The Warriors say they’re looking for a championship, not records.
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Stephen Curry scored 31 points, including six straight in overtime as Golden State continued its historic run for the NBA record for most wins in a regular season with a 103-96 overtime victory over the Utah Jazz Wednesday night.The San Antonio Spurs, the Warriors' closest rival in the Western Conference, beat the injury-depleted Pelicans 100-92 for their NBA record 38th straight home victory to open a season, topping the 37-0 start by the Bulls during their record season two decade go.DeMar DeRozan scored 26 points as Toronto earned its franchise-record 50th victory of the season with a 105-97 win over the Atlanta Hawks while Julius Randle hit a tiebreaking hook shot in the paint with 1.9 seconds left in overtime as the Los Angeles Lakers rallied late in a tumultuous day to beat Miami Heat 102-100 .
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