The Golden State Warriors (27-14) cruised past the New York Knicks (10-31) at home 122:95 (31:25, 30:24, 33:19, 28:27) and put an end to a three-game home losing streak.
Klay Thompson led the Warriors with a game-high 43 points (on 18/29 shooting, including 7/16 from three), Kevin Durant added 24 points (on 7/14 shooting), six rebounds and six assists, Stephen Curry made his first double-double of the season by scoring 14 points (on 5/19 shooting), seven rebounds and 14 assists.
Golden State made 14 on 45 three-point attempts. The Warriors beat the Knicks for the tenth time in a row.
On the other hand, Mario Hezonja (six boards) coming off the bench to score a team-high 19 points for the Knicks, Tim Hardaway Jr. poured in 13 points, Kevin Knox and Enes Kanter (16 rebounds) added 12 points apiece. Six Knicks finished in double digits.
New York made 6 on 24 three-point attempts.