Next up for the Warriors are the New Orleans Pelicans at home, while the Nuggets take on the Chicago Bulls in Colorado. "The game just happened".
"This is a big night for us to continue to build momentum", Curry added. Draymond Green scored just four points but delivered 13 of the Warriors' 38 assists.
Jamal Murray and Malik Beasley also had solid games, considering.
The Nuggets got off to a bad start, and it was immediately obvious that Denver would struggle on Tuesday.
While Denver did a great job of answering back with baskets of their own, the Nuggets had a very hard time stopping the Warriors from scoring.
They did so Tuesday night in Denver when they dropped 51 points in the first quarter on the top-seeded Nuggets.
The Nuggets managed to somewhat keep pace despite a record-breaking first quarter offensive output from the Warriors, but were quickly down 19 points at the half and simply could not recover from the onslaught.
Steph Curry knocked in a game-high 31 points, 24 from beyond the arc where he registered a 62% shooting clip (8-of-13).
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The Warriors obliterated the Nuggets' second-ranked 3-point defense by hitting 71.4 percent from long range in the first quarter.
Although the Thunder put up 41 points in the third quarter to take a three-point lead into the final frame, the Hawks surged back with 45 points in the fourth quarter.
Durant had 17 in the first quarter and capped the period with a 3-pointer and a dunk in the closing seconds.
Curry was coming off of his best performance since returning from an injury and had just hit 11 3-pointers on Sunday against the Dallas Mavericks on his way to a 48-point night.
Curry, Durant and Thompson combined for 83 points through the first three quarters, matching Denver's total.
There were plenty of reasons that Denver lost, but the Nuggets did a awful job in running shooters out of their spots, fighting through picks and keeping their hands up - and the Warriors made them pay. "I don't think anybody on our team is scared of the Golden State Warriors or too respectful".
The rest of the game was no less absurd, and the Warriors scored 142 points on 60 percent shooting (57-of-95) and 53.8 percent shooting (21-of-39) from deep.