No Durant, no problem. The Golden State Warriors received 76 points on Tuesday night from their trio of All-Stars en-route to an 113-106 victory over the Houston Rockets. Over 18,000 fans watched the game at Houston's Toyota Center as NBA TV provided live coverage for cable and satellite viewers. The game also saw Golden State lose one of their players in a scary incident as reserve James Michael McAdoo hit his head on the floor. Here's the latest on the Warriors' victory over the playoff-bound Houston Rockets.

Golden State vs. Houston recap

Stephen Curry led the charge for the Warriors, scoring 32 points in the game.

He was 11-for-22 from the field including a dagger three-point shot with over a minute to go. That shot put the Warriors up 110-99 and helped secure the win in the late part of the game. Curry also led his team with seven assists but had six turnovers in his 33 minutes on the court. His teammate Klay Thompson finished with 25 points on 10-for-20 shooting including his five three-point makes. Draymond Green also helped out with 19 points, nine rebounds, four assists, and three steals.

On the opposing side, James Harden led his team with 24 points, 11 rebounds, and 13 assists for the triple-double. Unfortunately, Houston shot just 38.8 percent as a team including 16.1 percent from three-point range.

Center Clint Capela finished with 21 points and seven boards while Lou Williams came off the bench to contribute 17 points in the loss.

While it was a win, Golden State lost a reserve player early in the game.

An injury to James Michael McAdoo occurred late in the first quarter as Trevor Ariza knocked him down and then fell on his head. It was later indicated by the Warriors that McAdoo required stitches for the injury and evaluation for a concussion.

NBA standings & what's next

With the win, Golden State manages to stay ahead of San Antonio for the Western Conference standings lead.

The Warriors are 60-14 overall and hold a 2.5 game lead over the Spurs. The two teams will meet in a showdown on Wednesday night at 9:30 p.m. Eastern Time in San Antonio.

As for the Rockets, the win dropped them to 51-23 on the season.They're still the No. 3 team in the West's NBA Playoff picture. They'll be away against the Portland Trail Blazers on Thursday night starting at 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time on TNT.