(SportsNetwork.com) - The Golden State Warriors will take their show to the road the next four games, starting with Tuesday's showdown with the Portland Trail Blazers at the Moda Center.

The Warriors have won six in a row and 11 of their last 12 games, and are coming off Monday's 107-76 beating of the Washington Wizards.

Stephen Curry scored 24 points to go along with six assists, while Marreese Speights had 16 points and Draymond Green added 13 points with six rebounds in the win for Golden State, which closed out a perfect six-game homestand.

"The shots started to fall as we got momentum and confidence in the third quarter and got our crowd into it," Curry said.

Golden State guard Klay Thompson returned after a three-game absence due to a sprained ankle and scored eight points with three assists. Andrew Bogut had a game-high 12 rebounds in the win.

The West-leading Warriors are 23-11 on the road and will also visit Memphis, Milwaukee and the LA Clippers on the trip.

Portland is back in Rip City following a disappointing five-game road trip (1-4) and looks to stop a four-game slide.

The Trail Blazers dropped a 97-86 decision in Memphis on Saturday, as Damian Lillard had 27 points and LaMarcus Aldridge finished with 16.

"I thought we did a very good job defensively," said Portland coach Terry Stotts. "The first quarter I thought was misleading... I liked the way we competed defensively on the heels of last night."

C.J. McCollum scored 13 points in a losing effort for Portland, which is fourth in the Western Conference standings.

After the Blazers host the Warriors, they will visit Utah and Phoenix.

In injury news for Portland, Aldridge (thumb), Nicolas Batum (back) and Chris Kaman (shoulder) are listed as doubtful for tonight's game.

Golden State defeated Portland, 95-90, on Nov. 2 in the Rose City and was led by Thompson, whose runner in the lane with 8.7 seconds left proved to be the difference. Thompson scored 29 points and Aldridge countered with 26 and 13 rebounds.

The Warriors and Blazers will meet again April 9 in Oakland. Golden State has won six of the past eight matchups between the teams.