Takeaways from Jackson-Davis's remarkable performance in the Warriors' victory over the Hornets

Stephen Curry scored 23 points in his hometown to lead the short-handed Warriors to a 115-97 triumph over the Charlotte Hornets at Spectrum Center on Friday.

Wiggins continued his hot streak with 20 points, 8 rebounds, 8 assists.

 Trayce Jackson-Davis scored 18, rebounded 8, and blocked 3.

The Warriors won their first Charlotte game since Feb. 25, 2019, and advanced to 3-1 on their five-game road trip.

More importantly, the Warriors (39-34) beat the Hornets (18-55) to keep their Western Conference play-in spot.

The NBA's hottest team, the Houston Rockets, trailed the Dubs by one game.

As they did two days earlier when Draymond Green was ejected less than four minutes into the game, the Warriors won without crucial players.

Klay Thompson and Jonathan Kuminga missed their second straight games with right and left knee tendinitis, respectively.

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