A gutsy comeback was once again not enough for the scrappy Warriors as they fell, 123-119, to the lowly Knicks in overtime at the Chase Center Wednesday.
The Warriors were due for a vintage blowout win given the troubles they’ve experienced recently, including losing three straight on their home court.
The Warriors handed the unrelenting Nets a 120-114 defeat at Barclays Center Sunday as Stephen Curry set a new NBA record
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr noted a concern pregame Friday night — his team’s poor starts at Madison Square Garden in recent years.
The Warriors, particularly against bad teams, can slog through first halves and then turn on the jets.
Everything came to life in the third quarter at Oracle Arena on Tuesday.
The Knicks tested an old-school concept in the first half of Sunday afternoon’s game against the Warriors.
Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson combined for 60 points, leading the Golden State Warriors to a 112-105 win over the New York Knicks.
The Warriors first 36 buckets came off assists, while Draymond Green shut down the Knicks’ offense.
The team with the best record in the league took on the team with the worst record in the league, and the result was as expected.
ORACLE ARENA — With a chance to force overtime, the Warriors dropped the ball. Literally.
The Warriors got a much needed win against the New York Knicks 92-63 in their best defensive effort since moving West in 1962.
In front of New York fans used to seeing great shows at the Garden, Stephen Curry dropped a career-high 54 points on the Knicks.