Meanwhile, Golden State struggled from three-point range in the first two quarters, going 1-for-9.
Warriors power forward Draymond Green praised the way his team responded to the early onslaught. The Warriors were outscored 50-41 in the second half.
The Sixers led 47-28 after the first period and extended their lead to 74-52 at the break, leaving the Warriors staring at a potential blowout loss.
Joel Embiid is the top fantasy basketball player for the 76ers with a season average of 45.99 fantasy points per game. Joel took a fall in the second half, but seemed okay, so it'll be interesting to see if he sits during their next game against Utah.
But Curry would erupt, and the Warriors would return the first quarter favor. In its November 11 rout of Philadelphia at Oracle Arena, Golden State scored 135 points on 58.5 percent shooting from the field (14-for-27 from three-point range). We helped them a little bit with some turnovers and easy three-pointers, which gave them momentum, especially at home.
The Warriors still lead the entire Western Conference, but they remain tied with James Harden and the 12-4 Houston Rockets.
By the end of the third, the Warriors had raced into a 99-89 lead, a comfortable buffer they never looked like relinquishing throughout the fourth.
Quick doubles on Embiid frustrated the big man and took him out of the game. Klay Thompson had 13 points, seven rebounds and three assists. However, Simmons continues to prove why he is hands down the best rookie with yet another spectacular performance after recording 23 points, 12 assists, and eight rebounds. Kevin Durant scored a team-high, 24 points, during their last game. But then the Warriors turned things around and blew Philly out 47-15 in the third quarter.