ScheduleAll times ET
- 12/25W 89-83
- 12/28W 122-103
- 12/30L 114-91
- 12/31W 114-110
- 1/2W 111-108
- 1/4W 111-101
- 1/5W 109-88
- 1/8W 128-108
- 1/9W 128-116
- 1/11W 111-103
- 1/13L 112-110
- 1/14W 116-98
- 1/16L 113-95
- 1/18W 132-98
- 1/20W 125-94
- 1/22W 122-110
- 1/25W 120-90
- 1/27W 127-107
- 1/30W 108-105
- 1/31W 116-95
- 2/3W 134-121
- 2/6W 116-108
- 2/9W 123-110
- 2/10W 112-104
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Stephen Curry nearly had a triple-double before sitting out the fourth quarter, and the Golden State Warriors stormed into the All-Star break on an 11-game winning streak with a 112-104 victory o
Warriors run past Suns, improve to 48-4
Golden State moved its win streak to 11 games with a 112-104 triumph in Phoenix. The Splash Brothers combined for 50 points and Steph Curry sat out the fourth quarter of a win for the 15th time this season. Box score
Warriors close in on 48th win
Stephen Curry has 26 points and is 5-for-10 from 3-point range as Golden State has opened up a 91-75 lead heading to the fourth quarter in Phoenix. With a win, the Warriors would secure the best-ever record before the All-Star Break. Follow live
Steve Kerr was able to coach the Warriors' last pre-All-Star break game despite battling headaches and pain related to the spinal fluid leak that caused him to miss the season's first 41 games.
Warriors hit the magic number
Golden State has won 98 straight games when leading by 15 at any point, and a Stephen Curry 3-pointer in the second quarter gave the Warriors a 51-35 lead over the Suns. Curry has 18 points to lead all scorers. Follow live
Warriors going for 11th straight win
Golden State turns to Phoenix one night after winning its 10th straight game and securing the best 51-game start to a season in NBA history (47-4). Follow live
The gang chats about the Kobe-LeBron trade talks from 2007, whether there's any defense that can stop the Warriors, trade talks, and what lies ahead for the Knicks.
Wilt Chamberlain checks in at No. 5 in our All-Time #NBArank countdown.
The beat goes on for Golden State
The Warriors extended their regular-season winning streak on Tuesday night with a 123-110 victory over the Rockets, whom they swept in three home games during last season's Western Conference Finals.
Thanks to an unorthodox performance director and a strict training regimen, the injuries that cursed the start of Steph Curry's NBA career turned into his greatest blessing.
Top Headline: Andrew Bogut's strong defense helps Warriors beat Rockets.
Teams have begun adjusting defensively against the Golden State Warriors, but that might just be making them stronger.
Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer
A reporter bluntly asks Curry about the 2nd half. Curry jokes, "I missed, man. Don't rub it in."
Stephen Curry scored 35 points to go with nine assists and six rebounds to help the Warriors outlast the potent Rockets 123-110 and secure Golden State's 42nd straight regular-season home win.
Dubs slip by Rockets, stay perfect at home
The Warriors are 24-0 at home and 47-4 overall after Steph Curry went off for 35 points on James Harden (37 points) and the Rockets in the 123-110 win. Box score
Warriors open up 11-point lead
The Rockets and Dubs entered the fourth knotted at 93, but Golden State's second unit has spurred the team to a 110-99 lead midway through the fourth. Follow live
Points Per Game115.51st
Rebounds Per Game46.83rd
Assists Per Game29.31st
Warriors @ Trail Blazers
Moda Center - Fri 2/19