Stephen Curry’s three to beat the halftime buzzer was nice. It came off of a perfect long outlet pass from Andrew Bogut, and he required zero dribbles before elevating to drain the shot.
But honestly, we could have run any number of highlights from Golden State’s 31-point win over the Knicks on Saturday, because the game was possibly the biggest mismatch of talent that we’ll see in a single game this season.
The Warriors actually trailed early in the second quarter, before things got ridiculous. Golden state scored 47 points in the second quarter alone, and scored 85 in the second and third quarters combined to outpace the Knicks during that stretch by 39 points.
Golden State’s biggest lead was 40 points, and the final margin of victory was 31 — even with the team sitting all five starters for the game’s final 12 minutes.