Stephen Curry led the Golden State Warriors to their 50th consecutive home win Wednesday night, dropping 34 points including eight three-pointers on the visiting New York Knicks.
Curry hit eight of thirteen from behind the arc, and 12 of 20 overall.
Klay Thompson added 19 points for the Dubs, with five threes.
Per the AP:
Curry scored 34 points in another brilliant 3-point shooting performance and the Warriors extended their record regular-season home winning streak to 50 games with a 121-85 victory over the New York Knicks on Wednesday night. […] Curry shot 8 for 13 from long range and 12 of 20 from the floor overall before sitting out the fourth quarter with his team up big. The reigning MVP hit 3-pointers on three straight possessions late in the first quarter and on two in a row at the end of the third as the Warriors improved to 32-0 at Oracle Arena this season.
So, how about 50 straight home wins? […] “I don’t think any of us are really thinking about numbers,” coach Steve Kerr said. “That’s one of the reasons we’re having such a good season. We’re not paying any attention to anything that doesn’t matter.”
Carmelo Anthony had 18 points, six rebounds and six assists for the Knicks. […] “It’s unbelievable, the way that they play. The lineups that they mess around with out there,” Anthony said. “Their record, 61-6, we’re witnessing, kind of, history here. It’s hard to give them a pat on the back when you just got your (tail) whipped.”