Golden State talisman Stephen Curry continues to steal the spotlight from Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul, consistently leaving his rival in his wake as he climbs toward the top rung of the NBA ladder.
With an NBA championship in their back pocket, the Golden State Warriors never feel as though they’re out of a game. Even when trailing by 23 in the first half.
Curry scored 40 points to lead Golden State, which outscored Los Angeles by 70-49 in the second half. The Warriors need two wins to match the best record to start an N.B.A. season.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are apparently good listeners.
Bosh had 23 points, and Miami beat visiting Sacramento 116-109.
Bosh had 23 points and 11 rebounds and Miami beat Sacramento 116-109 on Thursday night, taking advantage of DeMarcus Cousins’s one-game suspension.
The Knicks arrived in Oklahoma City on Thursday around the same time Kevin Durant was being inducted into the state’s Hall of Fame.
Don’t call him Zinger. He prefers “K.P.” but seems open to suggestions.