Stephen Curry says the Golden State Warriors were motivated to correct their own mistakes after reversing Tuesday's defeat to the Phoenix Suns with a 118-96 win on Friday.
Curry, who only managed 12 points in Tuesday's loss, top scored with 23 points for the Warriors, including six three-pointers.
The result ended the Suns' 18-game winning streak and saw the Warriors return to top spot in the Western Conference with a 19-3 record.
The Suns had humbled the Warriors 104-96 on Tuesday, despite Devin Booker going down injured in the second quarter, with Curry kept quiet but they found a way to bounce back.
"It's all about us right now," Curry told ESPN post-game. "We obviously know they've been on a hot streak.
"Tuesday didn’t go our way. We've learned a lot in terms of how you beat a great team like that who are Conference champions.
"We still have a lot of room to grow. We'll see them on Christmas and one more time down the stretch.
"But it's just about us and how we corrected the mistakes we made earlier in the week."
Draymond Green had six blocks and three steals along with nine defensive rebounds for the Warriors, earning praise from head coach Steve Kerr.
"He's the best defender in the world," Kerr said at the post-game news conference. "He does everything for us defensively.
"He captains the defense. He's the one directing traffic. He guards guards on switches, DeAndre Ayton and everybody in between. I thought Draymond was brilliant tonight."
Kerr added that the Suns remained the team to the beat in the west, despite snapping their 18-game winning streak.
"We caught a break tonight with the Suns on a back-to-back so the schedule played in our favour but winning 18 games in a row is incredible," Kerr said.
"We have huge respect for Phoenix and what they've accomplished. We know we're trying to catch them. We haven’t been in the playoffs for two years. We know they're the best team in the west until somebody knocks them off. It was good to see our team respond after losing to them."