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Pelicans fall to Warriors in home opener

NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) -

After finding themselves ahead by one at the end of the first half, the New Orleans Pelicans had difficulty stopping Golden State's offensive attack, falling to the Warriors 134-120 in Saturday night’s home opener at the Smoothie King Center.

Anthony Davis led the way for the Pelicans (0-3) posting 26 points, 15 rebounds, four assists and two blocks. Jrue Holiday scored 22 points and Ryan Anderson chipped in 19 off the bench.

The Warriors (3-0) were led by Steph Curry who scored a game-high 53 points to go along with his nine assists, four rebounds and four steals. Draymond Green finished with 21 points and Klay Thompson had 19.

The Pelicans return to action Tuesday, hosting the Orlando Magic at 7 p.m.

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