Stephen Curry added 29 points and sank six 3-pointers, giving him at least five from beyond the arc in every game this season. Also, the Golden State center rotation is always worth watching...
The late mistakes wasted a fifth straight game with at least 20 assists and made 47.5 percent from 3-point range (19-of-40). It was the second most points ever scored in the first half of an National Basketball Association game. "Shootings at schools and churches, synagogues, malls, movie theaters, and we need our leaders to step up and unite the country with the appropriate words and the appropriate actions and we're not getting that right now".
The Knicks have lost five straight since a season-opening win, though they have fallen to contenders such as Golden State, the Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks.
"Inevitably, the dam will break, and he'll start going nuts again". It does represent just how good the Warriors are that they've started off hot without one of their three biggest weapons playing well.
The Knicks enter this game with a 1-4 record.
"Just coming in everyday and being myself", McKinnie said.
Burke followed up later in the game with Steve Kerr to ask him about McKinnie. "We look forward to free agency as fans, and your guys' job is to kind of look towards the future a little bit".
D'Angelo Russell hit six three-pointers on his way to a 24-point performance for Brooklyn, but he committed a pivotal turnover with seven seconds left when his pass intended for Caris LeVert sailed out of bounds. Then, he came back down and missed another three, but flew in after a missed three by Jonas Jerebko, catching the offensive rebound midair to put it in for a layup.
"We've seen this before", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said in NY, ahead of Sunday's game against the Nets.
So far, Brooklyn has alternated wins and losses. Despite the lopsided records, they're always worth watching.