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Warriors roll at home in Game 1

Steph Curry scored a game-high 22 points and Golden State took care of Memphis in Game 1 at home.

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Dubs take Game 1 with balanced attack

Five Warriors hit double digits and 10 different players scored. Said leading scorer Steph Curry: "We're a deep team. You don't win six or seven games without contributions from everybody."

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Pardon the interruption? GS fans won't

Grizzlies guard Tony Allen interrupted a time out performance by children and then was later booed by fans -- including one annoyed spectator giving Allen two thumbs down -- as the player shot free-throws.

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Game 1 storyline: 3-pointers

Memphis and Golden State are polar opposites when it comes to relying on 3's, and it showed in Game 1. The Warriors poured in 13 triples compared to Memphis' 3. Another way of looking at it: That's 30 more points on 3's for GS.

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Final: Warriors 101, Grizzlies 86

Golden State maintained a comfortable lead throughout and cruised to a Game 1 win. Steph Curry netted a game-high 22 points and Klay Thompson helped with 18. Box Score

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Curry shakes free, buries a three

Steph Curry put a pair of Grizzlies on skates then converted this 3-pointer in the third quarter. Golden State is comfortably ahead late in the fourth live on ABC.

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Time running out on Memphis

Golden State leads by 17 with 9 minutes left. If the Grizzlies want to make a contest out of this, some 3-pointers would be a place to start. They've only made 2 compared to GS's 11. Watch live

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Foul trouble for Warriors

Andrew Bogut and Draymond Green each have four fouls late in the third. This might be the only thing that can get Memphis back into the game.

Warriors pulling away from Memphis

Steph Curry's 16 points leads four Warriors in double-digits and Golden State has a 15-point advantage with just over five minutes left in the third. Watch live

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Blatt: I'm concerned about layoff

By sweeping the Celtics, the Cavs have eight days off before Game 1 against the Bulls on Monday. Cavaliers coach David Blatt said: "it's a concern, and I'd be lying if I said it wasn't because that's a long time, and our opponent obviously played games during that time."

Beal's 28 points sparks Game 1 win

Wizards G Bradley Beal erupted for a game-high 28 in his team's 104-98 win over the Hawks. Beal suffered an ankle sprain in the fourth quarter.

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