While you were sleeping: Warriors keep pace on chase for 73 wins, NBA D-League scoring explosion

Good morning! A lot happens in sports, even when you’re busy doing other non-sports-y stuff. So here are the top headlines and moments from yesterday, in case you missed anything while you were watching The Americans.

Steph Curry gets his groove back to lead Warriors

The Warriors stayed on track in their pursuit of the NBA wins record, beating the Clippers 114-98 to move to 64-7. Golden State coach Steve Kerr openly admitted yesterday that the ‘Dubs are looking to break the 1995-96 Bulls’ 72-win record. Stephen Curry scored 33 points, returning to form after struggling in his previous two games. Klay Thompson added 32 points with seven three-pointers. Check out this sweet one-handed pass from Curry to Draymond Green:

Russ Smith sets NBADL scoring record

We have news from… wait for it… The NBA D-League! Russ Smith of the Delaware 87ers dropped a D-League-record 65 points last night. Playing for the Philadelphia 76ers’ affiliate, Smith is one of the top prospects in the NBADL and the Sixers could probably use him as they are just 9-63 this year. Check out the highlights from Russ-diculous’ big night:

Mudiay’s buzzer-beater, LeBron’s rim-rocker

Speaking of the Sixers, our must-see moment comes from their loss to the Denver Nuggets. Denver rookie Emmanuel Mudiay downed Philadelphia with this buzzer-beating three-pointer from almost 30 feet out to give the Nuggets a 104-103 win.

A bonus must-see moment comes from Cleveland’s 113-104 win over Milwaukee. LeBron James gave us a sick highlight with this reverse dunk:

SiriusXM’s March Madness Coverage

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