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17-0, 1st in Pacific
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Warriors, Sixers 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

Curry: 'Our confidence is high right now' (0:41)
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Curry leaves LeBron behind on 3-point list

The Warriors guard leapfrogs LeBron James on the list of career 3-pointers made. Check out that and more from the Warriors' 17th straight win.

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.

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Draymond Green messes around in Phoenix

The Warriors' all-purpose player collected 14 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists against the Suns. That's what we in the business call a triple-double.

Curry's 3-pointer passes LeBron (0:20)
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Warriors' Barnes exits with ankle sprain vs. Suns

Warriors forward Harrison Barnes sprained his ankle in the third quarter Friday night against the Suns and was out for the rest of Golden State's win.

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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

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Curry passes LeBron on 3-point list

Stephen Curry is up to eight 3-pointers tonight. The significance is that No. 1,277 marks Curry passing LeBron James on the career 3-point list.

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How dominant have the Warriors been?

In an earlier game tonight, the Washington Wizards scored 78 points in the game. Golden State has put up 75 points ... at halftime. Halftime stats

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

Amin Elhassan ESPN Staff Writer 

Large contingent of Michigan State fans here in Phoenix to cheer on Draymond Green

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Steph Curry: MVP and most improved?

Curry's teammate Harrison Barnes brought up the idea a week ago: Could Steph win both the MVP and Most Improved Player awards? What the stats say (Insider)

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

He has his own dressing room?

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Luke Walton on the league possibly granting him these wins, that are counted towards Kerr's ledger so far: "Doesn't matter to me. It really doesn't. I have no thoughts on that, but good either way."

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

From the practice before the flight: Good shooting form


Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

In Phoenix, where Steph's shot still looks decent

Stephen Curry: 'We talk about 33'

The Warriors have won 16 straight this season, but already have eyes on matching the NBA's longest win streak, set by the 1971-72 Lakers. Said Curry: "It's important to have tangible goals. ... We talk about 33. I think I've probably talked about it more than anybody else on the team, just because I know about the history and just really how hard it is."

Curry gets pumped up for Luke Kuechly (0:08)

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.51st
Rebounds Per Game45.96th
Assists Per Game29.71st
Points Allowed99.711th

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