Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors survived a scare on the road Wednesday night.
Their game against the Utah Jazz went into overtime at the Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, but ultimately, the Dubs came out on top with a 103-96 victory. The Warriors now have 68 wins on the season.
Curry hit the court in a player’s edition colorway of his signature shoe with Under Armour, the Curry Two. The shoe – also worn during the Warriors win over John Wall and the Washington Wizards on Tuesday – features a gold and tonal blue color palette. The superstar guard scored 31 points, handed out four assists and grabbed seven rebounds against the Jazz.
But the Warriors wouldn’t have made it to overtime without a clutch 3-pointer hit by Anta-sponsored Klay Thompson. The guard hit the three with 15 seconds remaining in the game, forcing overtime. Thompson nailed the shot in a tonal blue, gold and white player’s edition colorway of his signature shoe, the Anta KT.
The Warriors (68-7) will continue to pursue the NBA record for regular season wins, set by Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in the 1995-96 season, when the team hosts Isaiah Thomas and the Boston Celtics on Friday at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif.