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Bulls hope to slow Warriors freight train
CHICAGO -- The Golden State Warriors' record, best in the NBA and borne out of a wealth of championship-caliber, speaks for itself.
But as the Warriors continue to march toward what has become an annual trek toward the NBA Finals, Golden State's supporting cast and defensive efforts are beginning to draw as much attention as its star-studded cast.
The Warriors, who have won three straight, will carry a 20-3 road record -- including 13 straight wins away from home -- into Wednesday's game against the surging Chicago Bulls. The Bulls have also won three straight and have only picked up steam since guard Zach LaVine made his season debut last week.MORE
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