Curry scores 43 points, but Warriors fall to Bobcats
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Just when it appeared the Warriors had solved their disturbing dysfunction to begin games, they once again showed up dead on arrival Monday night for far too long after the opening tip. Despite staging an impressive revival from 15 points down behind hometown hero Stephen Curry's season-high 43 points -- 32 in the second half -- the Golden State Warriors boarded the cross-country flight home stewing over a 115-111 loss to the Charlotte Bobcats at Time Warner Cable Arena. Some might surmise that too much travel has been a factor in the Warriors' uninspiring 12-10 record so far. Of their 22 games, 14 have come on the road, which leads the NBA. Eight of their 10 losses ...