Warriors Defeat Suns to Extend Summer League Winning Steak

Summer League Gameday

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
PHX 18 11 27 16 72
GSW 18 18 17 21 74

Warriors Beat Suns 74-72

The Warriors beat the Suns 74-72 in Las Vegas on Saturday extending the current NBA Summer League winning streak to 16.

NBA Summer League: Warriors vs. Suns - 7/12/14

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Warriors Beat Suns 74-72

The Warriors beat the Suns 74-72 in Las Vegas on Saturday extending the current NBA Summer League winning streak to 16.
Jul 12, 2014  |  01:36

Suns vs. Warriors

Justin Holiday scores 29 points on 9 for 15 shooting and scores the winning basket to lead the Warriors over the Suns.
Jul 11, 2014  |  00:00

Player of the Day - Justin Holiday

Justin Holiday scores 29 points on 9 for 15 shooting and scores the winning basket to lead the Warriors over the Suns.
Jul 11, 2014  |  00:00

Postgame: Steve Kerr

Warriors' Head Coach Steve Kerr talks about his debut in coaching and the experience of the Summer League games.
Jul 11, 2014  |  00:00

Joe Lacob Interview

Warriors' owner Joe Lacob speaks with Spero Dedes and Reggie Miller about the trade rumors, Steve Kerr, and the Golden State roster.
Jul 11, 2014  |  00:00

Holiday Elevates

James Michael McAdoo misses the jumper and Justin Holiday elevates in traffic for the emphatic putback dunk.
Jul 11, 2014  |  00:00

McAdoo Soars

Justin Holiday misses on the jumper, James Michael McAdoo rebounds it and throws down the emphatic flush.
Jul 11, 2014  |  00:00
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The Warriors advanced to 2-0 in the Las Vegas Summer League after defeating the Suns 74-72 on Saturday night. Justin Holiday grabbed an offensive rebound and scored the winning put-back with three seconds left. He led all players with 29 points and 13 rebounds. The victory extends the Warriors’ Summer League winning streak to 16 games (dating back to 2010). They’ll look to keep it going on Monday when they take on the Lakers (7 p.m. on NBA TV).

Warriors Leaders

Points

  1. Holiday - 29
  2. Johnson - 10
  3. Nedovic - 9

Rebounds

  1. Holiday - 13
  2. Kuzmic - 10
  3. Watt - 6

Assists

  1. Johnson - 3
  2. Nedovic - 2
  3. McAdoo - 2