Stephen Curry, Warriors return from All-Star break to rout Blazers

Stephen Curry had 18 points and 14 assists

The Golden State Warriors returned from the All-Star break to rout the Portland Trail Blazers 132-95 on Thursday night.

Klay Thompson also had 18 points for the Warriors, who had lost four of their last five.

"It was a good way to kind of come back from the break and establish ourselves on both ends of the floor," Curry said.

The Warriors led by 37 points in the second half and rested their starters in the fourth quarter. Eight players finished in double figures 

He last time Golden State had as many was in 2009

"I enjoyed not playing the fourth quarter, and seeing our young guys get some burn and play very well," Thompson said.

Anfernee Simons had 24 points for Portland, which had won four straight going into the break.