Warriors struggle to take care of the ball in 112-106 loss to Suns

Wiggins topped Golden State with 27 points in the defeat

Whitley Sandretto
February 12, 2020 - 8:35 pm
Jordan Poole, Devin Booker

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The Golden State Warriors fell to the Phoenix Suns 112-106.

The main reason the Warriors lost this game was because of turnovers. They turned the ball over 22 times. 

They kept the game close but when you allow 30 or more points off of turnovers, it's tough to win games. 

Andrew Wiggins led the Dubs with 27 points, 5 assists, 4 rebounds and a career-high 4 blocked shots. 

Marquese Chriss had another solid game and finished with a double-double (18 points, 12 rebounds)

The Warriors are off the next week for the All-Star break and will return to action on Feb. 20 when the Houston Rockets come to Chase Center for the first time since the Christmas Day upset. 

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