It was just another day at the office for what may be the best team in NBA history. The Knicks offered no resistance.
Stephen Curry was being pulled in different directions as he tried to navigate his way to the media scrum that awaited him.
The Clippers’ Jamal Crawford led the way with 26 points in a 120-93 victory over the Chicago Bulls in Los Angeles on Sunday.
CJ McCollum and Damian Lillard scored 21 points apiece, and the Portland Trail Blazers handed the Minnesota Timberwolves their 11th straight road loss with a 96-93 victory Sunday night.
Marvin Williams and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist had 19 points and 12 rebounds apiece, and the Charlotte Hornets sent the Los Angeles Lakers to their franchise record-tying 10th consecutive defeat, 101-82 Sunday night.
The shooting and passing weren’t good, though apparently coach Steve Kerr’s clipboard toss was impressive.
Curry, the N.B.A.’s reigning most valuable player, scored only 13 points, but Golden State had more than enough to rout the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
Deron Williams scored 27 points and the Dallas Mavericks won without Dirk Nowitzki, surging past the lowly Phoenix Suns 91-78 Sunday night.
Evan Fournier scored 24 points and Aaron Gordon had 19 points and 14 rebounds as the Orlando Magic snapped an eight-game losing streak with a 119-114 win over the Boston Celtics.
The Atlanta Hawks and the Indiana Pacers, two elite teams that, so far, seem doomed to remain in LeBron James’s shadow, will go against each other on Friday.
For a franchise with three NBA championships in the past decade and a 27-game winning streak along the way, putting together four consecutive victories might seem insignificant.
After nearly falling to the woeful 76ers on Saturday night, Golden State appeared to be mortal, until a buzzer-beating 3-pointer flew in the face of the basketball gods.
Another productive outing by their bench allowed the Los Angeles Clippers to bolt past Chicago on Sunday, with reserve guard Jamal Crawford scoring 26 points in a 120-93 blowout of the Bulls at Staples Center.
A number of players can claim to be the one who created the shot that revolutionized basketball, but many students of the game give the distinction to Sailors.
Don’t mess with the Clippers’ bench.
Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis was 90 seconds into the game. And he had two fouls. "That's going to be a learning experience for me,” Porzingis said. "To make those two quick fouls and then sit out, then later on try and not foul again and not being able to really play hard defensively because you…