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Warriors make NBA history with 30th win of 2016-17 season

Warriors make NBA history with 30th win of 2016-17 season

The Warriors are no stranger to history and they achieved an NBA-first on Monday night.

With their 127-119 victory over the Nuggets, the Warriors became the first team in NBA history to win 30 of their first 35 games in three consecutive seasons.

The 2016-17 Warriors stand at 30-5 after Monday's win.

The 73-win Warriors of 2015-16 started the season 33-2, while the NBA champion 2014-15 Warriors began the campaign 30-5.

Report: Draymond Green plans to appeal $120K fine from Warriors

Report: Draymond Green plans to appeal $120K fine from Warriors

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On Tuesday, the Warriors suspended Draymond Green for one game and fined him just over $120,000.

The three-time All-Star is planning on appealing the fine with help from the NBPA, a source told The Undefeated's Marc Spears.

As ESPN's Zach Lowe notes:

Late Tuesday night, Marcus Thompson of The Athletic reported the following:

Green was surprised by the heavy-handedness. A fine was expected. Green had just come back from injury, giving him a rest day for Tuesday’s game against Atlanta and a private fine would have been an acceptable rebuke of his behavior. He was fined a few thousand dollars when he went after Kerr in the locker room in Oklahoma City in 2016. He didn’t think this incident was nearly as bad, so the punishment being drastically worse was shocking.

Draymond wants his money back (or wants to keep it) and this story certainly has more layers to come.

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Steph Curry out at least 10 more days for Warriors with groin injury

Steph Curry out at least 10 more days for Warriors with groin injury

Programming note: Watch Thursday night's Warriors-Rockets game streaming live at 5 p.m. PT on the MyTeams app.

Steph Curry is Houston bound.

The two-time NBA MVP is traveling with the Warriors to Texas for the three-game road trip, but he will not play in any of the contests, the team announced Wednesday.

The Warriors will face the Rockets on Thursday, the Mavericks on Saturday and the Spurs on Sunday.

Curry will be re-evaluated in 10 days, which means he's scheduled to also miss next week's games against the Thunder (Wednesday) and the Trail Blazers (Friday). Golden State will host the Kings next Saturday, which is 10 days from now.

[RELATED: Report: Steph went to Draymond's house to get his side of the story]

The three-time NBA champion has missed the Warriors' last three games -- wins over the Nets and Hawks, and a loss to the Clippers. He is averaging 29.5 points, 6.1 assists and 5.0 rebounds this season, while shooting 51.5 percent from the field and over 49 percent from 3-point range.

Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller