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Warriors pull away from Lakers and now have NBA's best record

Warriors pull away from Lakers and now have NBA's best record

The Lakers faced the Golden State Warriors for the third time in three weeks Friday — the second time in three days — and a less dramatic affair than either of the first two occurred, with neither team especially inspired. 

Playing without three starters, some of the Lakers’ old demons returned as the Warriors beat the short-handed home team, 109-85, at Staples Center.

“It was one of the worst basketball games I’ve seen in my life,” Warriors Coach Steve Kerr said. “We were awful, and they were awful. The people who bought tickets should get their money back, honestly. … Everyone had too much turkey last night, neither team...

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