"We've got to keep moving the ball, we've got to stay consistent moving the ball well and get defensive stops", said guard Tony Snell (11 points). "I shot on these hoops growing up when my pops played here, so I should know [the rims] very well". They've now won four consecutive games after coming back from a double-digit deficit in the fourth quarter to beat the Mavericks 107-101 in overtime on Saturday afternoon.
Curry finished with 24 points, but he's not yet 100 percent.
"It's just what it feels like, period".
Draymond Green added 14 points and eight assists for the Warriors, who swept their fourth straight season series from the Raptors. That has helped make them the third-best offense in the National Basketball Association according to offensive rating.
"Instant replay review was used because the officials were unsure who should be awarded possession after the ball went out of bounds", Borgia said. "A win is a win, especially on a back-to-back". "In the second half we just buckled down and stayed silent".
Who We Like: With Lowry out the last two games, DeMar DeRozan hasn't quite had the scoring explosion a lot of people predicted he would have.
While temperatures were frigid outside, the NBA-best Warriors started off white-hot.
In the first quarter, there wasn't much defence being played, the pace high, the fans inside the ACC enjoying every shot that was heaved, every jumper that found net.
Golden State took control of the second early, going on a 10-2 run to take a 53-37 lead 2:37 into the quarter.
The Golden State Warriors are simply on a different level compared to the rest of the league.
As things stand, Curry and Durant look like All-Star locks.
"They played great. I give them credit", Kerr said. "You don't win the championship in June, you win the championship from September to May, June, and then you've got to enjoy the process, embrace it and try to get better every time we step on the floor".
The Air Canada Centre gathering got to cheer when Durant missed a dunk with 2:53 left to play but the Warriors' star came right back with a jam to put Golden State ahead 73-52.
All game long, hip-hop recording artist and Toronto native Drake was talking trash to Warriors players from his courtside seat.