Playing the back end of a back-to-back, the Warriors grinded their way to a 97-87 win in New Orleans on Saturday. The Dubs weren’t at their best offensively, but they held the Pelicans to 38.6 percent shooting and just 33 second half points. Stephen Curry led the team with 28 points and eight assists, and he had 11 points during a third quarter that saw the Warriors turn the game around with a 14-2 run. David Lee added 22 points and eight rebounds and Andrew Bogut came up huge on defense, totaling 10 points, 15 rebounds and five blocks. With the win, the Warriors sweep the three-game season series with the Pelicans, and they’ll now head home for five straight games at Oracle Arena.