With another win on Wednesday, 10, the Golden State Warriors improve their record on the league and stay the only undefeated playing away, with 3 – 0. On the last one, against Minnesota Timberwolves, in San Francisco, the franchise had a good victory, by 123 – 110.
Andrew Wiggins, with 35 points, Stephen Curry, with points, five rebounds, and six assists, and Jordan Poole, adding 11 points and 17 boards, stood out. On the other side, Anthony Edwards had an excellent performance, with 48 points, six rebounds, and five passes, Karl-Anthony Towns, with 17 points and 11 assists, and D’Angelo Russell, with 18 and seven assists, was enough to stop the rival.
The performance in the previous game put Edwards on a restricted list, and he is the 5th youngest player in NBA history to score 45+ in a game. But even so, the Timberwolves has now six streak losses, in the 13th place from the Western Conference, with three victories and seven defeats.
As a result, Golden State completed six streak wins. Curiously, all of them were at home. In this sequence, the franchise scored more than 100 points in all games and more than 110 in the past five.
Considering all the teams, the Warriors have the 4th best defense, allowing 102.3 points per match, the best offense, with 115.9 PPG, first in assists, 29.6, and second in rebounds, with 48.3.
In all the 11 challenges, the only loss was at home on October 28, against Memphis Grizzlies, by 104 – 101. Even in the loss, Golden Stated scored more than 100 points.
Take a look at the streak wins below:
- Tunder 82 @ Warriors 103
- Hornets 92 @ Warriors 114
- Pelicans 85 @ Warriors 126
- Rockets 107 @ Warriors 120
- Hawks 113 @ Warriors 127
- Timberwolves 110 @ Warriors 123
The star Curry started the season looking for the MVP, averaging 27.4 PPG, 6.5 assists, 6.5 rebounds, and 5.0 3 PM. Green, with 7.8 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 7,2 assists, and Poole and Wiggins, are also helping, with 17.8 and 17.4 PPG, respectively. The team still waits for Klay Thompson and James Wiseman’s returns.