Filed under: Stream NBA NBA schedule and results: Warriors knock off Rockets, remain undefeated Contributors: Tim Cato, Mark Sandritter, and Eric Stephen / new Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: NBA schedule and results: Warriors knock off Rockets, remain undefeated Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email The Rockets were without Dwight Howard and Houston couldn't keep pace with Steph Curry and the Warriors. Golden State improved to 5-0 with a 98-87 win. In New Orleans, a late Anthony Davis hoop gave the Pelicans a 100-99 win against the Spurs. 6 Total Updates Since Nov 8, 2014, 12:11pm EST Follow this stream November 9, 2014 The Warriors are the last undefeated team left By Tim Cato@tim_cato / new The Warriors move to 5-0 by downing the now 6-1 Rockets, while 6-1 Memphis falls for the first time on a Brandon Knight game winner. November 8, 2014 Tyreke Evans beat 4 Spurs defenders for a layup By Mark Sandritter / new Everyone knew what was coming, but the Spurs still couldn't stop it. November 8, 2014 Luol Deng goes behind-the-back By Mark Sandritter / new Luol Deng stripped Kevin Martin and finished the play in style with a nice assist to Norris Cole. November 8, 2014 Howard sitting out due to the flu By Mark Sandritter / new The Rockets are set for a big matchup against Golden State, but they'll be without Dwight Howard. November 8, 2014 Rose out again for Bulls By Eric Stephen@ericstephen / new Bulls point guard Derrick Rose will miss his fourth game in the last five for Chicago with a pair of sprained ankles, sitting out the Saturday night home game against the Celtics. / new November 8, 2014 Warriors and Rockets meet in undefeated showdown By Tim Cato@tim_cato / new The Warriors and Rockets highlight the evening by putting their undefeated records on the line, while the Pelicans and Spurs looks to be an entertaining way to end the evening.