Stephen Curry didn’t get 54 points like he did last year at Madison Square Garden, but he did get a triple-double in Friday’s 126-103 road win over the Knicks. Curry had 27 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists, and he did not play in the fourth quarter. The All-Star guard knocked down five 3-pointers, as did fellow Splash Brother Klay Thompson, who finished with 25 points. The Warriors built a big lead early and maintained the double digit advantage throughout, shooting better than 50 percent for the majority of the game. Winners of five of six games since the All-Star Break, the Warriors will continue their Eastern Conference road trip when they visit the Raptors on Sunday afternoon.