NBA 2015: Warriors 20-0! Best Dunks, 3-Pointers, Blocks of the Streak

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The Golden State Warriors are going through a dream run. They are off to a best possible start and with their 116-99 win over Charlotte Hornets they have extended their record NBA start to 20-0. This is something incredible.

Stephen Curry is everywhere. According to Yahoo Sports, the reigning MVP scored 40 points in three quarters in their win against the Hornets. To him, Warriors 20-0 start to the season seems surreal.

“It doesn’t even sound right,” he said. ‘”In the NBA, with so many good players and good teams, to be able to put on a run like this is special. We don’t always play our best but we find ways to win. That’s the strength of our team. Every night a different guy might step up and have a huge game and do the little things that don’t show up in the stat sheet.”

Everything seems to be right in place for the Warriors. The shooting as well as their defense looks remarkable and they have won some hard fought games as well. Nothing seems to stop them. The USA Today sports quotes, “This team could go 73-9. They could break the ’96 Bulls team’s record of 72 wins in a season. They’re that good.”

With a winning percentage of .817, the Warriors finished the season at 67-15 last year. If they are to beat the Bulls’ record of 72-10, the winning percentage will jump to .866.  Fans remain optimistic about the dream record and feel that the Golden State Warriors will make history at the end of the season.

We bring you some of the best highlights from Golden State Warriors’ season campaign, the best dunks, 3-pointers and excellent skill set.

Win against Charlotte Hornets extended their NBA record start to 20-0

Warriors win crucial encounter against Utah Jazz 106-103

Stephen Curry’s Best 3-pointer against Jazz

Warriors Erase 23 point deficit in Los Angeles

Warriors make NBA history with 16-consecutive wins

Best of Brandon Rush

NBA: 1957-58 Boston Celtics vs 2015-16 Golden State Warriors

Best Throwback Highlights

Steph Gonna Steph

Super-stellar Plays 

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