Jones was his usual steady self, scoring 12 points in the first half to contribute to the Warriors’ surprising 14-point halftime lead and 11 in the second half to keep them in the game. He shot 9 of 19 and more importantly -- considering the NBA decision-makers in attendance -- 3 of 4 from downtown. With Seth Curry gone and Nemanja Nedovic injured, Jones has also gotten the chance to take over as a primary ball-handler, and turned it over just twice on Monday despite the added responsibility.
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