Monday , Mar , 29 , 2004 C.Y. Ellis

Golden State Warriors Team Report – March 29

=== Golden State Warriors Team Report – March 29 ===

(Sports Network) – The red hot Warriors pushed their season-high winning
streak to seven games Sunday, as they posted a 105-77 thrashing of the Los
Angeles Clippers at The Arena in Oakland.

Jason Richardson finished with 20 points, six rebounds and six assists, while
Erick Dampier contributed 16 points and a career-high 25 rebounds in the
dominating win. Golden State hasn’t lost since March 13 in New Orleans.

Mike Dunleavy posted 16 points and seven assists for the Warriors, who posted
their sixth consecutive win at home. Dampier pulled down 13 offensive boards,
as the Warriors won the rebounding war, 53-40.

Mickael Pietrus added 17 points for Golden State, which became the first team
in NBA history to win seven straight after losing nine in a row.

Golden State, which improved to 3-6 on Sunday this season, has allowed less
than 90 points in each of its games during the winning streak.

The Warriors’ seven-game winning streak is their longest since posting eight
straight victories in April 1994. Golden State has won the seven contests by
an average of 16 points.

Golden State will look to continue its hot streak Tuesday night in
Philadelphia. The Warriors will be beginning a four-game road trip in the City
of Brotherly Love. On the season, Golden State is just 8-27 in foreign
buildings.

GS