Even though he hasn’t been in his usual spot on the bench, ailing coach Steve Kerr has contributed plenty to Golden State’s record start.
The Golden State Warriors defeated the Lakers 111-77 and broke the record for the best start to an N.B.A. season.
As the Golden State Warriors steamrolled Los Angeles Lakers to a historic start on Tuesday, aging star Kobe Bryant sank to a new low in a trying season expected to be his last.
The Golden State Warriors registered the best start in NBA history with their 16th straight victory in a blowout win over the visiting Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night at Oracle Arena.
Interim coach Luke Walton believes the time will come when the Golden State Warriors finally lose a game.
The defending champion Golden State Warriors set the record for best start in NBA history at 16-0, as Stephen Curry had 24 points and nine assists in a 111-77 rout of the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night.
Jimmy Butler scored 22 points, Derrick Rose added 17 in his return to the lineup and the Chicago Bulls held off the Portland Trail Blazers 93-88 on Tuesday night.
Golden State, the defending league champion, is the first team to open a season 16-0. Stephen Curry had 24 points and 9 assists.
Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan each scored 18 points and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Denver Nuggets 111-94 on Tuesday night to snap a three-game losing streak.
Indiana finished 73.1 percent (19 of 26) from 3-point range, crushing its previous season high of 44.4 percent (12 of 27).
Indiana forward Paul George thinks his team doesn’t get enough attention.
Mike Conley scored 21 points, Jeff Green added 19 and seven Memphis players reached double figures in a 110-96 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night.
Paul Millsap scored 25 points, Jeff Teague added 16 and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Boston Celtics 121-97 on Tuesday night.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis said Tuesday the kid shown on TV on draft night holding his head in his hands and appearing to cry after the 7-foot-3 Latvian was selected fourth in the draft now has his No. 6 jersey. Doing a drive-time radio tour while with the club in Orlando Tuesday,…
Not many NBA players had competed against Kristaps Porzingis before this season, but Orlando rookie Mario Hezonja has a history with him.
The blowout loss in Miami Monday demonstrated a fickle nature to New York’s construct.
If Phil Jackson wasn’t already making the maximum allowable he would certainly deserve a raise for drafting Kristaps Porzingis.