OAKLAND, Calif., March 26 (UPI) -- Stephen Curry provided 25 points with 10 assists Monday and the Golden State Warriors racked up a sixth win in eight games, 109-103 over the Los Angeles Lakers.
Curry -- listed as questionable before the game with a sprained right ankle -- didn't let that stop him from maintaining his recent torrid pace, during which he has averaged 30.2 points per game in the Warriors' last five wins.
David Lee supplied a double-double of 23 points and 12 rebounds while Klay Thompson added 22 points as Golden State bested the Lakers for just the second time in 20 meetings.
Los Angeles got 36 points from Kobe Bryant but still fell for the fourth time in six contests.
Dwight Howard contributed 11 points and 15 boards for the Lakers.