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Stephen Curry came home for Thanksgiving this weekend, and everyone was glad to see him except for the Charlotte Hornets. Curry scored 26 points – 12 of them in the fourth quarter – and had six assists in Golden State’s 106-101 win over Charlotte Friday night.

Last season the Charlotte Bobcats were competitive because they were a great defensive rebounding team.

Former Davidson star Stephen Curry needed 75 tickets Friday to accommodate various friends and family for his once-a-season NBA game in Charlotte.

Marreese Speights netted Golden State's first 16 points in the fourth quarter and the Warriors rallied to beat the Charlotte Hornets, 106-101, on Friday night.

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