Thunder defeated Warriors and spoiled Stephen Curry's return

Thunder defeated Warriors and spoiled Stephen Curry's return
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Despite the return of Stephen Currythe Golden State Warriors suffered their sixth consecutive loss on Saturday night in a duel against Oklahoma City Thunder that escaped them at the last second, within the activity of the NBA.

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The Warriorscollapsed tenth place in the Western Conference (6-8), they had the chance to end their losing streak when Andrew Wiggins scored a three-pointer that seemed definitive with 1.6 seconds left.

But when the 18 thousand fans at the Chase Center They celebrated the triumph, the rookie Chet Holmgren received the ball in the corner and hit a three-pointer on the turnaround that sent the clash to extra time.

Holmgrena 2.16 meter center who he missed all of last season due to injury, He had his best game in the NBA with a total of 36 points (14-22 in field goals) and 10 rebounds.

In extra time it was Canadian Shai Gilgeous-Alexander who took command of the Thunder's operations scoring 10 points without fail to finish with a total of 40 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists.

The All-Star point guard He ended the clash by placing a spectacular block on Curry on the triple line and the Thunder was able to celebrate a 130-123 victory.

Curry He scored 25 points, with 8-21 shooting, on his return to the court after two games out for knee discomfort right.

He Warriors leader rushed his recovery to try to rescue a directionless team which also does not have Draymond Greenwho has leftthree games to complete of the sanction received by his violent grab of the neck Rudy Gobert (Timberwolves).

On the contrary, the Thunder, who had already won on Thursday in San Franciscois consolidated as one of the franchises with the most future in the league with six wins in the last seven games and climbing to fourth place in the West (9-4).


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