After a one-game slump, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, AKA "The Splash Brothers,'' were back to themselves Tuesday night.
Curry scored a season-high 40 points and Thompson added 24, as the Warriors posted a 114-97 win over a Heat team that kept things close until the final minutes in Miami.
Harrison Barnes added 12 points and Draymond Green finished with 11 as the Warriors (11-2) won for the third consecutive season in Miami and extended their current overall win streak to six.
Curry and Thompson both were coming off uncharacteristically bad games, combining for 11-of-35 shooting against the Thunder in Oklahoma City. They were a combined 22-of-38 on Tuesday.
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The Warriors used stifling defense to close this one out. After allowing Miami to score 62 points in the first half, the Heat were held to 35 after halftime – and only 11 in the decisive fourth quarter.
While the Warriors shot 57.3 percent from the floor (46.4 percent beyond the arc), the Heat shot 27.5 percent in the second half, 38.8 percent for the game.
STANDOUT PERFORMER: Curry was phenomenal, a great marksman having his most efficient shooting night of the season.
He managed 40 points (for the seventh time in his career) on 19 shots and his eight 3-pointers are a season high. He was 8-of-11 from beyond the arc. He added seven assists, six rebounds and three steals.
Curry had only one wretched shot all evening, a hurried 3-point attempt that drew only backboard late in the third quarter.
TURNING POINT: This game went back and forth several times until the Warriors went on a 14-0 run in the fourth quarter to take a 12-point lead (107-95) with 2:50 to play that finally vanquished the Heat.
The Warriors led by as much as 17, that coming at the very end.
The Heat led by as much as 16, that coming in the second quarter.
INJURY UPDATE: F David Lee (strained left hamstring) is with the team but remains out indefinitely. It's not expected that he will play before the team returns home on Dec. 2.
WHAT'S NEXT: The Warriors left immediately after the game for Orlando, where on Wednesday night face the Magic at Amway Center.