Warriors Sweep Blazers With Blowout 128-103 Win

It was clear before the first quarter ended that the Golden State Warriors would sweep the Portland Trail Blazers. The Warriors started the game on a 14-0 run and were up 45-22 at the end of the quarter. The Warriors cruised to a 128-103 win, sweeping the Blazers in the Western Conference opening round series. 

All five Warriors starters reached double figures, led by Stephen Curry. He had 37 points, seven rebounds, eight assists and several highlight plays. 

Draymond Green had 21 points, Klay Thompson had 18 and Kevin Durant returned to action to put up 10. 

Damian Lillard and Al-Farouq Aminu were the two Blazers to play well on offense. Lillard had 34 points, six assists and this nifty move. 

Aminu had 25 points and seven rebounds, but the Blazers didn't get the play from C.J. McCollum they needed. He had just six points on 2 of 12 shooting. Only one other Blazer reached double-figures and that was Shabazz Napier, who did most of his damage in garbage time. 

The Warriors will get the winner of the Jazz-Clippers series. That series is tied at 2-2. 

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