Antawn Jamison scored 19 points, including six in the final 1:53, as Golden State beat Denver 103-101 on Friday night for the Warriors' season-high fourth straight victory.
The Warriors withstood a 30-point game by Denver's Antonio McDyess and held the Nuggets scoreless in the last 2:55, making up a six-point deficit.
LaFrentz and Nick Van Exel added 12 points apiece for Denver, which missed a chance to win away from home for the first time since Dec. 11.
Blaylock pulled up for a 15-foot jumper to tie it at 94 with 4:22 remaining, but McDyess answered with a baseline jumper, triggering a 7-1 burst that put Denver up 101-95 with 2:55 remaining. The sequence also included McDyess grabbing an offensive rebound and passing to LaFrentz for a dunk, and Van Exel hitting a 3-pointer and then skipping a couple steps n celebration.
But it was premature.
Caffey drove in for a layup and Jamison tipped in his own miss and hit a short baseline floater to even it at 101 with 1:14 left.
After Van Exel missed an 18-foot jumper, Jamison finished a fastbreak with the go-ahead layup.
Trailing by three at the break, Golden State pulled into a 64-64 tie on a 3-pointer by Starks and held a one-point advantage heading into the final period.
Golden State opened a nine-point lead on Cummings' 18-foot jumper midway through the second but the Nuggets came right back, getting a 3-pointer from Van Exel to start a 10-3 spurt leading to a 41-all tie.
A layup by McDyess, who had 20 of his points in the first half, and Van Exel's long jumper in the final seconds of the second put the Nuggets up 50-47 at halftime.
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