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Golden State’s Shooting Brought Mile High Back Down To Earth

The Denver Nuggets hadn't lost a game at home since early January and Andre Miller's okie-doke in game one didn't make it seem like it was going to end anytime soon.

The Denver Nuggets hadn't lost a game at home since early January and Andre Miller's okie-doke in game one didn't make it seem like it was going to end anytime soon. Therein lies the danger of underestimating a team of shooters. They all got hot for Golden State in game two, led by Stephen Curry's 30 points on 13-23 shooting with 13 dimes. Harrison Barnes was 9-14 for 24 and Jarret Jack was 10-15 with 26 points. As a team, the Warriors shot a ridiculous 65 percent from the field, leaving the Nuggets with little option but to stop and admire the shooting clinic.

Golden State took the win, 131-117, and the series is all tied up heading West. They meet again on Friday.