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7-9, 3rd in Pacific
Curry: 'Our confidence is high right now' (0:41)
Warriors top Suns to remain undefeated (2:12)
Curry gets hot in first quarter against Suns (1:04)

Curry scores 41 as Warriors stretch mark to 17-0

Stephen Curry scored 41 points in three quarters, Draymond Green had a triple-double and the Golden State Warriors beat Phoenix 135-116 on Friday night, extending their NBA-record start to 17-0.

Curry's 3-pointer passes LeBron (0:20)
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Warriors put up 103 points in 3 quarters

There have been 18 teams that have already played tonight; 10 scored less than 100 points in their games. Stephen Curry is up to 41 points on 11-of-20 shooting (9-of-16 from deep). Follow live

Curry's three makes Suns look silly (0:20)

Warriors (16-0) at Suns (7-8)

Golden State became the first team in NBA history to start a season 16-0. Does the streak move to 17 consecutive wins? Follow live

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A big DFS night for Knight vs. Dubs?

One of Tom Carpenter's top recommendations for Friday night is Suns point guard Brandon Knight. Hmm. Phoenix happens to be hosting undefeated Golden State. Best buys (Insider)

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Suns Daily Links: Friday

Top Headline: Suns' next opponent, Warriors, making history

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Suns Daily Links: Thursday

Top Headline: Suns bring in Bryce Cotton from D-League; roster now at 15

Davis, Pelicans rally past Suns (0:59)

Final: Pelicans 120, Suns 114

Anthony Davis finished with 26 points and 17 rebounds and hit a go-ahead bucket with 20 seconds left to give the Pelicans the lead for good in a six-point win over the Suns in Phoenix. It's Davis' career-high third straight game of 20-plus points and 15-plus rebounds. Box score

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Brandon Knight among top DFS plays

Jim McCormick includes the Suns guard among his selections for Wednesday night, when Phoenix will host the New Orleans Pelicans. Between the lines

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Bledsoe among top fantasy risers

In Tom Carpenter's latest re-ranking, he moves Eric Bledsoe from No. 28 to No. 18. But Carpenter is concerned with the Suns guard's latest injury issue. Rest-of-season rankings

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Suns Daily Links: Wednesday

Top Headline: Suns rookie Devin Booker playing well in the first month of the season

Spurs improve to 11-3 (0:47)

Should you start the Suns backcourt?

Brandon Knight and Eric Bledsoe are similarly priced on Monday. Both guards have reliable high floors, which make them valuable fantasy assets, even against the Spurs. DFS best buys (Insider)

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Our experts are fading Knight

Brandon Knights fantasy stock has skyrocketed due to his recent performance. But the Suns travel to the defensive-minded Spurs on Monday. Our experts think you should spend your money elsewhere. DFS Building blocks/fades

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Suns slip to 19th in rankings

The good news for Phoenix is that it stands second in the Pacific Division. The bad news is that the 7-6 Suns, who split four games this past week, can't see first place from there. Week 4 Power Rankings

Team Stats

Points Per Game106.23rd
Rebounds Per Game45.48th
Assists Per Game19.923rd
Points Allowed105.425th

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