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Warriors end road slump

The team had 11 games that they did not win as a visitor, their last win being on January 30.

The Warriors of Golden State They are finally getting their good game back after posting an impressive 121-108 win over the Houston Rockets. 

With this result, those led by Steve Kerr put an end to a negative streak of 11 consecutive games without being able to win as visitors, a fact that seriously affected their performance in the standings. 

Said record of losses on the road began on January 30 and became the worst record since Kerr has been in charge of the bench; In addition, it is the second worst for a team that defends the title after the 12 games of the Bulls in 1998-1999. 

As usual, Stephen Curry served as one of the key figures of the game by scoring 30 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists. He was followed by Klay Thompson, who had 29 points, 7 rebounds and 1 assist. 

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“It's one of those feelings they get when you do what you're supposed to do. It just gives us to leave the field with a couple more smiles on our faces. We know we have to play better," Curry said. 

The Warriors are currently in sixth place in the Western Conference with a 37-36 mark and 11.5 games behind the Nuggets. 

For the rest of the day: 

  • Hornets vs. Pacers (115-109)
  • 76ers vs. Bulls (105-109)
  • Grizzlies vs. Mavericks (112-108)
  • Jazz vs. Kings (128-120)

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