Golden State Warriors point guard and 2015 season MVP Stephen Curry will not play In Game 2 against the Houston Rockets due to his right ankle injury, the team has announced. Shaun Livingston will start in his place.
Curry missed a Dec. 31 game against the Rockets and forward Draymond Green had 16 assists in a triple-double in his absence.
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The Golden State Warriors finished the season with a new NBA win-loss record of 73-9, surpassing the ’96 Michael Jordan led Chicago Bulls’ 72-10.
The reigning season MVP finished the game with 46 points including his 400th 3-point basket made in a single season.
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The chase to 73 is alive! The Golden State Warriors has kept their bid for their 73 win record run alive, as the NBA defending champs beat the San Antonio Spurs, 92-86, at their home turf for their 72nd win. The Warrios now have a 72-9 season standing, tied with the ’96 Chicago Bulls’ record finish of 72-10.
The Warriors have a chance to break the Bulls’ record if they beat the Memphis Grizzlies in their season finale.
San Antonio spurs suffered their first home-game loss this season. They now have a 65-15 season standing and fell 40-1 at home. The spurs have a chance to tie the ’86 Boston Celtics’ 40-1 home record, if they beat the OKC Thunders in their final game at home this season.
The Warriors will face the Grizzlies on April 13.
The Golden State Warriors defeated the Memphis Grizzlies to keep their record setting run alive.The Warriors now have a 71-9 season standing with two more games to go and a chance to break the Chicago Bulls ’96 record finish of 72-10.
The Warriors defeated the Grizzlies with a close 100-99 final score. Draymond Green’s last-minute tip-in helped lift Golden State past Memphis.
Draymond Green finished the game with 23 points and 11 rebounds. While Matt Barnes contributed 24 points and 15 boards for Memphis.
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The Warriors will go against the Spurs on April 10 at San Antonio and Grizzlies at home on April 13.
The Warriors 54-Game home winning streak ended as the Boston Celtics defeated the defending champion and currently number 1 NBA team with a close 109-106 final score.
Stephen Curry finished the game with 29 points and 5 rebounds but also with 9 turnovers, 5 of which he committed in the 1st half of the game. On the other hand, Isaiah Thomas finished the game with 22 points and 6 assists including a clutch lay-up which gave the Celtics a 3 point lead with just 8.3 seconds remaining in the game.
The warriors had a chance to tie the game, but Steph misses the 3 point shot and the Celtics get the victory ending the Warriors home streak.
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Manila, Philippines – Bobby Ray Parks continues to improve in the NBA D-League, scoring a new career high 16 points as the Texas Legends defeated the Oklahoma City Blue with a 139-109 outing.
The 23 year old Filipino-American finished the game with 16 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals in 24 quality minutes.
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