George breaks the Thunder’s losing streak and leaves the Warriors in crisis

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Golden State Warriors player Kevin Durant (c) attempts to score during the NBA game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Golden State Warriors at the Oracle Arena in Oakland (United States) this February 6, 2018. EFE

Forward Paul George had 38 points as the best scorer of the Oklahoma City Thunder, who in his visit to the Oracle Arena beat home 105-125 to the Golden State Warriors, who lost the second game in a row.

The Thunder (31-24) with their win stopped a four-game losing streak, while the Warriors (41-13) lost for the third time in four games.

The base Russell Westbrook was close to triple-double with 34 points, nine rebounds and nine assists, being 36 minutes on the field of play and this time he won the individual duel to his former teammate forward Kevin Durant.

Golden State Warriors player Stephen Curry (2l) fights for the ball with Russell Westbrook (l) of the Oklahoma City Thunder during the NBA game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Golden State Warriors in the Oracle Arena in Oakland (United States) this February 6, 2018. EFE

Reserve baseman Jerami Grant contributed 16 points, while Spanish guard Alex Abrines added nine points in 24 minutes, scoring 3 of 7 field goals (3 of 7 triples) and rebounding.

The forward Carmelo Anthony suffered a sprained right ankle early in the game and left the field having been only six minutes in action, he had no points.

The Warriors had as leader of the attack to Durant, with 33 points and six rebounds.
The base Stephen Curry contributed 21 points, five rebounds and five assists, while the guard Klay Thompson added 12 goals for the Golden State team.

The Warriors lost for the first time in seven games to face an opponent who had beaten them this season 91-108 on November 22, in a duel held in Oklahoma City. efe

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