Golden State Warriors Breaking Records

Dasey Berrueta

The Golden State Warriors look to be undefeated for a bit longer.

Tuesday, Nov. 24th, the Warriors beat the Los Angeles Lakers, making Golden State 16-0 and the first team to have the best start in NBA history.

Before the season began, the Warriors were not favored to win another title or even to win the Western Conference. They are now 23-0 as of Tuesday night, beating the Indiana Pacers 131 to 123. Including last season, they have won 27 consecutive games excluding playoffs.

Warriors are hungry to break more records in history and are striving to reach the best winning streak by the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers of 33 wins.

“Thirty-three is a special number, so there’s obviously still milestones that we can continue to go after, but you go after them by how you approach each day,” said Stephen Curry, the 2014-15 MVP player.

Golden State Warriors have done extremely well in staying in the moment and the great teams are those who can focus on each and any individual game. Even though basketball is a team game, individual players are standing out.

Stephen Curry already is 116 for 246, 47.2 from three. That is 5.3 made threes per game. He is defying the history of the game.

It is still a question to most on what NBA team will beat the Golden State Warriors first and when. Of course, that is if they ever do lose.

The Warriors might be the best team in history to have ever played the game of basketball if they continue to play the way they have been this 2015-16 season.

By the looks of it, the Warriors are on the road to winning another championship, back to back.