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The Warriors, who haven't lost at Oracle since a 113-111 overtime defeat to Chicago last Jan.
27, matched the 1985-86 Celtics for third in Friday's win against Indiana in Kerr's long-awaited return to the bench and behind Curry's triple-double.
First, the Warriors are pursuing the Chicago Bulls' NBA record of 44 straight regular-season home wins from March 30, 1995 to April 4, 1996.
That's the most impressive thing."Golden State returned from the All-Star break last season to beat the Spurs 110-99 at home, but San Antonio also handed the Warriors one of their two losses at Oracle Arena in a 113-100 win on Nov. I don't believe in barometer games at all," Warriors forward Draymond Green said Sunday.
All-Star forward Kawhi Leonard scored 16 points for the sloppy Spurs, with Harrison Barnes and Andre Iguodala guarding him early.
The Spurs lacked the presence of Duncan, out because of soreness in his right knee."They outplayed us in every single aspect of the game," Spurs guard Manu Ginobili said.
Yes, he will be fired up for this one, too - especially given his respect for what the organization has done in almost two decades of dominance."It's remarkable to me, I'm 50 years old, I've been retired for 13 years and there's still three guys and the same coach who are all on that team. The continuity and just the program they've built, it's amazing," Kerr said. It's unprecedented."He is referring to longtime Spurs stalwarts Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili.
Shortly after the Spurs announced Sunday that Duncan wouldn't play against Golden State because of right knee soreness, Kerr cracked, "Tim is 57 years old, so he deserves a night off every once in a while."Two games separate these teams. It's just another regular-season game against a great team that we have to protect home court.