It was not in Stephen Curry’s mind about making more NBA history until a couple of games ago. Now, the Golden State Warriors and Stephen Curry are on right track of adding another achievement in an incredible NBA season. Although it was not their most dominant win of this season, but they still managed to win the Saturday game on the base of Stephen Curry’s 38 points and defeating the Sacramento Kings by 128-116. The game was considered as a road game. The home crowd enthusiastically cheered for the visiting Golden State Warriors on Saturday.
Stephen Curry was the key player for the Warriors in the last game. He managed eight 3-pointers and scored a total 38 points. Draymond Green also added 25 points in that game and the Warriors defeated the Sacramento Kings by 128-116 for their consecutive six victories in this season of NBA.
In the third quarter of the game, the Warriors broke loose for 36 points and built a 12- point lead against the Kings. Stephen Curry had scored 14 in the fourth to hold of the Kings and completed an unbeaten three-game road trip. To the Warriors, it was felt like a home game for them. It was one of their best starts in NBA history. The Golden State supporters cheered the team’s every basket. They even chanted “MVP” when Curry was shooting the basketball for free throws.
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Curry was lethal from beyond the arc. He went on 8-of-14, three of which came in the final six minutes. He also collected 6 rebounds and 11 assists and led all players of his side with a +16 rating. It was the fourth win for the Warriors’ over Stephen’s brother Seth Curry’s Sacramento Kings. The Kings made it interesting lately, as Marco Belinelli’s three brought them within six with 1:10 left. Eventually, the Kings didn’t win the game, as Curry scored the final six points of the game which ultimately closed the gap.
DeMarcus cousins led the Kings with 10 rebounds and 33 points. The victory took the Golden State Warriors to their six consecutive wins. Now they are chasing the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls’ record of 72-10. The Golden State equaled the record with 1957-58 Celtics as the only defending Champions to win their initial 14 games in NBA. The Golden State Warriors are one of the five teams in the NBA history to begin 14-0. They will travel to Denver looking to keep it going.