National Basketball Association
Golden State at Phoenix
When: 9:00 PM ET, Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Where: Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, Arizona

The Golden State Warriors have dominated the NBA and look to enter the All-Star break with their 11th straight victory when they visit the struggling Phoenix Suns on Wednesday. Golden State sits with a stellar 47-4 record after beating the Houston Rockets 123-110 on Tuesday and arrives in Phoenix with a 23-4 road mark.

The Warriors have the best record through 51 games in NBA history as the 1966-67 Philadelphia 76ers dropped their 51st game to fall to 46-5. Golden State won this season's first two meetings with the Suns by an average of 22 points with point guard Stephen Curry scoring 41 points in the first contest and shooting guard Klay Thompson pouring in 43 in the second. Curry had 35 points and nine assists Tuesday and is averaging 37.3 points over the last three games. Phoenix is experiencing a dreadful season and has lost eight straight games and 25 of its last 28.

TV: 9 p.m. ET, CSN Bay Area (Golden State), FSN Arizona (Phoenix)

ABOUT THE WARRIORS (47-4): Curry was the only one of the three Golden State All-Stars to have a big contest against the Rockets as Thompson (13 points on 5-of-19 shooting) and power forward Draymond Green (eight points) had low-scoring outings. Center Andrew Bogut was one of the players to step up as he had 13 points, 11 rebounds and a season-best six blocked shots for his first double-double since Dec. 23. The Warriors are averaging 122.3 points during their winning streak and have scored 120 or more on seven occasions during the stretch.

Phoenix dropped to 0-4 under interim coach Earl Watson when it suffered a 122-106 loss to Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday and Watson wasn't the least dismayed over the latest defeat. "I think you see our team - we're growing, we're getting better," Watson told reporters. "We're not discouraged. We won't be discouraged." Power forward Markieff Morris is producing encouraging results as the firing of Jeff Hornacek sent him from the doghouse to the starting lineup and Morris is averaging 21 points, 7.5 rebounds and 4.8 assists since Watson took over.


1. The Warriors have won five straight meetings and 13 of the past 16.

2. Curry made seven 3-pointers against the Rockets and has 19 over the last three games.

3. Phoenix third-year G Archie Goodwin is taking advantage of the club's plethora of backcourt injuries to average 18.5 points and 7.3 assists over the past four games.

PREDICTION: Warriors 118, Suns 92
Stats and Records
Team Comparison
  W/L Strk Home Away Day Night Div Conf
Golden State 47-4 W10 24-0 23-4 3-0 44-4 11-0 28-2
Phoenix 14-39 L8 10-17 4-22 1-5 13-34 3-5 9-23
Last Meeting
Golden State Phoenix
Date Away Home Pts Reb FG% Pts Reb FG%
12/16/15 PHO 103 GS 128 128 49 52.3 103 41 45.1
Player Stats
Previous Matchup
Points Player Total FG% FTM
Golden State K. Thompson 43 68.2 5
Phoenix M. Teletovic 24 69.2 3
Rebounds Player Total Off Def
Golden State A. Bogut 12 1 11
Phoenix T. Warren 8 2 6
Assists Player  
Golden State D. Green 10
Phoenix E. Bledsoe 8
Points Player Total FG% FTM
Golden State S. Curry 1583 51.1 269
Phoenix B. Knight 890 42.2 125
Rebounds Player Total Off Def
Golden State D. Green 524 93 431
Phoenix T. Chandler 389 122 267
Assists Player  
Golden State D. Green 384
Phoenix B. Knight 238
Quickchart Matchup
Golden State Off vs  Phoenix Defense
115.5 Points For
106.7 Points Against
49.1 FG%
47.2 FG%
46.8 Reb
43.5 Reb
Phoenix Off vs  Golden State Defense
100.5 Points For
102.9 Points Against
44.0 FG%
43.0 FG%
43.5 Reb
43.4 Reb