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Playing without their starting frontcourt of Andrew Bogut and David Lee, the Warriors gutted out an impressive team victory on Thursday night, defeating the visiting Chicago Bulls 102-87. Stephen Curry led the way once again, notching his 14th 30-point game of the season with 34 points and nine assists. Klay Thompson found his shooting groove, tallying 22 points, including three three-pointers, while Draymond Green added nine points and seven rebounds in his first start of the season. The bench was led by Jordan Crawford and Harrison Barnes, who chipped in 11 points each. The win pushes the Dubs record to 30-20, and gives Mark Jackson his 100th career coaching victory. They’ll look to build on the momentum when they take on the Suns in Phoenix on Saturday.