Warriors beat Clippers to extend streak
The Golden State Warriors are better this season than they were when they won the NBA championship in 2015. That statement is becoming more factual every night, and Wednesday they proved it again. A 115-98 beatdown of the rival Clippers improved Golden State’s record to 19-3. The next three opponents (away vs. Memphis, Minnesota, New Orleans) should get them to 22-3 with ease.
The Warriors then head home to play New York, Portland, and Utah. A couple close games, but still all W’s there. The will be 25-3 going to Brooklyn, and then Detroit. 27-3 overall on Christmas Day when they face LeBron and the Cavs.
Warriors beat Clippers – Highlights
Cleveland and LeBron want that regular season game more than any other they will play this season, but the Warriors right now are a better team, and will win. The last two games of the month are home against the Raptors and Mavs. The possibility of being 29-3 heading into January is very real.
The San Antonio Spurs are right on their heels at the moment (18-4), and Coach Pop and team will keep the pressure on Golden State to win. On any given night, one of a number of stars can go off for 30+, and the beauty of it all for Warriors fans is none of their stars are playing more than 35 minutes a game. Resting now will pay off in May and June.