In a Monday night clash, Steph Curry’s 34-point performance spearheaded the Warriors’ relentless offensive effort, overpowering the Pistons’ defensive line.

Klay Thompson and Chris Paul also contributed significantly, each scoring 17 points for the Warriors, amplifying their offensive firepower.

While the Pistons put up a valiant fight, Cade Cunningham and Killian Hayes’ combined 42 points couldn’t stop the Warriors’ relentless onslaught.

Despite missing key players due to injuries and illnesses, the Pistons showcased resilience with two-way player Stanley Umude’s career-high 15-point contribution, offering a glimmer of hope in an otherwise challenging game for Detroit.

The game saw a seesaw battle with Detroit rallying back in the third quarter, briefly taking the lead with back-to-back 3-pointers by Umude.

However, Golden State quickly regained control, capitalizing on crucial plays by Dario Saric and sealing the victory with a strong defensive stance.