Curry and the Golden State Warriors have won consecutive road games for the first time since the NBA Finals. They lead the team they beat in the Finals by a large margin.

On Wednesday, Curry scored 20 points and assisted Draymond Green’s tiebreaking three-point play to help the Warriors beat the Dallas Mavericks 127-125.

A year after losing to the Warriors in the Western Conference finals, Luka Doncic had 30 points after missing five games with a left thigh strain.

In the season series, the Warriors won 2-1, which clinched the tiebreaker for the Mavericks without All-Star guard Kyrie Irving.

As the teams came out of their timeouts late in the third quarter, Mark Cuban said he intended to protest Golden State’s uncontested dunk for Kevon Looney.

Kuminga scored 22 points off the bench during a game with an intensity that matched the stakes, including a soaring, one-handed dunk.

As the Warriors battle Dallas and a host of other teams in the lower half of the West playoff race, they make it two in a row after ending an 11-game road losing streak in Houston last night.

With a 38-36 record, Golden State holds the last guaranteed playoff spot in the West. Dallas (36-37) dropped to ninth, the third of four play-in spots.

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