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Cleveland at New Jersey. (5 p.m. EDT). The Cavaliers have a 2-0 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals.

-Baron Davis, Warriors, scored 32 points and had 9 assists in Golden State's 125-105 victory against Utah.

The Warriors who lost two close games in Utah found the friendly court in Oakland better to their liking as they took a 30-point lead and went on to defeat the Jazz 125-105 Friday night.

Jason Richardson hit four of Golden State's NBA record-tying 11 3-pointers in the first half and finished the game with 25 points to help the Warriors to a 125-105 victory over the Jazz on Friday night.

Utah rookie guard Dee Brown was forced to miss Game 3 of the Western Conference semifinals against Golden State on Friday night after spraining his neck in a collision with teammate Mehmet Okur.

``He was pretty sensational, wasn't he?'' ``I've seen it a time or two here or there ... but the plays he made, the dominance he created on both ends of the floor - just tons of stuff you wish everybody would be able to do, but not many can.'' - Warriors Coach Don Nelson said about Baron Davis after their 125-105 victory over the Jazz on Friday night.

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