Warriors escape with a win in Brooklyn, beat Nets 120-114

Curry leads Dubs to win over Nets, breaks another NBA record

Whitley Sandretto
October 28, 2018 - 4:33 pm

Another day, another record broken by Stephen Curry. 

Curry lead the Warriors to a 120-114 win over the Brooklyn Nets today at Barclays Center. Curry dropped 35 points and set another NBA record. Curry set the NBA record for most games in a row with at least five three-pointers. Today's game against the Nets was his 7th game in a row with five or more threes. At this point, it feels like Curry may break every three-point record in the NBA. 

Kevin Durant was right behind Curry and put up 34 points following his big night against the Knicks on Friday evening.  

Alfonzo McKinnie had himself a nice little game off the bench with 9 points. 

McKinnie is filling the void left by Patrick McCaw's absence and he's doing it well. McKinnie isn't afraid to take the open shot which is something McCaw struggled with. 

The Warriors finish up their three game roadtrip tomorrow in Chicago where they'll take on the Bulls at the United Center. Tip-off is at 5 PM. Catch all the action on 95.7 The Game. 


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