Warriors' losing streak reaches 4 as club falls to Thunder 123-95

KD and Klay both dropped 27, Damion Lee added in 13

Whitley Sandretto
November 21, 2018 - 10:15 pm

The Warriors fell to the Thunder 123-95 on Thanksgiving Eve, their fourth loss in as many games. This is the first time they've lost four in a row since March 2013. 

Is it time to freak out? No. Are they missing Draymond Green and Stephen Curry more than ever? Yes. 

Kevin Durant put up 27 points and 14 rebounds against his former team. 

Klay Thompson also finished with 27 points. 

Aside from KD and Klay, offense didn't do much. 

Turnovers continue to be an issue for the Warriors and they had 17 against OKC. 

The Warriors also allowed the Thunder to grab 18 offensive rebounds, which resulted in too many points in the paint. 

Draymond and Steph could return at the end of this four game homestead... possibly against Orlando on Monday. 

The Warriors are back in action at Oracle on Friday when they take on the Portland Trailblazers. Coverage starts at 6:00 pm and tip-off at 7:30 pm on 95.7 The Game. 

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