Golden State Warriors Repeat Stunning 2019 Feat No Other Franchise In NBA History Has Done In Dominant Win Vs Milwaukee Bucks

The Golden State Warriors are back to their winning ways as they flattened the Milwaukee Bucks at home Wednesday night. With Stephen Curry leading the charge, the Warriors stopped the Bucks’ undefeated streak in a 125-90 victory. Before that, the Bucks were on a 6-0 streak coming out of the 2024 NBA All-Star break.

Warriors shake off blowout loss, swat aside Bucks

Such a dominant victory against legitimate NBA title contender the Bucks surely would have required a near-flawless performance from the Golden State Warriors. And that’s what Curry and company did, as the Dubs shot 56 percent from the field and drained 19 3-pointers. They also had 51 made field goals on 37 assists. They also did their work on the other side of the court, as they limited the Bucks to only 38.2 percent shooting from the field and forced Milwaukee to commit 15 turnovers.

The Warriors Had A Historic Throwback Performance Against The Bucks

The Warriors’ performance opposite the Bucks had Golden State repeating an incredible feat they last pulled off five years ago.

Via @automaticnba:

The Golden State Warriors are now the second team in NBA history with 35+ assists, 15+ threes, and 10+ blocks in a game while holding an opponent to 90 points or less. The first team ever to do that? The Warriors in March of 2019.

The Golden State Warriors Bounce Back Right Away After Debacle Vs. The  Boston Celtics

The Warriors came into the Milwaukee game still hurting following a brutal 140-88 loss to the Celtics on the road back on Sunday. But Golden State did not let that defeat affect them negatively against the Bucks. Curry dropped 29 points in the win while sinking six 3-pointers.

Rookie Trayce Jackson-Davis came off the bench and turned lots of heads by collecting 15 points and six rebounds to go with four blocks. Jackson Davis’s intensity and effectiveness on the court could lead to an expanded role down the road for the Golden State Warriors, who improved to 33-28 overall and 17-15 at home this season.

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