Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors made a late push in the fourth quarter to overcome the Phoenix Suns, 123-116. This puts the Warriors at 59-6; still undefeated at home and a game closer to the 72-game record.
Steph Curry had to sit late in the game due to foul trouble and that’s when Phoenix went on their run. Brandon Knight got hot and ended up with 30 points, 7 assists, and 6 rebounds. It was a great showing for Knight after missing 21 games with a groin injury but once Curry got back into the game, the Suns couldn’t handle the rush. Steph Curry ended the game with 7 threes, one of which he didnt even watch go in, and he had a total of 35 points and 6 assists.
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The Warriors also got a big game out of Marreese Speights, who had 25 points and 9 rebounds and Klay Thompson also added another 20 points.