The Warriors concluded their three-game road trip Wednesday night with a second consecutive emphatic win over an Eastern Conference contender, stifling the Bulls in a 125-94 victory at United Center in Chicago.

The Warriors (39-4) raced out to a 70-44 halftime lead and maintained control, limiting Chicago to 37-percent field goal shooting, including 5 percent (1-of-20) from 3-point distance.

Five Warriors scored in double figures, with Stephen Curry putting a team-best 25 points. Klay Thompson finished with 20 and Harrison Barnes totaled 19. Shaun Livingston and Leandro Barbosa each had 12, with Andre Iguodala adding 10.

Coming as it did two nights after a 34-point rout of Eastern Conference leader Cleveland, it looked as if the Warriors simply extended the excellence displayed at Quicken Loans Arena. The Warriors handed each the Bulls and the Cavs their worst loss of the season. The two victories marked the first time since 1972-73 that the Warriors have won back-to-back road games by 30+ points.

The Warriors beat the Bulls not only on the glass, 55-49, but also points in the paint (58-46) and fast-break points (21-8). The Warriors posted 38 assists, the NBA-best 21st time they’ve had at least 30.