Gol 27 26 33 12 98
Den 34 22 30 18 104
Date of game: 10/15/2012

Recap: Denver vs. Golden State

Denver, CO (Sports Network) - Danilo Gallinari dropped 18 points and pulled six rebounds, Corey Brewer chipped in with 15, and the Denver Nuggets held off the Golden State Warriors, 104-98, Monday in a preseason matchup at the Pepsi Center.

Jordan Hamilton shot 3-for-6 on his 3-point attempts on his way to 11 points, Andre Iguodala had 10 points and seven assists, and Ty Lawson scored eight to go with five assists.

Timofey Mozgov scored 10 and pulled eight boards, Kenneth Faried had eight and eight, and Kosta Koufos pulled down a game-high 13 rebounds to go with six points for the Nuggets.

Stephen Curry shot 10-for-15 -- including three balls from behind the arc -- on his way to a game-high 25 points, and Klay Thompson dropped 21 points to go with six rebounds.

David Lee had 15 points and Jarrett Jack had six points and a team-high five assists for the Warriors.

Though the score was tied 86-86 heading into the fourth, the Nuggets built up an 8-point lead with 5:48 left and held on down the stretch for the victory, with Brewer netting nine points in the final quarter.

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