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Jokic tallies 107th career triple-double as unbeaten Nuggets silence Jazz

LOS ANGELES – Nikola Jokic bagged the 107th triple double of his career as the Denver Nuggets extended their unbeaten start to the season with a 110-102 victory over the Utah Jazz on Monday (Tuesday, Manila time).

Serbian star Jokic finished with 27 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds in another dominant performance by the reigning NBA champions, who made it four wins out of four after leading virtually from start to finish.

Denver led by 10 points after the first quarter and were always in control thereafter, stretching their advantage to 17 points at one stage in the third quarter.

Jokic's latest triple double leaves him tied with LeBron James and Jason Kidd for the fourth most triples in NBA history.

Jokic received scoring support from Aaron Gordon, who posted 21 points with seven rebounds while Jamal Murray added 18 points — including a trio of 3-pointers — in a comfortable win for Denver.

Lauri Markkanen led the Utah scoring with 27 points.

In other games on Monday, Stephen Curry delivered his second 40-point game of the season as the Golden State Warriors routed the New Orleans Pelicans 130-102 on the road.

Curry, who scored 41 points in Friday's victory over Sacramento, was once again back to his mesmeric best with a 42-point haul that included seven three-pointers.

New Warriors recruit Chris Paul added 13 points off the bench while Moses Moody and Trayce Jackson-Davis also finished with 13 apiece.

Zion Williamson and C.J. McCollum led the New Orleans scorers with 19 points each.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr was left in awe of Curry's latest masterpiece.

"He's white hot," Kerr said of Curry. 

"It's amazing watching him. He looks better than ever at 35. But he puts the work in every summer, keeps looking for ways to get better — he's constantly searching for edges in his training ... just stunning to watch."

Kerr was also encouraged by his team's third straight away win following last week's opening night defeat to Phoenix.

"After opening night I thought it's going to take some time, we had to get the new guys accustomed to what we do," Kerr said.

"It's incredible to bring Chris Paul off the bench as your back-up point guard -- he's a Hall-of-Famer and still