Friday night in the NBA was full of entertaining games. Here's what you missed from the best action from the early part of the weekend slate.
- 10/12W 111-99
- 10/15W 119-97
- 10/19W 121-114
- 10/21W 115-113
- 10/24W 119-107
- 10/26W 106-98
- 10/28L 104-101
- 10/30W 103-82
- 11/3W 114-92
- 11/5W 126-85
- 11/7W 120-107
- 11/8W 127-113
- 11/10W 123-110
- 11/12W 119-93
- 11/14L 106-102
- 11/16W 117-99
- 11/18W 104-89
- 11/19W 105-102
- 11/21W 119-104
- 11/24W 116-96
- 11/26W 118-103
- 11/28W 105-90
- 11/30L 104-96
- 12/3W 118-96
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The Phoenix Suns' franchise record 18-game winning streak is over.
— Warriors coach Steve Kerr spent a good chunk of his postgame press conference reiterating his belief that the Suns are the best team in the West.
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry and Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant were named the first NBA Western Conference and Eastern Conference players of the month of the season on Thursday.
Here's what the first quarter of the NBA season can tell us, including what to make of the up-and-down Lakers.
Stephen Curry is bringing Azzi Fudd into his SC30 Inc. brand in a wide-ranging partnership that includes a name, image and likeness contract as well as personal mentoring by the two-time NBA MVP.
The Suns contained Stephen Curry and beat the Warriors on Tuesday night to extend their win streak to 17 games and match Golden State for the best record in the league, with a rematch looming Friday.
— Mikal Bridges and Deandre Ayton were all smiles at the postgame podium, reminiscing about a four-year turnaround for the Phoenix Suns that's in some ways still hard to believe.
After two straight down years by the standards of their previous dynasty, the Golden State Warriors are making up for lost time early this season.
The Suns are riding a 16-game winning streak into back-to-back matchups against the league-best Warriors. Who takes the top spot?
After enthusiastically offering his opinion to the officials after a non-call Sunday vs. the Clippers, Stephen Curry clearly "fired our team up," as the Warriors cruised to their eighth straight victory.
— Stephen Curry is among the most dangerous players in the NBA. But an angry Curry proved to be more lethal.
Optimistically looking ahead to a more complete roster, the Golden State Warriors assigned James Wiseman, along with Klay Thompson, to their G League affiliate on Sunday to get additional practice time within their respective rehabilitation programs.
— Stephen Curry took a few minutes after another spectacular performance to return to the court and cheer up emotional teammate Klay Thompson when his Splash Brother needed some moral support.
— Stephen Curry and his entire supporting cast had to bring some smothering second-half defense to shut down younger brother Seth and the undermanned 76ers.