The Golden State Warriors would appear to have a good chance to pull off an unprecedented feat when they visit the struggling Orlando Magic.
They couldn't get past the Magic at home earlier this month, however.
The Warriors try to avenge their latest defeat and end their recent woes in the series as they go for a 6-0 start on their seven-game road trip Friday night.
Golden State (15-7) has never won the first six games of any road trip but is in position to accomplish that after edging Miami 97-95 on Wednesday. Rookie forward Draymond Green made a go-ahead layup with 0.9 seconds left in that win and Klay Thompson matched a season high with 27 points.
David Lee scored 22 and Jarrett Jack added 20 to make up for a subpar night from Stephen Curry, who was held to nine points after scoring at least 20 in eight straight games.
"We're on fire right now," Thompson said. "We're going to continue building on this. This is a special win. We haven't played the best competition the last few gam...