Stephen Curry scores 34 points, leads Warriors past Nets

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) With the start of the playoffs just more than a month away, the defending champions are still trying to find consistency for 48 minutes.

Nobody is overly concerned. Not yet. Not with this superstar roster capable of scoring in bunches even after the mind-boggling stretches on both ends that are far from pretty.

Stephen Curry scored 34 points with six 3-pointers, and the Golden State Warriors won their sixth straight since the All-Star break by beating the Brooklyn Nets 114-101 on Tuesday night.

”Right now you can pretty much smell the playoffs coming,” Curry said. ”I think we understand that we are a talented team and we have championship pedigree. We understand what it takes to win a championship but you can’t just turn on the switch of every single detail that needs to go into being the team we want to be come April. So, enough talking really about that, it’s just going out and actually doing it and executing and building those habits and the right expectation night in, night out to get ourselves ready for five weeks from now.”

Kevin Durant added 19 points and six rebounds as the Warriors reached 50 wins for the fifth straight season.

”I didn’t expect to come out blazing given that we were coming off the trip and

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