Holiday had put up 19 points and seven rebounds for the Pelicans. As a team, they made just 36.4% from the field and that will have to improve.
For the Warriors, Kevin Durant poured in 38 points along with nine rebounds and five assists. They outscored New Orleans 33-19 in the third quarter, where they took control of the game. PG Steph Curry netted 23 points for the Warriors, who also got a near-triple double out of Draymond Green. The Golden State forward had eight points, nine rebounds and nine assists. The Warriors are aiming to get to the Western Conference Final for the fourth straight year. The Warriors are 9-1 SU in their last 10 meetings against the Pelicans.