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Warriors Act, Play Like Winners

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There is no overt giddiness or crazed rhetoric around the Warriors these days, though there could be.

They're winning, but they're mostly trying to stay as quiet as possible -- quiet smiles, hard work and, including Wednesday's 115-94 win over the Clippers, a growing list of victories.

Quiet excitement and quiet determination to keep this going and going. Relatively quietly.

"We like the feeling that's going around our locker room and practice and games," guard Stephen Curry said Wednesday morning, hours before the Warriors whipped the Clippers.

"I'm pretty sure that a lot of guys on this team haven't won consistently over their careers; so to have this feeling, to be in this position where...

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