The question right now for the Warriors after they beat the NBA’s best record for starting a season is, what team can beat them? Phoenix Suns was not the answer as the Warriors extended their winning streak and historic record for 17.
Stephen Curry as usual was unstoppable, regardless which player the Suns put against him the result will be the same, the ball still hits the bottom of the net.
The reigning MVP scored 41 points in a 56% shooting from beyond the arc and dished out 8 assists. Draymond Green who is always reliable and the energy booster for the Warriors had a third career triple-double performance with 14 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists.
“We have an edge,” Curry said. “We love the feeling of winning and our confidence is high right now. That’s the only thing that motivates us.”
“Yeah, they’re a tough team to guard,” Phoenix’s Markieff Morris said. “They shoot 3s like layups.”
Second year forward T.J. Warren led Phoenix Suns with 28 points and grabbed 6 rebounds. Brandon Knight and Eric Bledsoe added 21 points a piece. Final score Suns 116 Warriors 135.