SAN FRANCISCO – – Jayson Tatum had 27 points as he made up the offensive deficit for Boston without the injured Marcus Smart, and the Celtics held another Stephen Curry goal against the Golden State Warriors 111-107 on Tuesday evening

Curry scored 38 points with seven 3-pointers and joined the late Hall of Famer Wilt Chamberlain as the only warrior who turned 17thScored 000 points for the franchise

Andrew Wiggins’ layup with a minute before the Golden State made it a three-point game, but Tatum converted a pair of free throws 6 seconds to go and Curry missed a match 3 moments later

Jaylen Brown, back in the Bay Area playing as a college player in California at Berkeley, drove down the alley for an emphatic one-handed slam that put the Celtics 4 minutes ahead of 106-96 Currys three- Points game at 3:17 made it a seven point game

Brown finished on 18 points and 10 rebounds when Boston shot a two-game skid in their fourth straight win over Golden State, ending the Warriors’ three-game home winning streak

Curry, who increased his NBA best 3 point total to 96, has 17 in his 12 seasons011 points Chamberlain scored 17783 in six seasons with the club

Curry’s 3-pointer 1:03 in the third quarter put his team to 81-80. He also had 11 rebounds, eight assists, and three steals. The two-time MVP counted on his lesser-known cast of Juan Toscano-Anderson and Kent Bazemore in a matchup of teams, each missing a key player

The already exhausted rotation of warriors in court was hit again on Tuesday.Rookie No. 2 draft pick James Wiseman sidelined with a sprained left wrist he injured while escaping to Detroit on Saturday night while Golden State then lost launch center to Kevon Looney a sprained left ankle that kept him out in the second half

“That was a coincidence. He just put his foot on the floor and rolled his ankle,” said trainer Steve Kerr

Toscano-Anderson hit a 3-pointer 4:07 in the third to keep the Warriors within 72-66. He finished his career with 16 points, finishing his career with his first double-digit outing of the season and third to achieve his career

“We all agree on what is expected of Juan,” he said, “I’m just trying to establish myself in this league and play good games”

The warriors made rebound a priority, and Kerr insisted that the important thing was to focus

“They killed us on the glass in the second half that really made the difference in the game,” Kerr said

Boston played its first game since Smart went down in the fourth quarter after losing to the Lakers 96-95 on Saturday night with a torn left calf muscle

Smart, who is expected to be out for two to three weeks, had to pause at 10:28 a.m. on Saturday after being helped off under the basket after colliding with Montrezl Harrell, Harrell fell over in a missed layup and stepped on smarts Foot as he came down

Stevens: “As a fan of the NBA, I didn’t see Steph and Klay (Thompson) last year. They are great for the game in every way. As an opposing coach, I don’t mind Steph leaving the game”

Warriors: Golden State hasn’t beaten Boston in three attempts at home since a 109-105 win in January 27, 2018 F Eric Paschall, who missed the second half of Saturday with a back problem, trained fully on Monday and played about 14 minutes in the game

Celtics: Wednesday night at the Sacramento Kings to do a back-to-back and play the second part of a five-game West Coast trip

Warriors: On Thursday night in Dallas for the first of two games in a row against the Mavericks, followed by two in a row in San Antonio

Paul George expresses his displeasure that he only made one free throw attempt with the loss of the clippers against the nets

– Jayson Tatum had 27 points as he made up the offensive deficit for Boston without the injured Marcus Smart, and the Celtics withstood another goal break from Stephen Curry to beat Golden State Warriors 111-107 on Tuesday night

– Donovan Mitchell scored 32 points Tuesday night to lead the Utah Jazz to a 117-105 victory over the Detroit Pistons

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