The Warriors’ Monday night game against the Kings was the team’s first game in San Francisco since Stephen Curry broke the all-time record for 3s in NBA regular season history.

The boy-faced killer broke Ray Allen’s all-time record in New York at Madison Square Garden nearly a week ago on Tuesday, December 14.

After that, the Warriors played games in Boston and Toronto before returning home amid a packed schedule of visitors.

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Ahead of his recently concluded five-game road trip, Curry attempted to break the record against the Warriors faithful, needing 16 3-pointers against the Portland Trail Blazers on Dec. 8.

It was meant to be in ‘Basketball Mecca’ though, so it was fine for Warriors fans to give their superstar a tribute and a standing ovation upon returning home.

The game against the Kings was comfortable for the Warriors (113-98), although there was a minor scare in the third quarter with the visitors recovering 15 points to take the lead.

However, with Draymond Green recording a triple-double, Golden State had this one in the bag. This was his first triple-double of the season and the 31st of his career, during which the Warriors are nearly undefeated with a 30-1 record.

Meanwhile, Curry scored a game-high 30 points, including 15 in the fourth quarter, which nearly outscored the Kings (19).

With this victory, the Warriors improve to 25-6 on the season, which is the second-best record in the league. Golden State then hosts the Memphis Grizzlies in a couple of days before traveling to Phoenix for a major showdown on Christmas Day.