Golden State Warriors

Result: Golden State ride hot start to thrash Nuggets

The Golden State Warriors set an NBA record of 51 points in the first quarter to earn a 142-111 victory over the Denver Nuggets. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson ran riot in the Warriors’ fifth straight win, each producing 31 points on the way to clinching the Western Conference top spot. Steal it & slam it, Klay 🔥 📺 @NBCSAuthentic pic.twitter.com/aDtpxtd5Ok — Golden State Warriors (@warriors) January 16, 2019 Kevin Durant added 27 points as his side produced 21 three-pointers – including 10 in the opening quarter for a franchise record. As well as breaking the 50-point barrier held by several teams, the monster win at Pepsi Center snapped Denver’s 12-game home winning run, and put the Warriors half a game ahead of their conference rivals. Klay threw down four dunks tonight. FOUR pic.tw...

Result: Steph Curry stars for Golden State Warriors

Steph Curry racked up 48 points in a dominant display to lift the Golden State Warriors to a 119-114 victory over the Dallas Mavericks. The two-time MVP was once again the key man for the Warriors, adding six rebounds and five assists to his performance as his side took their record for the season to 29-14 to sit second in the Western Conference. Top of that pile are the Denver Nuggets who edged a tight contest against the Portland Trail Blazers 116-113. Nikola’s Jogic’s 40-point performance proved crucial for Denver, who held on in the closing stages as Damian Lillard’s ambitious three-point effort was off target. Steph Curry pours in 11 triples, 48 PTS, helping the @warriors come away victorious on the road! #SAPStatLineOfTheNight pic.twitter.com/fmUtHIzJpe — NBA.com/Stats (@nbastats) Ja...

Result: Harden triple-double fires Rockets to big win over Cavaliers

James Harden recorded his third 40-point triple-double in six games as the Houston Rockets beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 141-113. The reigning MVP scored 43 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists as the Rockets ran riot from the start, surging to a 28-point lead in the first half. On the way to victory, Harden hit 30 points before the beginning of the third quarter, made eight three-pointers and finished with his sixth triple-double of the season. .@JHarden13 TRIPLE-DOUBLE ✔️ 🏀 43PTS👊 12AST💪 10REB Vote ⭐️ ➡️ https://t.co/SKZdoKpYvl pic.twitter.com/aFiapAJhno — Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) January 12, 2019 Ante Zizic top scored for Cleveland with 18 points but his side’s torrid run continued as they fell to their 12th loss in a row. Steph Curry moved into third place on the NBA’...

Result: James Harden shines again as Houston Rockets overcome New Orleans Pelicans

There were also wins for the Nuggets and Bucks. James Harden scored 40-plus points for the third straight game as he led the Houston Rockets to a 108-104 win over the New Orleans Pelicans. Harden, who leads the league with a points average of 32.7, had 26 in the first half and finished with 41, nine rebounds and six assists. A big road WIN in NOLA! #RunAsOne 🚀 pic.twitter.com/ke2YFVWS5d — Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) December 30, 2018 Julius Randle top scored for the Pelicans with 23, while Antonio Davis hit 22. The Denver Nuggets, leaders of the Western Conference, overcame the Phoenix Suns 122-118 with Jamal Murray scoring 46 and adding eight assists. Nikola Jokic added 23 in the victory, as the Nuggets’ opened up a one-game lead over Oklahoma City Thunder in the Northwest Division....

Result: In-form James Harden stars as Rockets beat Celtics

There were also wins for the Bucks, Kings and Sixers. James Harden poured in 45 points as the Houston Rockets beat the Boston Celtics 127-113. Harden, who has not scored less than 35 in each of his last five games, added six assists, while Clint Capela got 24 points in the win. Huge WIN in H-Town! #RunAsOne 🚀 pic.twitter.com/z0kXO9w1Vw — Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) December 28, 2018 Kyrie Irving top scored for the Celtics with 23 points and 11 assists. Giannis Antetokounmpo helped the Milwaukee Bucks see off the New York Knicks, with 31 points and 14 rebounds in a 112-96 victory. Four straight games against the Knicks with 30+ points!!#FearTheDeer pic.twitter.com/zruL3kj10h — Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) December 28, 2018 New York have now lost six games in a row. Elsewhere the Los Angel...

Result: Los Angeles Lakers suffer LeBron James injury blow in Golden State Warriors win

All-Star forward LeBron James suffered a groin strain in the third quarter. The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Golden State Warriors 127-101 on the road but were dealt a blow when LeBron James left the court injured in the third quarter. With 7.51 seconds remaining on the clock, the All-Star forward sustained a groin strain, finishing the Christmas game with 17 points, 13 rebounds and five assists. Steph Curry hit back-to-back three-pointers and the Warriors got to within two points before the end of third, but the Lakers maintained control, completing the victory thanks to 19 points from Kyle Kuzma and 18 from Ivica Zubac. 🎥 LeBron James finished tonight’s game with 17 points, 13 boards, and 5 assists in 21 minutes of action #LakersWin pic.twitter.com/yZi0LQ7LTD — Los Angeles Lakers (@...

Result: Steph Curry strikes late to snatch victory for Golden State Warriors

Steph Curry nailed a last-gasp lay-up to give the Golden State Warriors a narrow 129-127 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers. The Clippers’ Avery Bradley tied the game at 127-127 with 20.6 seconds left on the clock, having seen the Warriors grasp a 103-94 lead going into the fourth. After a big third quarter which saw Curry contribute 11 points, it was then left to the point guard to salvage the victory, finding the basket with 0.5 seconds left on the clock and walking away with a night’s total of 42 points, six rebounds and two assists. Relive the down-to-the-wire win in tonight’s game rewind, presented by @Verizon ⏮ pic.twitter.com/oVO5hPWwUV — Golden State Warriors (@warriors) December 24, 2018 The Boston Celtics surprised the Charlotte Hornets to snap a three-game losing streak...

Result: Kevin Durant shines as Golden State Warriors beat Dallas Mavericks

Kevin Durant contributed 29 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists as the Golden State Warriors held off a late rally from the Dallas Mavericks to prevail 120-116. The Warriors seemed to be cruising when they pulled away from their opponents in the final quarter, stretching their lead into double figures by the halfway point. Dallas came charging back and brought the deficit down to a single point, but a clutch three-pointer from Durant with around 15 seconds remaining settled matters. KEVIN 💀 There’s something about that spot… 📺 @NBCSAuthentic pic.twitter.com/p4sN4v3ldO — Golden State Warriors (@warriors) December 23, 2018 Jonas Jerebko and Steph Curry poured in 23 and 22 points respectively at Oracle Arena, while Wesley Matthews’ 25-point haul was in vain for the Maveric...

Result: Kevin Durant’s 51-point haul still not enough as Raptors down Warriors

The Raptors defeated the Warriors for the first time since 2014. Kevin Durant scored 51 points for the Golden State Warriors but still could not overcome the Toronto Raptors on Thursday night. A season-high 37 points from Kawhi Leonard helped push the Raptors to the 131-128 win in overtime, while Pascal Siakam added to the heroics with a career-best 26 points. CAREER-HIGH 26 POINTS! NOW THAT’S SPICYYYYYYYYY pic.twitter.com/in3zLhRUxm — Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) November 30, 2018 The Raptors were on an eight-game losing streak against the Warriors, who looked like they could be carried to victory as Durant scored more than 40 points in his third straight game. But 10 points from Kyle Lowry, 13 from Danny Green and 20 from Serge Ibaka helped see the Raptors down the Warriors for the f...

Result: Golden State Warriors make it back-to-back wins against Sacramento Kings

There were also wins for the Bucks, Cavs and Wizards. Reigning NBA champions the Golden State Warriors won their second game on the bounce thanks to a last-gasp Klay Thompson lay-up. The Warriors had lost four-in-a-row but had a win against the Portland Trail Blazers to break the run on Friday night. And Thompson sealed a 117-116 win against the Sacramento Kings as Thompson put away his own miss with five seconds left on the clock as part of a 31-point night, while Kevin Durant had 44. Kevin Durant goes off for a season-high 44 PTS (17 in the 4th), along with 13 REB, 7 AST, guiding the @warriors past SAC at home!#DubNation 117#SacramentoProud 116 Klay Thompson: 31 PTS, 5 3PMDamian Jones: 13 PTS, 6 REBMarvin Bagley III: 20 PTS, 17 REB pic.twitter.com/rBfv429qip — NBA (@NBA) November 25, 201...

Result: Washington Wizards rally for late win against Los Angeles Clippers

There were also wins for the Raptors, Trail Blazers and Nets. The Washington Wizards fought back from 24 points down in the second quarter to see off the Los Angeles Clippers 125-118. John Wall, Bradley Beal and Jeff Green each had 10 points in the fourth quarter as the Wizards outscored the visitors 39-23 in the final 12 minutes to seal the win. Wall had 30 on the night, while Tobias Harris top scored for the Clippers with 29 as the side fell to 11-6, half a game behind the Golden State Warriors at the top of the Pacific Division. https://twitter.com/WashWizards/status/1065079855367286784/ Danny Green hit a jump shot with 0.5 seconds left on the clock as the Toronto Raptors beat the Orlando Magic 93-91. Evan Fournier drew the game level with two seconds left with a dunk, but the Raptors t...

Result: Steph Curry sets NBA record as Golden State Warriors beat Brooklyn Nets

The star shooter has scored at least five three-pointers in seventh straight games. Steph Curry set an NBA record with his seven three-pointers as the Golden State Warriors beat the Brooklyn Nets 120-114. The star shooter racked up 35 points as he claimed at least five three-pointers in the seventh game on the trot, surpassing the previous best streak of six games set by the Dallas Mavericks’ George McCloud in 1995-96. He’s at it again 😏 #StephGonnaSteph 📺 @NBCSAuthentic pic.twitter.com/ngw3CwdW5L — Golden State Warriors (@warriors) October 28, 2018 Kevin Durant added 34 for the Warriors, who have now won four in a row. Russell Westbrook and Paul George scored 23 points apiece as Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Phoenix Suns 117-110. Stephen Curry sets an #NBA record of 7 consecutive g...

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