The Warriors finished their final extended road trip of the season in style, trouncing Boston 108-88 on Wednesday night and rolling into a favorable schedule the rest of the way.

Including this 4-2 East Coast swing, the Warriors (38-24) have won 14 of their past 19 road games - something never before accomplished in franchise history. After starting the season 6-9 on the road, the Warriors have gone an NBA-best 14-5 away from home since Dec. 23.

They won at least four games on multiple road trips in a single season for the first time in franchise history, and their 20 road victories are four shy of the franchise's all-time single-season record set in 1991-92.

"I thought we did a great job against a team - in all honesty, that at this point - we're better than," Warriors head coach Mark Jackson said. "It was the type of game where you can overlook them, but they compete and they're well-coached. Fortunately, we came in here and took care of business, took care of the basketball and defended at a high level. It was a big-time win for us."

Now, the Warriors simply have to take care of business at home to hold onto their No. 6 spot in the Western Conference or possibly make a run at the Clippers, who sit four games ahead of them atop the Pacific Division.

The Warriors will play nine of their next 11 games at Oracle Arena and have only seven more road games the rest of the season. Aside from a Texas two-step in Dallas and San Antonio during April, the Warriors play only one other game outside of their time zone - finishing the regular season at Denver.

After a 10-game win streak, which continued during a 6-1 East Coast roadie in December and January, the Warriors returned home for 11 of their next 15 games. They went 7-8 during that span, dropping home games against sub-.500 teams Denver, Minnesota and Charlotte.

"It's kind of deja vu of pre-All-Star, when we had kind of the same schedule," said Warriors point guard Stephen Curry, who had 14 points in 22 minutes before leaving with a "little trouble in my right leg" - a problem he said he could have played through. "We won 10 in a row and then came off the road trip and lost some games that we shouldn't have at home.