We've run out of adjectives to describe the Golden State Warriors.
They continue to set and break records and Tuesday night wasn't any different.
Stephen Curry had the arena focused on his as did the warm-up he's been doing for the past five years and the Warriors remain undefeated at home.
"It's not a treat for people. It's just a way for me to get ready for the same with shots I need to take to get a rhythm to build my confidence. That kind of support is definitely appreciated," said Curry after the game.
The Warriors are also 60 games over 500.
"Mindboggling. I could never have imagined anything like this," said head coach Steve Kerr of his teams record.
"A lot of things have gone our way this year and the guys have done an amazing job coming off last year and focusing in on getting better and try to continue the rise."
Coming into the game Klay Thompson broke the record for three's set by teammate Stephen Curry (3/2015) for the month of March with 76 three pointers.
Klay Thompson - Photo by fdp
Stephen Curry scored a game high 26 points and went 6 of 8 (.750) from three-point range. He finished the game with 1,547 career three's passing Tim Hardaway (1,542) and Eddie Jones (1,546) for 21st on the NBA's all-time three-pointers made list.
The Warriors travel to Utah to face the Jazz tomorrow at 6:00 pm and will return to ORACLE Friday to host the Celtics.
Tip-off is 7:30 pm.
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