Golden State Warriors

Big nights from Stephen Curry and DeMarcus Cousins lead Warriors to 11th straight win

Stephen Curry has now made at least 200 3-pointers for seven straight season (NBA Getty Images)

The defending champs just keep on rolling.

With a 132-100 win in Indiana, Golden State (36-15) has now won 11 straight games - its last loss came in overtime to Houston on Jan. 3. The streak becomes even more impressive when taking into account the fact that the Warriors have won eight of these games on the road.

All-Star Stephen Curry continued his stellar play Monday night as he led the way for the Warriors with 26 points in just over 26 minutes of action. Curry shot 10-for-13 from the field and connected on five of his eight 3-point attempts. The Warriors guard has eclipsed the mark of 200 total 3-pointers in a season for the seventh consecutive year, and he's done so in just 39 games.

During the win streak, the two-time MVP is averaging 30.1 points, 5.5 assists and 5.2 rebounds per game while shooting 51.4 percent from the field and connecting on 46.1 percent of his 12.8 3-point attempts per game.

In just his fifth game of the season, four-time All-Star DeMarcus Cousins scored a season-high 22 points (on 7-for-12 shooting) in exactly 25 minutes of action. Cousins added six rebounds and four assists, which is scary considering he is still getting his legs under him.

The Warriors other All-Stars Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson added 16 points apiece while Draymond Green rested. Jordan Bell, who started in Green's place added eight points while Kevon Looney scored 15 points in 17 minutes of action off the bench.

For the night, the Warriors shot 54.1 percent from the field and 41.9 percent from deep - it is the fifth time over the course of the 11-game streak that they have scored over 130 points. and they're averaging 128.9 points in this span.

Golden State returns home for another tough test Thursday as it hosts Philadelphia, who are currently fourth in the Eastern Conference.

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