The Warriors got back to scrimmage mode Wednesday night, and Stephen Curry once again emerged as the star.
One night after scoring 40 points in Miami, the All-Star point guard poured in 28 in 24 minutes to lead the Warriors to a 111-96 annihilation of the Magic at Amway Center in Orlando.
The victory is the Warriors' seventh in a row, putting their record at 12-2 for the first time in franchise history while also giving them a 7-1 road record for the first time ever.
With his team up 27 (92-65) after three quarters, Warriors coach Steve Kerr emptied the bench to finish off the reeling Magic (6-11), who have now lost four of their last five.
Curry had plenty of offensive support, as six teammates also scored in double figures, led by 16 points from Harrison Barnes. Shaun Livingston had a season-high 15, Andre Iguodala had 13, Klay Thompson had 12, Marreese Speights 11 and Draymond Green put in 10.
The Warriors shot 51.8 percent overall, 48 percent from beyond the 3-point arc, and finished with 30 assists on 44 baskets.
Orlando shot 41.4 percent overall, 30 percent from 3-point distance.
STANDOUT PERFORMER: Curry once again owned the Magic, owned the nets, owned the Amway Center, owned the night.
He made his first five 3-pointers and eight of his first 10 shots, finishing the first half with 25 points in 16 minutes. He made 9-of-13 shots overall and added a team-high eight assists.
Bogut, however, deserves props for his playmaking. He had seven assists in 16 first-half minutes. His career-high for assists is eight. He also grabbed a team-high 12 rebounds and blocked two shots.
TURNING POINT: After falling behind 38-36 with 9:14 left in the second quarter, the Warriors reeled off a 21-5 run to take a 57-43 lead with 3:27 left in the half.
The Warriors finished the half on a 29-14 run during which Curry scored 11 points. The Magic never again got within single digits.
The Warriors put the game away for good with a 27-13 third quarter during which the Magic shot 21.7 percent.
INJURY UPDATE: G Leandro Barbosa (sprained right knee) was ruled out shortly before tipoff. F David Lee (strained left hamstring) remains out indefinitely.
WHAT'S NEXT: The Warriors after the game flew to Charlotte, where they will spend Thanksgiving before facing the Hornets at Time Warner Cable Arena on Friday night.