The Golden State Warriors needed to start their road trip off with a victory.
They were able to do just that on Friday night in San Antonio.
Playing at the Alamodome in front of the largest crowd in NBA history, the Warriors put on a show.
Steph Curry leading the Warriors out of the tunnel in front of the largest crowd in NBA history.
— Guru (@DrGuru_) January 14, 2023
The record-setting crowd of 68,323 watched as the Warriors exploded on offense in this game.
In the first half, they scored 74 points and held a 14-point lead going into the break.
Each of the Warriors players contributed in some way to this win.
With eight players scoring 12 or more points.
The Warriors tonight became the second team ever to have 8 players score 12 or more points in a single game
Complete team win
— Dalton Johnson (@DaltonJ_Johnson) January 14, 2023
The Warriors came into this game on a three-game losing streak.
Also, their terrible road record of 3-16 had to be in the back of their minds.
But, they put all of that away and took care of the Spurs in easy fashion.
— De🅿️ressed Warriors Fan 🏆 (@GoIdenState) January 14, 2023
The final score of the game was 144-113 as the Warriors set a season-high for points scored.
It was nice to Golden State back to full strength, and Stephen Curry knocking off some rust.
In his second game back, Curry scored 15 points in only 23 minutes, while making six of 12 shots.
Steph Curry drives, draws contact and gets the bucket 💪pic.twitter.com/kesRrp3kBd
— Warriors Nation (@WarriorNationCP) January 14, 2023
With four more games ahead on this road trip, Warriors fans are ready for this team to go on a run.
This win got them back to .500 at 21-21, but they need to start climbing the standings.
Now it's time to go on a streak, you feel me?
— Vince 🌉 (@DubsSZN2023) January 14, 2023
It is fair to expect the Warriors will start playing better now that they are healthy.
When all four of those players are scoring at will as they did on Friday, this team is tough to beat.NEXT: Trade Talks Are Starting To Pick Up Around The Warriors