MINNEAPOLIS -- The Golden State Warriors held their breath when they watched star guard Stephen Curry walk gingerly off the court in the third quarter. Then Klay Thompson put his foot on the gas. Thompson scored 19 of his 30 points in the fourth quarter and Harrison Barnes scored 14 points in his season debut to help the Golden State Warriors to a 106-93 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night. "It just shows that were not all about Steph," said Thompson, who hit five 3-pointers in the final quarter. "Stephs one of the best players in the NBA, but sometimes people think we rely on him too much. And its not fair to him and were a deep team this year." David Lee had 22 points and 15 rebounds and Andre Iguodala scored 20 points for the Warriors (4-1), who entered this season brimming with confidence following last years run to the second round of the playoffs. "We showed that one of our best guys goes down, were going to do it collectively and as a team, and play unselfish," Thompson said. "Its hard to replace what he does. You really cant do it, but we try to do our best and we did a good job of it tonight." Curry had just five points on 2-for-8 shooting with seven assists in 24 minutes and sat out the fourth quarter with a bruised left foot and a sore right knee. He said he would "probably" play on Friday. "Just a tough, unfortunate injury, but Ive got guys I believe in and our versatility showed," Warriors coach Mark Jackson said. "Andre showed how important he is, comfortable at moving over, handling the basketball and facilitating our offence. Hopefully Steph will be fine and we continue to march on." Kevin Love had 25 points, 16 rebounds and six assists for the Timberwolves, who have lost two straight after a 3-0 start. Kevin Martin added 23 points, but the Wolves bench was outscored 27-10. The Wolves shot 37.8 per cent and turned the ball over 19 times in a humbling loss. The Wolves are hoping to use the Warriors surprising run last season as a model to end their nine-year playoff drought this year. But they found out that they have a long way to go to compete with a team that is quickly asserting itself as one of the best in the West. The Warriors shot 50 per cent, outrebounded the Wolves 49-40 and held Minnesota to just 10 points off 21 Golden State turnovers. "Were a better team than that defensively," Love said. "There were a lot of times where, I was guilty of it too, but I was throwing my hands up and was like, Where is the weakside help." When Thompson found the mark, Curry wasnt needed. Thompson was 2 for 9 in the first half, but hit his first seven shots of the second half to help the Warriors pull away. With backup shooting gua1rd Alexey Shved off to a terrible start, Wolves coach Rick Adelman had no choice but to try 5-foot-11 J.J. Barea on the 6-7 Thompson. Predictably, Thompson just rose right up and shot over the little guy, drilling 3 after 3 in the second half. He scored 11 straight points for the Warriors in the fourth quarter, the last a soft jumper for a 94-80 lead, and the Warriors never looked back. Barnes missed the first four games with left toe inflammation. He was a game-time decision, but he entered the game with just over 5 minutes to go in the first quarter and made an immediate impact. He hit two quick jumpers and scored on a pretty reverse layup to ignite the uncharacteristically sluggish Warriors offence, and the second unit chewed the Wolves bench up to start the second quarter. "The whole thing changed," Wolves coach Rick Adelman said of the second unit. "We have to find a way to keep things going and be more productive and that just didnt happen." NOTES: Rubio had another rough night. He had seven points on 2-for-8 shooting with seven assists and four turnovers. ... 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Weve been there before early in seasons and really slowed down going down the stretch. So weve got to keep on moving the way we are." Erik Johnson and Alex Tanguay also scored for the Avalanche, who topped Carolina at home for the ninth straight time. Semyon Varlamov made 28 saves in the win. "I think its a new attitude," said forward Paul Stastny, crediting much of the turnaround to the influence of first-year coach Patrick Roy. "Obviously, weve had the goaltending and we have a lot of depth. I think were all playing together and sacrificing for each other. "Were doing the little things right, and you do that over the course of 60 minutes, over the course of a season, and the puck is going to bounce your way." Carolina, which got goals from Drayson Bowman and Andrej Sekera, came into the game scrambling at the goalie position. Justin Peters, recalled from Charlotte of the AHL earlier this month, made his first start of the season because of injuries to the Hurricanes top two goalies and stopped 30 shots. "Hes battling in there," Hurricanes coach Kirk Muller said. "A couple of those plays were odd-number situations, two on one. Guys losing their assignments put him in a vulnerable spot." Hurricanes goalie Cam Ward left Thursdays game at Minnesota in the first period with a lower-body injury, and Anton Khudobin has missed five games, also with a lower-body injury that has landed him on the injured list. Carolina recalled Mike Murphy from Charlotte on an emergency basis as an additiional backup before the game.dddddddddddd The Avalanche were on the power play when Duchene wristed a shot from between the circles into the net for his second goal of the night and his team-high eighth overall. That gave Colorado a 4-1 lead 36 seconds into the third. Carolina fought back with a goal by Sekera at 2:40. The Hurricanes had a chance to get even closer when they were on the power play midway through the period, but were turned away by Varlamov, who made consecutive saves. He stopped a shot from point-blank range by Alexander Semin. Colorado pressured the Hurricanes in their zone from the outset, taking a 2-0 lead while putting up 18 shots to Carolinas eight in the first period. "They came out ready to play," Peters said. "We knew they were going to come out ready. They have a great atmosphere here and have a great record at home. They had some chances, got some bounces there. Theyre real quick. All their guys can skate real well. Theyre fast, theyre hungry. They really battle hard on pucks as a team. When you have that skill level and confidence, it goes a long way." Johnson finished a 3-on-2 rush at 11:30 of the first by knocking the puck off his skate past Peters. Duchene scored his team-leading seventh goal of the season six minutes later, coming around the back of the net and wristing a shot that trickled in off Peters right leg. Carolina pulled within 2-1 when Bowman, off a centring pass from Jordan Staal, one-timed a shot from the right circle that got past Varlamov. But the Avalanche regained a two-goal advantage at 10:11 of the second. Duchene sent a pass toward the slot where the streaking Tanguay picked it up and wristed it into the net for his third goal. NOTES: Carolinas Radek Dvorak didnt return after leaving the game in the second period with a lower-body injury. ... Carolinas Tim Gleason played in his 600th NHL game. ... The Avs, who matched their best 10-game start, play six of their next seven at home. ... Carolina last won a game at Colorado in 1996 when they were the Hartford Whalers. ' ' '