Golden State Warriors stay undefeated - two more wins from NBA history

Golden State Warriors v Los Angeles Clippers

You may as well end the season now, and hand over the MVP award to Stephen Curry because he played amazing once again.

The Golden State Warriors defeated the L.A. Clippers by a scoreline of 124-117 after redeeming themselves from a 23-point deficit, the largest comeback by any team in the NBA so far this season. They've become only the fifth team in NBA history to have a record of 13-0 at the start of the season.

Another comeback was needed in order to pick up the victory in this game, which is the only downside to how well the current NBA Champions have been playing this season. The Warriors dominated during the close of the fourth quarter, as they went on a 22-5 run to finish the game.


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Curry was outstanding once again, scoring 40 points, his fourth 40-point game of the season, and he also managed to have a season-high of 11 rebounds.

The task to keep this undefeated start to this season going will be tough for the Warriors as they will be playing once again tonight at home against the Chicago Bulls.

With the home crowd behind them, they should be able to keep the streak going and move to 14-0, tying them with the 2002-03 Dallas Mavericks, and be one more win away from tying the all-time undefeated start to a season of 15-0, held by the 1948-49 Washington Capitols and the 1993-94 Houston Rockets.

However, the last time the Bulls visited the Warriors, they came back in overtime for a victory. They overturned an 11-point lead held by the Warriors with nine minutes left in the quarter, so tonight's game isn't going to be a walk-over. Derrick Rose might not be available for this game for the Chicago-based team, so the task of staying undefeated could be a bit easier for the team from Oakland.

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