No stats-chasing here, but Draymond Green still ended up with yet another triple-double Sunday night at MSG.
Green filled the boxscore with 20 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists for the visiting Golden State Warriors, who trounced the New York Knicks 116-95.
Klay Thompson continued with his torrid pace, dropping a game-high 34 points and helped the Dubs (44-4) overcome a rough start.
Klay Thompson's last 3 games:
42-for-64 from field (16-for-28 from 3)
— Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe) February 1, 2016
Per the AP:
The shooting and passing weren’t good, though apparently coach Steve Kerr’s clipboard toss was impressive. […] “He broke the clipboard, then threw it,” Draymond Green corrected.
Klay Thompson woke the Warriors from their slowest start of the season with 17 of his 34 points in the second quarter, Green tied the franchise record with his ninth triple-double and Golden State beat the New York Knicks 116-95 on Sunday night for its seventh straight victory. […] Green made all nine shots as the Warriors (44-4) wrapped up January at 40 games over .500 even with a quiet 13 points from Stephen Curry. Playing with a nasty cut on his forehead, he was 5 for 17 from the field on a court where he once scored 54 points.
Carmelo Anthony had 24 points and 10 rebounds for the Knicks, who lost for the fifth time in six games. […] “In the third quarter, they just took it to another level of intensity,” Knicks coach Derek Fisher said. “We were right there and they went to more of a level that they’re capable of getting to and got some separation.”