Stephen Curry led the Warriors to their 11th straight victory and 10th in a row on the road against Indiana Pacers on Monday night.
Curry led the scoring with 26 points, and made all five of his attempted three-point shots and nine of 10 shots overall in an explosive first-half performance.
Curry finished 10 of 13 from the floor, and 6-8 from three-point range.
Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson contributed 16 points apiece in a 132-point output, the seventh time in 13 games that the Warriors have reached 130 points.
DeMarcus Cousins playing just his fifth game scored a season-best 22 points, had six rebounds and made four assists.
The 132-point output was also the second most by a Pacers opponent this season.
This was a second straight loss for Pacers since losing Victor Oladipo for the rest of the season to injury last week.
The win has seen the Warriors improve their NBA-best road record to 18-8. They outshot the Pacers 54.1 percent to 42.6 percent.