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November 18, 2009

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■ When, where: Tonight, 7:30, at TD Garden.

■ TV, radio: CSN, WEEI (850).

■ Scoring: Monta Ellis 19.7, Corey Maggette 16.3, Anthony Randolph 11.9.

■ Rebounds: Andris Biedrins 7.3, Randolph 6.8, Ellis 4.8.

■ Assists: Ellis 5.3, Stephen Curry 4.7, Maggette 1.9.

■ Head to head: This is the first of two meetings. The teams split two games last season, the road team winning each time.

■ Miscellany: The Warriors hope newly acquired Raja Bell will help shore up a defense that is allowing an NBA-high 113.7 points per game. He was acquired Monday from Charlotte with Vladimir Radmanovic for disgruntled swingman Stephen Jackson and Acie Law . . . Golden State also leads the NBA in scoring at 111.2 ppg, despite no player averaging more than 20. One reason for the production is the transition offense; the Warriors are forcing a league-high 19 turnovers per game . . . Former Celtic Mikki Moore will likely see significant minutes with big men Biedrins (pelvis), Brandan Wright (shoulder), and Ronny Turiaf (knee) out with injuries . . . Small forward Kelenna Azubuike was hurt in Saturday’s game and is scheduled for knee surgery today.

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