AP Photo/Ben MargotGolden State Warriors' Stephen Curry celebrates after scoring against the New Orleans Pelicans during the first half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday

AP Photo/Ben MargotGolden State Warriors' Stephen Curry celebrates after scoring against the New Orleans Pelicans during the first half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday

Warriors whip Pelicans 104-93 in Iguodala's return

Stephen Curry had 28 points and 12 assists, David Lee added 21 points and 17 rebounds and the Golden State Warriors beat the short-handed New Orleans Pelicans 104-93 on Tuesday night in Andre Iguodala's long-awaited return.

Iguodala finished with two points and two assists in 17 minutes after missing the previous 12 games with a right hamstring injury. The Warriors led by 10 points in the first quarter, 18 at halftime and 26 late in the third quarter.

Golden State never trailed.

The Pelicans played without injured starters Anthony Davis (broken left hand) and Tyreke Evans (sprained left ankle). Ryan Anderson had 21 points and six rebounds and Jason Smith scored 12 for New Orleans, which has lost its first two games of a five-game trip.Golden State Warriors

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