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46-4, 1st in Pacific
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Happy birthday, Klay Thompson!

The Splash Brother turns 26 today. And on Tuesday, he and the Warriors will go for win No. 47.

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Warriors historic through 50 games

According to Elias, Golden State is just the third team in NBA history to win 46 of its 50 games at any point, joining the 2006-07 Mavericks and 1966-67 76ers.

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Stephen Curry keeps pounding

The Warriors guard and Panthers super-fan had the honor of hitting Carolina's "Keep Pounding" drum as the team took the field for Super Bowl 50.

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Warriors ahead of Bulls' pace

Golden State has one fewer loss than the 1995-96 Bulls through 50 games this season. Can the Warriors keep up their pace to reach 72 wins or more?

Kenny Mayne really, really wants to interview Beyonce... gets Harbaugh instead (1:20)
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Unstoppable Warriors vs. unstoppable KD

When two immense hoop forces collided, excellence ensued. Still, Kevin Durant (40 points) couldn't lift the Thunder past a Warriors team lacking its usual Splash Bros. 3-point success.


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Steph Curry trash talks Rick Reilly about the Super Bowl

Wilbon: Thunder need more than Durant, Westbrook (1:04)

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Steph Curry, after saying the win is all that counts: "We can play better."

Warriors pass test against Thunder (1:28)
Barnes: We wanted to make a statement (1:55)

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It's packed in the locker room. Warriors staff just kicked Tiki Barber out

Thompson hits the three, Curry hits the dab (0:24)

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Kerr: "I thought it was great for our team to go through a game like that"

Warriors postgame coverage on ESPN

Players from both squads are joining SC on the Road in Oakland after a compelling Warriors-Thunder game. Live on SportsCenter

Curry calls atmosphere 'playoff type' (1:09)

Warriors survive Thunder rally

Oklahoma City came back from down double digits to tie the game late, but key plays by Stephen Curry sealed the 116-108 win. Golden State moves to 46-4 on the season. Box score

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Impressive second half from the Thunder falls short. Warriors score just 43 points, but execute in the final three minutes to hold on 116-108. Durant had 40 and 14 rebounds, Westbrook 27 and 12 assists, Kanter 14 and 15 rebounds in 20 minutes.


Thunder come all the way back

After trailing by as many as 19 points, Oklahoma City has come all the way back to tie the game 104-104 with just over 3 minutes in the game. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Impressive second half performance from the Thunder, win or lose. Have cut a 20-point deficit to tie the game with three minutes left. Warriors with just 31 second half points.


Thunder scraping to get back in game

After giving up 73 points in the first half, Oklahoma City has held Golden State to 18 in the third and 8 in the fourth as the Thunder trail 99-95 midway through the fourth. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Jeff Van Gundy shouldn't call Beyonce 'Bey' (0:18)

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors up 91-83 on the Thunder, after some good 3rd quarter defense closes the gap a bit. Looked like the Warriors were turning this into a blowout, but OKC has fought to make it a game again. Curry is getting swarmed and switched aggressively and thus has had very few clean looks. He's 7-of-17 for 20 points

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.41st
Rebounds Per Game46.84th
Assists Per Game29.31st
Points Allowed102.819th

Team History


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