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OAKLAND---The defending champion
Golden State Warriors set the record for
best start in NBA history at 16-0, as
Stephen Curry had 24 points and nine
assists in a 111-77 rout of the Los Angeles
Lakers on Tuesday night.
With their coach sidelined, the Warriors
surpassed the 15-0 starts by the Washington
Capitols of 1948-49 and 1993-94 Houston
Rockets. Confetti streamed down when the
final buzzer sounded, but Golden State s
players barely celebrated.
Kobe Bryant shot 1 of 14 for just four
points, matching the worst-shooting per-
formance of his career in a game where he
had at least one basket. The Lakers dropped
to 2-12 with the second-worst record in the
PACERS 123, WIZARDS 106
WASHINGTON---Paul George scored a sea-
son-high 40 points and made seven 3-point-
ers, part of a franchise-record 19 by Indiana
in a victory over Washington.
CJ Miles added 32 points, his most since
joining the Pacers before the start of last
season, as Indiana won for the ninth time
in 11 games.
Miles was 8 of 9 from beyond the arc, and
George also missed only once from deep.
The Pacers finished 73.1 per cent (19 of 26)
from 3-point range, crushing their previous
season high of 44.4 per cent (12 of 27).
Gary Neal scored 23 points off the bench
for the Wizards, whose three-game winning
streak was broken.
GRIZZLIES 110, MAVERICKS 96
MEMPHIS---Mike Conley scored 21 points,
Jeff Green added 19 and seven Memphis
players reached double figures in a victory
over Dallas in Tennessee.
Marc Gasol had 15 points and ten
rebounds for Memphis, which won its fifth
in the last six games. Matt Barnes and Mario
Chalmers added 14 points apiece, and JaMychal Green
Raymond Felton and JJ Barea each scored 16 points
and tried to pull the Mavericks back into the game
in the fourth quarter. Dirk Nowitzki finished with 14
points and Zaza Pachulia had 13, both also grabbing
Wesley Matthews had 11 points and Deron Williams
finished with 10 as Dallas lost its second straight.
HAWKS 121, CELTICS 97
ATLANTA---Paul Millsap scored 25 points, Jeff Teague
added 16 and Atlanta beat Boston.
Atlanta had dropped four of five and was coming
off a loss Saturday at Cleveland in which coach Mike
Budenholzer was ejected and subsequently fined
$25,000 for bumping into referee Ben Taylor.
The Hawks essentially put the game out of reach
with an 18-3 run that made it 100-80 with 6:20
remaining on Teague s three-point play.
Avery Bradley had 15 of his 25 points in the first
half for Boston, which has dropped three of four.
Isaiah Thomas scored 14 points as the Celtics, who
began the game ranked ninth in opponent scoring,
allowed a season high in points.
BULLS 93, TRAIL BLAZERS 88
PORTLAND---Jimmy Butler scored 22 points, Derrick
Rose added 17 in his return to the lineup and Chicago
held off Portland in Oregon.
Rose had missed two games with a left ankle injury.
His floating jumper stretched Chicago s lead to 78-
65 early in the fourth quarter, but Portland rallied
within 78-76 on Ed Davis tip shot.
Damian Lillard missed a 3-pointer to tie it for
Portland with 2:25 left, then missed the second of
a pair of free throws with 20.7 seconds left that would
have also pulled the Blazers into a tie.
Lillard finished with 19 points, 10 rebounds and
eight assists, but shot 4 of 22 from the field. CJ
McCollum added 18 points.
CLIPPERS 111, NUGGETS 94
DENVER---Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan each
scored 18 points as Los Angeles beat Denver to end
a three-game losing streak. Jordan finished with 11
rebounds and four blocks, while Griffin had 10
rebounds. Chris Paul had 15 points and ten assists to
give the Clippers (7-7) three players with double-dou-
The Clippers, who hadn t been under .500 this far
into a season under coach Doc Rivers, made eight 3-
pointers after coming into the game at 31.3 percent.
Danilo Gallinari led Denver with 20 points and had
a career-high 18 rebounds. (AP)
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30)
drives past Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant
during the second half of an NBA basketball game in
Oakland, California, Tuesday night. The Warriors won
111-77. AP PHOTO
Warriors become 1st in NBA to begin season 16-0
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