Robin Lopez

Durant, Thompson help Warriors bounce back, beat Bulls

The Golden State Warriors got their pass-happy, 3-point swishing groove back.

That's what they do. When they lose, they find a way to find themselves the very next time out. Never a losing streak.

Kevin Durant responded from his worst game since joining the Warriors with 22 points, 10 rebounds, seven assists and three steals, and Golden State beat the short-handed Chicago Bulls 123-92 Wednesday night for a 138th straight regular-season game without consecutive defeats.

"KD kind of rounded into form and had a nice all-around night," coach Steve Kerr said.

Klay Thompson scored 28 points with six 3-pointers playing on his 27th birthday, Stephen Curry...

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