Oracle Arena in Oakland was fully packed once again as the Golden State Warriors hosted the Washington Wizards in a Sunday night matchup. It was a fully packed home arena as 20 thousand Warriors fans were ready for their team's 11th straight win. The Wizards came into this game with two consecutive losses on the road and the way this game started it looked like a third loss was inevitable.

Curry brought his A game against the Wizards

It was an interesting first quarter, the Warriors were up five points by the end of first 12 minutes (35-30). At halftime, Golden State held a 10 point lead (67-57).

Midway through the third quarter, they were up by 20 points as the score was 90-70 in favor of the home team. The final score was 139-115 for the defending Western Conference champions. It was a high scoring game, the Warriors scored at least 30 points in every quarter.

Last year's MVP Stephen Curry, led the Warriors with 42 points and also added eight assists. He connected on nine three-pointers as well. As a team the Warriors were red-hot from the three-point line, making 16 of their 36 attempts.

After the game, Curry spoke to the media: "We feel really good about ourselves heading into the playoffs. We've been through this process for three or four straight years so we understand the moment."

Draymond Green with a triple-double

Draymond Green finished the game with a triple-double.

He had 11 points, 12 rebounds, and 13 assists. It was his 19th career triple-double and fifth this season. In a postgame interview he said: "To win these last five games that we won, it says a lot about where we are as a team and the focus level that we've had as of late."

Klay Thompson added 23 points (four threes), and Shaun Livingston was huge of the bench with 17 points and seven rebounds.

Warriors will host the Timberwolves on Tuesday as they look to win their 12th straight game.

For the Wizards, Bojan Bogdanovic and Bradley Beal each finished with 20 points and John Wall finished with another double-double (15 points and 11 assists). The Wizards remain the number four seed in the Eastern Conference and will face the Charlotte Hornets on Tuesday.