The Golden State Warriors are still perfectly unbeatable at home, moving to 24-0 Tuesday night at Oracle in a 123-110 win against the Houston Rockets.
Stephen Curry scored 35 points, handed out nine assists and grabbed six boards.
The MVP says the Dubs still haven’t reached their ceiling, a terrifying thought for the rest of the NBA.
Per the AP:
Even with a remarkable 47-4 record, Golden State is far from satisfied. […] “We can definitely play better and just sustain our level of play and be more consistent over 48 minutes. It’s hard,” Curry said. “As long as you keep that at the forefront and challenge yourselves, that’s what hopefully inspires to continue to get better. It’s not going to be pretty every minute we’re out there, it’s not going to be perfect, we’re not going to blow everybody out. But we strive to be great every night.”
Andrew Bogut added 13 points, 11 rebounds, three steals and a season-high six blocked shots — three in the fourth — during one of his best games yet. […] “Bogut was phenomenal,” said Warriors coach Steve Kerr, who didn’t feel well after the game but was scheduled to fly with the team to Arizona. He took a leave of absence from Oct. 1 to Jan. 25 for complications following two back surgeries.
Golden State won its 42nd straight regular-season home game and is 24-0 at Oracle Arena this season. The Warriors are within two home victories of matching the Chicago Bulls’ NBA-record home winning streak of 44 games from March 30, 1995 to April 4, 1996. […] James Harden overcame a scoreless first quarter to finish with 37 points, five assists and five rebounds in Houston’s eighth straight loss to Golden State.