The Golden State Warriors improved their perfect record to 4-0 when they beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 106-98 on Tuesday evening in Oklahoma.
They've now beaten the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Sacramento Kings and the Thunder.
The Thunder did have a lead at halftime as did all three of the other teams they have faced and beaten this season.
Steph Curry had 23 points, six rebounds and four assists on the evening, and after the game the two-time MVP spoke to reporters.
"They had a lot of energy coming out in the first half," Curry said.
After being down by double-digits at halftime, the Warriors came out in the third quarter and won the quarter 33-17 and finished the second half with an 19-point advantage over the Thunder.
"Once we just made them work on offense, we got some stops, turned that into transition, the ball started moving a little bit more, guys knocked down some shots and we kinda settled in and carried that momentum into the fourth," Curry said.
The Thunder have fallen to 0-4 on the new season, and the Warriors will now take their perfect record into a matchup at home with Ja Morant and the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday night.
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