A day after getting smashed by the New York Knicks, the Golden State Warriors on Thursday (all times AEDT) suffered a brutal beating by the Brooklyn Nets 143-113 to continue their horror road trip.
It was a one-sided affair from the opening tip, with the Nets exploding out of the gates with a 46-point first quarter to already open up a 29-point advantage.
The hosts showed no mercy in the second quarter by stacking on another 45 points to put up a wild total of 91 points in the first half alone and lead by 40.
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The 91 points marked a franchise record for the Nets, and according to ESPN, the 40-point margin was the largest halftime deficit by a defending champions in NBA history. It was also the third-highest…