The Trustees made the rise early on Tuesday night, dipped through the game and then got their way back late.
It was enough to go back to the Utah Jazz, which allowed the Warriors to leave Oracle Arena with a victory of 10-108.
Five Warriors scored in double figures. Kevin Durant made 28 high-quality points, with Stephen Curry 13, Klay Thompson 22, DeMarcus Cousins 15 and Andre Iguodala 13.
The Warriors (41-15) wins the season series over Utah, and won two of three
Here's three quick genome from the 16th win in 17 games:
Draymond's D trapses
In the case of a person who is listed due to knee's illness, Draymond Green was powerful and powerful when required from her
With Utah who was in charge of 91
Acting on the actions of Utah, hindering shots and driving turns, Green was at the center of a 13-2 run, which led the Warriors 97-93 to lead and left the way forward.
It finished with six points, seven, six help, two steering and two blocks.  Green has been inspired by the presence of the Utah venue, Rudy Gobert, to run the Defense player of the Year.
Too much Boogie, Durant's not enough
Kevin Durant took eight percent in the first half, 15 through three quarters. Due to its efficiency, that is not enough. It was 9 out of 15 three.
The Durant finished 28-point shooting 11-19 from the field.
DeMarcus Cousins finished with 12 points on 4-a-17 shooting from the  field The Fame at Cousins was often in force, which was sometimes too challenging. He still wants to do things and may not be happy to do so.
There are 35 points in the first two games against Jazz because they have no defendant than they can even dream. Joe Ingles is, no matter how hard it can be tried, that person.
It seems that those Warriors have forgotten that.
Opening with vein
After games back back with a terrible start, Warriors agreed to that question against the Jazz. As usual, they did it for protection.
The Warriors forced three times in the first 94 seconds and eight in the open quarter. They kept Utah to shoot 5 out of 19 out of the field, off-4 off the arc. The offensive rebounds and the second chance points that the Golden State tortured? Two board offensive, zero one-second chance.
Similarly, coupled with their 11-of-22 shooting, a 25-14 advantage entering the second quarter.
It was clear in terms of the opening that the Warriors realized they played a high quality combat. They were smart, they were hard and they were efficient. And they went back to that formula in the fourth quarter.