The Warriors completed a six-game road sweep for the first time in franchise history on Friday night with a 102-98 win over the Pistons. Golden State's historic trip on the road has only been done 11 times in NBA history and not in nine years before they did so.
It wasn't easy either. The Warriors won the final two games of the trip without Steph Curry after spraining his right ankle. After the win in Detroit, teammates gave their two-time MVP some love, including Kevin Durant, who has scored 71 points the last two games.
Durant used #itsnotthesamewithoutsteph to pay homage and Klay Thompson went with #notthesamewithout30
Curry watched the game from and loved what he saw.
Medical staff will re-evaluate Curry in two weeks. Through 23 games, he leads the Warriors with 26.3 points per game and is averaging 6.6 assists per game.