Golden State Warriors defeat Rockets by 122-108

The Golden State
Warriors defeated the Houston Rockets 122-108 on Monday night, with Stephen Curry scoring 21 of his 40 points in the fourth quarter.

The Warriors
won their sixth game in a row, while Houston's home losing streak reached 11 games.

When Curry scored
the next five points in the fourth quarter to make it 113-104 with four minutes left, the Warriors were clinging to a four-point advantage.

He scored in the lane before sinking a 3-pointer from the corner to put Golden State ahead.

Curry hit seven
three-pointers, including four in the fourth quarter, and added nine assists and five rebounds to his stat line. His career-high of 21 fourth-quarter points.

Andrew Wiggins
added 23 points for the Warriors and Klay Thompson had 14.

Christian Wood's
24 points and 13 rebounds led the Rockets, who dropped their fourth consecutive game overall. He scored 17 points in the first half, but slowed down after that.

With roughly eight minutes left, the Rockets went on a 10-3 run, capped by a 3-pointer by Garrison Mathews.

But the Rockets
scored the next five points, with a 3 from Kevin Porter Jr., to cut it to four again.