Golden State Warriors Beat Philadelphia 76ers with a 126 Points Win!


On Tuesday, the Golden State Warriors, one of the best NBA teams, gave the 76ers of Philadelphia a 126-86 defeat at the Oracle Arena. The Warriors led by 47 points, including the double figures that the team brought home during the final 39:20 of the game, and was leading by 20  during the last 27:15. Tuesday’s match was the team’s most unbalanced triumph of the basketball season. Philadelphia, on the other hand, is yet to win a home game and has started the basketball season with a 0-17 score.

Warriors show off their best play with record highs for this season

During the match, the team displayed stellar plays, steals and assists including scoring a season high of 43 points from one of their best forced turnovers for this season, which was twenty-eight. The Warriors also created a record for this season, with nineteen steals and thirty-eight assists in addition to securing eleven blocked shots. On the whole, the Warriors have about 17 steals in successive games, with the last such record made in 1975.

Warriors match and break every franchise record!

The Oracle Arena match on Tuesday was the team’s tenth successive victory at the venue. The current team even matched the campaign made by the 1994 team, and has moved within the top 5 game spots of the franchise’s best home stretch record. This is the first time that a team has won eleven matches in consecutive months. The last time a team earned this distinction was in 1992. Because of their stellar performance, the Warriors have maintained a ½ game lead over their rival Portland team with regards to the Western Conference. Additionally, they are also ahead of the Clippers by five games in the Pacific Division.