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18-0, 1st in Pacific

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Assassin's Creed: Jump shot

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Unbeaten and still rankings 'champs'

The Warriors assume their familiar spot atop Marc Stein's weekly assessment of NBA teams. An actual challenge lies ahead -- a seven-game road trip, beginning Monday night at Utah. Power Rankings

All hail the Golden State Warriors (3:11)

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Harrison Barnes, still on crutches

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Either this is Steph Curry warming up, or a knight from the Middle Ages


Will road finally lead to Dubs' defeat?

The Warriors will take their record 18-0 start to Salt Lake City on Monday for the first of a seven-game road trip. Will they return home with 25 wins stuffed into the overhead bin?

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Warriors F Barnes to miss at least three games

Harrison Barnes will miss at least three games with an ankle injury, which means the undefeated Warriors will try to continue their perfect start without their third-leading scorer.


Green joins impressive company

Draymond Green collected 13 points, 12 assists and 11 rebounds in the Warriors' win over the Kings on Saturday night following his 14-10-10 against the Suns on Friday night. That places Green in rarified franchise air.

Bob Ryan: Enjoy the regular-season ride (0:55)
Rush drains 3 on his big night (0:13)
Stephen Curry doesn't mind resting (0:29)
Warriors improve to 18-0 (2:05)
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Final: Warriors 120, Kings 101

Stephen Curry's team improved to 18-0 with a win over Seth Curry's squad. Golden State made 16-of-30 3s (53.3%). Box score

Curry still manages to drain the three while falling (0:12)

Warriors in control against Kings

Sacramento's six-point lead is long gone. Golden State has a 22-point lead in the third quarter behind Steph Curry's 17 points on 4-of-6 shooting (3-of-5 from 3). The Warriors are looking to go 18-0. Follow live


Warriors go for 18-0

The Kings and Warriors are close in terms of geographic area but not when it comes to basketball records. Sacramento is 6-11 and Golden State is 17-0. Follow live

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

The international birthday combo

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Warriors, 76ers going different directions

  • Golden State: 17-game win streak is 2nd-longest to begin a regular season in history of four major professional sports
  • Philadelphia: Lost 27th straight game dating back to last season, sets record for the longest losing streak by any major North American sports team

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The tale of two teams

The Warriors are undefeated (17-0) and the 76ers are winless (0-17) this season. Here's a closer look at each team's offensive production.

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How long will it last for Golden State?

Including last season, the Warriors have won 21 consecutive regular-season games. Steph Curry & Co. have a chance to tie the 2007-08 Rockets on Saturday against the Kings.

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Stephen Curry from downtown

The Warriors superstar has been shooting lights out from beyond the arc this season. Curry is on pace to break the single-season record for 3-pointers made, which he set last season.


Warriors' Barnes doubtful vs. Kings

Harrison Barnes is doubtful to play tonight as Golden State looks to improve to 18-0 to start the season. Barnes (13.4 points per game) sprained his ankle in the Warriors' 135-116 win over the Suns on Friday.

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.81st
Rebounds Per Game46.16th
Assists Per Game29.81st
Points Allowed99.814th

Team History


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