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Get live news and analysis Sunday at 5:30 p.m. when the Warriors hope to finish off a season sweep of the Phoenix Suns for the fourth straight season.
The Warriors (45-20) will host the league’s second-worst team just two nights after scoring one of their biggest victories of the season. Golden State solidified its hold on the top spot in the Western Conference by routing the second-place Nuggets 122-105 at Oracle on Friday. Disposing of the Suns should be much easier, but then again the Warriors have been prone to letdowns this season.
Phoeniz (15-52) will be on the back end of a back-to-back, having valiantly battled back from down 29 points Saturday night in Portland, before ultimately falling 127-120.


The Suns, who have lost the the Warriors by 20 points, 23 points and 10 points already this season, have lost their last 18 games against the Warriors.
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Still, Phoenix’s loss on Saturday snapped its surprising three-game winning streak, which featured a rousing victory over the Milwaukee Bucks.
After Sunday, the Warriors will rest until Wednesday’s showdown with James Harden and the Rockets in Houston.
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Here are the projected starting lineups:
Warriors
C  DeMarcus Cousins
PF Draymond Green
SF Kevin Durant
SG Klay Thompson
PG Stephen Curry
Suns
C  Deandre Ayton
PF Dragan Bender
SF Kelly Oubre Jr.
SG Tyler Johnson
PG Devin Booker
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