Individually, Curry (35) and Thompson (28) have connected on 63 three-point shots or eight more than the Jazz have made as a team.
In Golden State's 102-88 win over Utah on Saturday night, the Warriors went 9-for-21 from the three-point line. Curry was 5-for-8. Thompson went 3-for-5.
According to Gordon Hayward, the Jazz's chance to split these consecutive games against Golden State hinges on better defense.
Utah can't "allow so many wide-open threes so many kick-out threes," Hayward said. "We have to make sure who we're helping off of and who we're rotating to. ... They're pretty lethal when you leave them open."
Golden State, 6-3 after three straight victories, will play without back-up center Jermaine O'Neal. He suffered a strained knee and groin with 11:26 left in the fourth quarter Saturday night.
In Golden State's first seven games, O'Neal played behind starter Andrew Bogut and averaged 2.9 points and 3.1 rebounds in 19.2 minutes.