Klay Thompson’s 39 Points, 10 3s, Lead Warriors To 23-0 At Indiana
How do you know that you're shooting well? When your teammates celebrate when the ball is only halfway to the basket. Warriors' center Andre Iguodala knows that Klay Thompson is on fire, and acts accordingly:
Thompson had 39 points, including 10x14 from the 3-point line (the NBA record for made 3s in a game is 12), as Golden State went to 23-0, 131-123, over the Pacers in Indiana.
-- The Warriors are 13-0 on the road: the best road start in NBA history.
-- It was the Warriors' 27th straight win going back to last season. That ties Miami (2012-13) for second best win streak overall in NBA history. The Lakers won 33 straight in 1971-72.
-- The Pacers, down 30 in the third quarter, came to within six late in the fourth quarter.
-- Steph Curry had 29 points.
-- Thompson hurt his ankle in the fourth quarter -- severity unknown. UPDATE: Thompson says it's sore, but no big deal.
-- Post-game interview: Andrew Bogut coined the term Kleph, referring to Klay Thompson and Steph Curry.
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