The Golden State Warriors remain unbeaten in this year’s postseason, extending their winning streak to 14, which is the longest in NBA history.
Their dominance has been very evident with their margins of victory, and on Sunday night’s Game 2 of the NBA finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers, they once again won by double-digits, 132-113. That was their 12th victory with at least 10 points, and have now matched the record in a single postseason, tying the championship-winning Cavs of 2016, 2014 San Antonio Spurs, and 2013 Miami Heat squads.
This was the Warriors' 12th double-digit win this postseason, matching the record in a single postseason ('16 CLE, '14 SAS, '13 MIA)
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) June 5, 2017
With their high-octane offense led by Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green, the Warriors have more than enough weapons to easily eclipse the century mark every game. Their four All-Stars have been taking most of the scoring load and are doing a great job at it.
Should they continue winning with their high-scoring ways, they could finish the season on top of the list. However, it’s safe to say that they would rather win the championship this year than eclipsing more records as it will ultimately prove how great they are as a team.