By Matthew Harrington
After a 101-80 win Tuesday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, the Golden State Warriors (24-13) now stand on the cusp matching team history. The Dubs dominated the Milwaukee Bucks (7-27), currently boasting the worst record in the NBA, to reel off their tenth-straight victory, putting Golden State one win away from tying a franchise-high 11-game winning streak set by the 1971-72 squad.
David Lee had a game-high 22 points while also pulling in 18 rebounds, most by a player on either side Tuesday night, for his second-straight double-double. The forward went 10 for 12 from the field in 35 minutes of play. Klay Thompson (15) and Stephen Curry (15) combined for 30 points, while Curry had six assists to lead Golden State.
Warriors center Andrew Bogut, whom the Bucks drafted first overall in 2005, made his first appearance in Milwaukee as a visitor…
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