OAKLAND –- Five players scored in double figures and the Warriors committed 11 turnovers, a season low, in a 107-99 win over the Nets before a sellout crowd (19,596) Thursday night at Oracle Arena.
Guard Klay Thompson led all scorers with 25 points, followed by Draymond Green with 17 Stephen Curry with 15, Harrison Barnes with 12 and Andrew Bogut with 11.
The victory snapped a brief two-game loss streak for the Warriors, who moved to 6-2. The Nets, led by 23 points from ex-Warrior Jarrett Jack, fell to 4-4.
Despite an experienced roster that played Wednesday night in Phoenix, Brooklyn hung around even though it trailed the entire second half.
But the Warriors answered every Nets run with one of their own and outlasted the veterans.
Badgered by turnovers all season, the Warriors committed only three while taking a lead in the first half. No single player committed more than two.
STANDOUT PERFORMER: Green filled out the stat sheet while pumping energy throughout the arena. In addition to his 17 points, he added eight rebounds, seven assists, two blocked shots and a steal.
Green downright was merciless in his attack on the man who used to be the fantastic Kevin Garnett. Garnett finished with 4 points and four rebounds in 13 minutes.
Speights once again came off the bench to do ice job at center and power forward, finishing with 8 points, nine rebounds and three blocks.
TURNING POINT: With 3:14 left in the second quarter and the score tied 51-51, the Warriors went on a 15-4 run to close out the half with a 66-55 lead. Though the Nets rallied late, they got no closer than five after that.
Warriors' reserves scored 11 of the 15 point during the run, led by 12 from Andre Iguodala.
HIGHLIGHT OF THE NIGHT: Iguodala grabbed a defensive rebound with 34.6 seconds remaining in the half, dribbled the length of the court and finished with a filthy slam, bringing the crowd to its feet and cranking the noise to a crescendo.
INJURY UPDATE: F David Lee (strained left hamstring) remains out indefinitely and is scheduled to undergo reevaluation next week.
WHAT'S NEXT: The Warriors return to the court Saturday night, when they face the Hornets at Oracle Arena.