While the Golden State Warriors have pulled out wins on the first four stops of their longest road trip of the season, they could have their hands full with a visit to Miami up next.
Having experienced very little road success in this series, the Warriors continue a seven-game trek Wednesday night against a Heat team that's proved especially dominant on its own court.
Golden State (14-7) has picked up the pace following an uneven start, winning seven of eight and 11 of 14. Much of that success can be attributed to a significant improvement on the road, where the Warriors have compiled an 8-4 record after going 11-22 last season.
"We came in here and worked our tails off and we prepared ourselves for this season," coach Mark Jackson said. "I didn't put any limitations on them. But we're 14-7 with eight road wins."
The Warriors, on the verge of their longest road winning streak since taking six straight in 2004-05, figure to face one of their stiffer tests Wednesday. Golden State ...