Golden State Warriors Held on for Their NBA Record 19th Consecutive Win

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Published on 1 Dec 2015, 16:12
The Golden State Warriors continued their NBA-record 19th consecutive win only this time it wasn’t so easy.

Stephen Curry had 16 points through three quarters as Draymond Green and other teammates did the heavy lifting.
Then came the fourth quarter.
Curry said, “We’ve had some battles and, obviously, we’ve had some lopsided victories. But what gets lost in the record is the tough games we’ve had to claw our way out of like tonight. Just because we are 19-0 doesn’t mean we can just show up and blow teams out and guarantee a win, we actually have to do something about it.”
With the game tied at 101 with 51 seconds left, Curry hit a three-pointer from the left wing to give the Warriors the lead. Rodney Hood scored 14 seconds later to bring the Jazz within one.
Curry hit two free throws to seal the victory as Gordon Hayward’s half-courter at the buzzer fell way short. Klay Thompson added 20, including four three-point baskets.
Hayward led the Jazz with 24 points.

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