David Lee's 22 points and 18 rebounds led the Warriors to a 101-80 win over the Bucks on Tuesday night at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee.

The victory pushed the Warriors' record to 6-0 on this road trip and extended their overall win streak to 10 games – their longest since 1975 and one game away from a franchise-record 11 set during the 1971-72 season.

The Warriors can tie the franchise record on Wednesday at Brooklyn, and a victory over the Nets would put the Dubs in position to set a new record upon their return to Oracle Arena on Friday night to face Boston.

Guards Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson each added 15 points, despite combining for 11-of-36 shooting. Andre Iguodala finished with 11 points, seven assists and five rebounds, while Andrew Bogut added 8 points and 12 rebounds.

The Warriors clobbered Milwaukee on the boards (54-37) and held them to 38.8 percent shooting – 23 percent in the second half

The Warriors (24-13) also moved to 19-3 with their regular starting lineup: Bogut, Lee, Iguodala, Thompson and Curry.

The Bucks fell to 7-27, the worst record in the NBA.