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The Golden State Warriors will be aiming to put up another amazing performance and get themselves the best points when they take on the Thunder in another matchup.
The Oklahoma City Thunder on the other hand will also be looking to get past the Warriors and put themselves in the winning spot when they they face Golden State Warriors
Clearly, The Warriors are 46-21 and first in the Western Conference, but they have had their share of struggles lately.
And also, They are 5-5 in their last 10, won their last game and just one game ahead of the Denver Nuggets.
Actually, A win by the Thunder tonight could potentially affect their own seeding and give the Warriors less of a margin.
The Oklahoma City Thunder had a disappointing 106-108 loss against the Indiana Pacers on Thursday night as they blew a big first-half lead.
Paul George tried to carry his current team against his former team, but his effort just came up short, as he finished with 36 points.
“He was big,” Thunder coach Billy Donovan said. “There’s no question, the way he works on both ends of the floor, he plays through a lot of contact.”
Russell Westbrook also finished with a triple-double, with 19 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists. Steven Adams also added 17 points
The Golden State Warriors bounced back from their 111-115 loss to the Phoenix Suns last Sunday by ending the Houston Rockets’ league-leading nine-game winning streak 106-104 on Wednesday night.
While DeMarcus Cousins has played well in his return from his Achilles injury, the Warriors have had some troubles integrating him into the offense
And getting adjusted to having him out there, especially as he’s played more minutes, but they seem to be turning a corner.
“I think we need to remind ourselves that he’s still pretty early in the process,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.
In the win over the Rockets, Cousins had one of his most complete games, finishing with 27 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists.
Kevin Durant did not play against Houston and he’s questionable tonight against his former team. In the Rockets game, without Durant, only three players scored in double figure
However, With Klay Thompson scoring 30 and Stephen Curry adding 24. They’ll likely need more tonight, not only from their second unit but also their starters
Base on records, The Thunder are 42-27 and sit at fifth in the Western Conference, just a half-game behind the Portland Trail Blazers.
Definitely, The Oklahoma City Thunder have also struggles, are 4-6 in their last 10 and enter tonight’s game on a loss.
And of course, The Warriors and Thunder last played on November 21, with the Thunder winning big, 123-95.
Surely, Dennis Schroeder led the Thunder with 32 points, while Kevin Durant paced the Warriors with 27 points and 14 rebounds