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The Golden State Warriors drove through the Philadelphia 76ers. The only road block they hit was Manute Bol, and he could only slow the Warriors momentarily. The Warriors defeated the 76ers 124-106 on Monday night with the kind of high-speed transition attack that would completely unravel most teams.

Golden State's Chris Mullin scored 28 points, Tim Hardaway added 28 points and a season-high 17 assists, and Billy Owens and Sarunas Marciulionis each added 20 points as the Warriors won their fourth in a row.It was the second time this season the Warriors have had four players score 20 or more points in a game. The Warriors had five - these four plus Mario Elie - over the 20-point barrier in a 153-148 overtime victory over New Jersey last week.

Against the 76ers, the Golden State ran off to a 53-35 lead midway through the second quarter.

Charles Barkley scored 37 points and grabbed 16 rebounds and Hersey Hawkins added 25 points as the 76ers lost their fourth in a row, and nine of their last 10. Philadelphia has lost seven straight road games.

Golden State also clinched a playoff spot with the win.

Nets, 117, Spurs 109

New Jersey handed visiting San Antonio its fifth straight loss and pulled within 11/2 games of eighth-place Miami in the Eastern Conference playoff race.

Four of the five consecutive defeats have been without All-Star center David Robinson, who underwent surgery Saturday to repair a torn ligament in his left hand.

Derrick Coleman had 20 points and 14 rebounds, Drazen Petrovic scored 20 points, Chris Dudley had 16 points and 14 rebounds, and Mookie Blaylock 18 points and 13 assists for the Nets, who outrebounded the Spurs 61-46.

But it was Terry Mills who came off the bench midway in the second half and played the rest of the game, scoring 14 points in 16 minutes. Five of them came during a decisive 10-0 run that turned a one-point deficit into an 87-78 lead that the Spurs couldn't overcome.

Hornets 123, Magic 112

Dell Curry scored 22 points and rookie Larry Johnson had 21 points and a career-high 10 assists for Charlotte against Orlando.

The Hornets, who have won 12 of 14 home games and 12 of 18 overall, also got 21 points from Muggsy Bogues, who was 9-for-11 from the field and helped hold Magic point guard Scott Skiles scoreless on 0-for-7 shooting.

Orlando, losers of four straight games, was led by Anthony Bowie with a career-high 27 points and Nick Anderson with 23.

The Magic was still in the game when Anderson scored on a layup with 2:58 remaining, cutting Charlotte's lead to 112-108.

But Bogues responded with a high-arching layup.