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Bogut's Warriors endure winless road trip
06:26 AEST Mon Feb 11 2013

Boomers big man Andrew Bogut's Golden State Warriors completed a winless road trip on Saturday night as they absorbed their fourth straight NBA beating.

The Warriors suffered a 116-91 loss to the Dallas Mavericks, who got a season-high 26 points and 11 rebounds from Shawn Marion.

In a span of five days, Golden State (30-21) lost games at Houston, Oklahoma City, Memphis and Dallas by an average of 20.8 points.

Only one game was close as the Warriors surrendered an average of 118.5 points in the four losses.

Bogut, who returned from a serious ankle injury a fortnight ago, played 27 minutes in the loss but could muster just six rebounds and seven points.

It is an uncharacteristic stretch for the Warriors, who have been among the league leaders in opponents' field-goal percentage and rebounds all season.

Dallas raced to a 62-36 halftime lead and never looked headed as they lead by at least 13 points throughout the second half.

O.J. Mayo had 19 points and nine assists for the Mavericks (22-28), who made 11-of-20 three-pointers and 29-of-38 free throws.

In Cleveland, Denver stretched their win streak to nine with a 111-103 triumph over the Cavaliers, with Danilo Gallinari scoring 19 points for the Nuggets.

Melbourne-born point guard Kyrie Irving scored a game-high 26 points for the Cavaliers who had a three-game win streak of their own snapped.

Elswhere, Detroit downed Milwaukee 105-100 on the back of Jose Calderon's 23 point, 10 assist game while Philadelphia topped Charlotte 87-76 and Sacramento were too strong for the visiting Utah Jazz, who went down 120-109.