Golden State Warriors’ 2-Game Winning Streak Is for Real

December 24th, 2013 by Jasper Scherer Leave a reply »

The Golden State Warriors are on a two-game winning streak for the first time since the beginning of December, and this time, it's for real.

The Dubs pulled off an impressive victory on Monday, beating the Denver Nuggets 89-81 in a defensive battle. The Nuggets' 81 points were the fewest scored by a Warriors opponent this season since the San Antonio Spurs beat Golden State 76-74 on Nov. 8.

Monday's victory came after a 102-83 drubbing against the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday; the 19-point victory was the Warriors' second-largest margin of victory since Nov. 4.

This two-game winning streak marks only the fourth time Golden State has won two or more games in a row this season. Despite inconsistent play, a few qualities of the Dubs' victories during their winning streak indicate their recent winning ways are a sign of things to come.


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