CHICAGO, Jan. 10 (Ticker) -- Othella Harrington is taking advantage of his time in the starting lineup.

Harrington recorded a season high for the second straight game with 20 points and added a career-best five assists as the Chicago Bulls won their fourth consecutive game, a 94-85 victory over the Golden State Warriors.

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Starting in place of the injured Antonio Davis, Harrington scored 19 points Saturday in the Bulls' 102-91 victory over the Boston Celtics. Despite his strong play, Harrington does not believe there will be any controversy when Davis returns.

"A.D. is the starter and he is doing a great job," Harrington said. "But I know my role on this team and I'm proud of the way that the young guys have developed."

Harrington scored 14 points in the first half, which ended with the Bulls holding a 49-48 lead.

"We didn't even need coach to say anything in the locker room," Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich said. "We knew we needed to go out and pick it up in the third quarter."

Golden State moved ahead on a pair of free throws by Mike Dunleavy to open the second half, but Hinrich gave Chicago the lead for good, 51-50, with a jumper on the other end, igniting a 9-0 spurt.

"We started out in the third quarter in good shape and came out in poor shape," Golden State coach Mike Montgomery said. "Their shots started going in and ours didn't."

Harrington found rookie Chris Duhon for a 3-pointer and, after another basket by Duhon, made it 58-50 with a 10-footer with 9 minutes to play.

The Bulls made 68 percent (15-of-22) of their shots in the period, using a 19-5 run late in the quarter to take an 84-65 advantage into the final 12 minutes. Harrington did a little bit of everything during the burst, contributing four points, two steals and a rebound.

"I've always been confident in my play and what I can do as a veteran," Harrington said. "I don't try to force the issue anymore. I just try to play my game."

Chicago's 35 points in the third were the most it has scored in a quarter this season.

The Bulls went cold in the final period, missing their first 13 shots. The Warriors got within 89-83 on a 3-pointer by Troy Murphy with just under two minutes to go, but Tyson Chandler and Duhon scored five consecutive points to ensure the win.

Speedy Claxton scored 24 points and Dunleavy added 19 for Golden State, which shot just 33 percent (25-of-76) and lost for the sixth straight game without leading scorer Jason Richardson.

"He's our leading scorer and he's our go to guy," Montgomery said. "He's the one guy athletically who can make some plays for us that others can't make."

Chicago has not allowed 100 points for 19 consecutive outings, the longest current streak in the NBA.

The Bulls have bounced back from an 0-9 start and have won 11 of their last 14.

"I think we are a lot better," Hinrich said. "But in the last three or four games we have slipped up a little bit, so we have to get back to the intensity that we were playing with."