Dubs Daily: 4 Things You Need to Know Today
1. Following last night’s victory over the Clippers, the Warriors are the first team to begin with a 5-0 record in back-to-back seasons since the Chicago Bulls in 1995-96 and 1996-97.
2. The Warriors have never started 6-0 in the team’s West Coast Era (since 1962). They’ll look to make franchise history when they host the Denver Nuggets at Oracle Arena on Friday night.
3. With 31 points last night, Stephen Curry became the first Warriors player since Chris Mullin in 1989-90 to score at least 30 points in four of the season’s first five games.
4. Later today, the Warriors, in partnership with Kaiser Permanente, will visit Bret Harte Elementary in San Francisco for a Get Fit Time-Out event to promote the importance of physical activity and healthy eating. Ian Clark and Warriors Physical Performance Coach Kurtis Rayfield will interact with 150 students through an instructional and interactive clinic focusing on activities around exercise, recess and nutrition.
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