Oakland, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Stephen Curry hit seven 3-pointers and netted 32 points as the Golden State Warriors routed the Miami Heat 104-89 on Wednesday night. Klay Thompson added 19 points for the Warriors, who tied a franchise record with their 15th straight home win. The 1989-90 team also won 15 straight in Oakland. The schedule is what it is. You gotta play 41 on the road and 41 at home, Curry said. I think for us, we know we gotta play some good teams on the road. If we can win them, it will boost our confidence and keep our momentum going. Chris Bosh posted 26 points and seven rebounds, Luol Deng provided 19 points and seven boards and Hassan Whiteside tallied 10 points and 12 boards for Miami, which had won three of its last four games coming in. They were getting a lot of easy buckets, Bosh said. Not so much the first quarter, (but) the second. They pushed it to double digits and we werent able to recuperate. The game was tied 9-9 prior to the midway point of the opening frame before the Warriors seized control with a 17-5 run. Thompson netted 10 points with a pair of 3-pointers during the surge, which was capped on two David Lee free throws for a 26-14 Golden State advantage late in the first. The Warriors led 26-18 following a quarter of play and were up 55-38 at the break. After two Bosh foul shots pulled the Heat within 66-57 at the 4:49 mark of the third, Golden State re-established momentum with a 12-4 swing. Curry nailed two triples and Marreese Speights finished off the flurry with two free throws for a 78-61 Warriors margin. Golden State was up 81-63 after three and cruised to the easy triumph over the final 12 minutes. Game Notes That 1989-90 Warriors team finished 37-45 and missed the playoffs ... Golden State improved to 13-0 against the Eastern Conference this season ... The Warriors netted 21 points off 19 Miami turnovers ... The Warriors were up by as many as 19. 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Ross nearly doubled his career high, previously 26, en route to a magical 51-point performance that matched Vince Carters franchise scoring record, set in February of 2000. Not only is Ross, according to Elias Sports Bureau, the first player averaging fewer than 10 points per game to ever score 50, but he also became the second-youngest to accomplish that feat. Moments after it came to an end - Toronto dropping a 126-118 shootout to the Clippers - his teammates threw a basketball into his locker. "Whats this?" he asked, as if he didnt know. It, of course, was the game ball. With the souvenir comes the heightened expectations that accompany a 50 point-game. Theres no sneaking up on anybody now. Hes raised the bar for himself. "Now hes told on himself," Raptors coach Dwane Casey said after the game. "Not that he has to get 51 every night, but hes got to have that offensive focus." A much improved defender in his second NBA season, Ross has also excelled from long range, shooting the three-ball at a 41 per cent clip. His next step, as Casey has alluded to, is to capitalize on his proficiency from downtown by putting the ball on the floor, creating his own looks around the rim and getting to the free throw line. With his full offensive arsenal on display against the Clippers, its not hard to see why Casey is enamoured by his potential. Twenty-one of his 23 first-half points came from beyond the arc, as Ross eclipsed the franchise mark for most threes in a half with seven. Coming out of the break, Doc Rivers and his team made the inevitable adjustment, closiing out hard on the red-hot Ross.dddddddddddd "They were running at him," Casey said, "[but he] did a good job reading the defence." DeMar DeRozan, who rolled his ankle on the foot of Toronto supervillain Hedo Turkoglu in the first half, left the game early in the third. Ross immediately stepped in for his mentor. Midway through the quarter, he made his presence felt with a put-back dunk in the lane. Ten seconds later, he picked off Darren Collisons pass, ran the length of the floor and finished an alley-oop. Eight of his 13 third-quarter points came in the paint and he also made nine of 10 free throw attempts on the night. His 31-foot, buzzer-beating bomb tied the game going into the fourth. From there he was on cruise control. "You dont think about it," Ross said. "You dont really realize what youre doing until its all over." Whats the mindset when one of your teammates is playing like…? "Give him the ball," Kyle Lowry said, before the question could even be completed. "Give him the ball, I dont care what hes… just give him the ball." When it was all said and done the Raptors had lost, defence being the primary culprit, but Ross had accomplished something remarkable. He was speechless, essentially, and so too were his teammates. "Unbelievable," said Lowry, succinct once again. "He did an unbelievable job. Thats it, unbelievable." A primary beneficiary of the Rudy Gay trade, Ross is averaging just under 30 minutes a night since the deal, 12 minutes more than he was getting as sub. He has earned the trust of his coach with his commitment to defence and his teammates are comfortable with him firing at will, provided theyre good shots. With DeRozan out of the lineup indefinitely Rosss role figures to expand once again. "Im probably the happiest person on the team for him to be honest," DeRozan said. "Ive been going up against T since his rookie year, pushing him, going at him day in and day out. Just seeing how high his confidence level is is definitely good to see." Now, all eyes are on Ross. What will he do for an encore? Cheap NFL Jerseys ChinaWholesale Jerseys ChinaCheap JerseysWholesale Jerseys ChinaWholesale Jerseys 2019Cheap Jerseys WholesaleCheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '