Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors matched one record set by Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls as they close in on the bigger mark.
Stephen Curry turned an offensive rebound into a three-point play to highlight a 10-point, fourth-quarter spurt as the Golden State Warriors outlasted the Oklahoma City Thunder 121-106 to tie the all-time NBA record for consecutive home wins Thursday night.
Curry returned from an ankle injury to lead his team, which tied an N.B.A. record by winning its 44th straight regular-season home game.
Wade scored 27 points, Goran Dragic added 25 against his former club and the Heat defeated the Phoenix Suns, 108-92, in Miami to extend their winning streak to three games.
After establishing an early double-digit lead Thursday, the Miami Heat never relinquished the advantage.
Kawhi Leonard capped a 30-point, 11-rebound performance with a huge 3-pointer in the final minute, and the San Antonio Spurs extended their winning streak to seven games with a 94-86 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Thursday night.
Rajon Rondo had 18 points and 12 assists in his first game at Dallas since an ugly split with the Mavericks last season, and the Sacramento Kings ended a 22-game regular-season losing streak on his old home floor with a 104-101 victory Thursday night.
Cleveland’s LeBron James felt no need to justify his trip to Miami to work out with former team mate Dwyane Wade this week, telling reporters on Thursday he went “because I want to”.
Dwyane Wade never has an off night against the Phoenix Suns.
Stephen Curry is set to return to the starting lineup for the Golden State Warriors after missing a game with a sprained left ankle.
For the sin of pointing a heckler in the direction of James Dolan’s baseline seat, Carmelo Anthony was granted Public Enemy No. 1.
The Knicks star confirmed Thursday what everyone suspected — that his apology for arguing with a fan wasn’t his idea.
Carmelo Anthony has every right to march into James Dolan’s office with the following demand: it’s either me or Phil Jackson.
As far as interim coach Kurt Rambis can tell, Knicks president Phil Jackson is still in it for the long haul. Rambis said this week his communication with the quirky Zen Master is terrific as they speak every day — and did so even when he was the associate head coach. Rambis, who has proven…