LAS VEGAS, Nevada (CBS SF) — The Golden State Warriors, undefeated in NBA summer league play since 2010, earned the No. 1 seed in the inaugural summer league tourney of 22 teams.

Golden State facea the 16th-seeded Dallas Mavericks on Thursday night in Las Vegas.

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The Mavericks defeated the 17th-seeded Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday in the first-round of tourney games.

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The Warriors earned the first overall seed in the tournament – and a first-round ‘bye’ – by compiling a 3-0 record in their first three games of the summer.

Golden State has also set a summer league record by winning 10 consecutive games dating back to 2010.

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