Curry's 18 points, 15 assists lead Warriors to win

Published on NewsOK Modified: April 6, 2013 at 12:30 am •  Published: April 6, 2013

Consecutive baskets by Beasley cut the lead to 104-102 with 1:29 to play and Phoenix got the ball back, but Beasley's pass was intercepted by Carl Landry and Jack's 3 made it 107-102.

Dragic's two free throws with 22 seconds to go cut it to 107-104, then Curry threw the ball away for an over-and-back violation, giving the Suns the ball with 18 seconds left.

Jermaine O'Neal was fouled but made just the first of two free throws, keeping Golden State ahead 107-105 with 17.2 seconds to play. Curry's two free throws with 14.8 seconds left put the Warriors ahead 109-105.

O'Neal scored on a rebound with just 0.5 seconds to play, then Jack added two from the line to make the final 111-107.

Down 64-55 at the half, the Warriors mounted a 25-4 run to take an 87-76 lead on consecutive 3s by Thompson, the second with 54 seconds left in the period. Golden State outscored Phoenix 32-14 in the third quarter to lead 87-78 entering the fourth.

The Suns dominated most of the first half.

Beasley banked it in from just inside midcourt to give Phoenix a 37-23 lead after one quarter. Dragic scored 15 in the team's highest-scoring quarter of the season.

Beasley started the second quarter with a pair of jumpers to give Phoenix its biggest lead at 41-23 with 11:08 left in the half.

The Warriors rallied, and when Curry stole the ball from Dragic, scrambled to his feet, and sank a 3-pointer, Golden State cut the lead to 46-41 with 6:10 left in the half.

But the Suns stretched it back to 58-47 on Beasley's driving layup. His 11-footer in the lane with 1.5 seconds to go put Phoenix up 64-55 at the break.

Dragic was 7 for 7 from the field, two of them 3-pointers, for 21 first-half points. Beasley was 9 for 12 for 19.

Notes: Phoenix has lost a season-worst six in a row at home. ... Golden State has won six in a row over Phoenix dating to last season. ... Phoenix is 2-15 since winning three in a row Feb. 26-March 1. ... Curry's previous 15-assist game came against Sacramento on Feb. 17, 2010. ... Dragic's other 32-point game came for Houston against Utah on Jan. 25. 2010. ... Beasley was two points shy of his season high in scoring.