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What a Trip: Warriors Whip Hawks

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ATLANTA -- Golden State made history Saturday night with a 115-93 victory over the Atlanta Hawks. The Warriors finished their road trip 6-1, marking the first time in franchise history they have won six games on a trip.

Anyone associated with the Warriors would have been happy with a 4-3 trip. Golden State's five wins on the trip entering Saturday was only the fourth time that had been done in team history.

But the Warriors (16-8) emphatically declared they wanted more. They beat the Hawks in convincing fashion, an exclamation point to a trip that produced quality wins over Brooklyn, Miami and Atlanta (combined 41-21 records entering Saturday).

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