Thunder Can’t Catch Warriors, Lose Sixth Straight

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The Oklahoma City Thunder trailed almost the entire game, and despite taking the lead very briefly, couldn't keep up with Golden State on Sunday night, losing 91-86 to the Warriors at Chesapeake Arena in Oklahoma City.

The Thunder held Golden State to just 36 percent field goal shooting, but OKC shot the same percentage, and made just 3 of 17 from three-point range.

The Warriors never led by more than 10 points, but the Thunder could never put together a big run to take a lead, other than a one-point lead briefly late in the third quarter.

Reggie Jackson paced the Thunder, nearly tallying a triple-double, with 22 points, 11 rebounds, and 8 assists.

Anthony Morrow and Serge Ibaka both had 16 points, with Morrow grabbing 12 rebounds for his first double-double since 2010, and  Ibaka adding 8 rebounds and 5 blocked shots.

Steven Adams was also in double figure scoring with 10 points.

Marreese Speights came off the bench to lead Golden State with 28 points, with Klay Thompson scoring 20 and Stephen Curry 15.

The Thunder have lost six in a row, and dropped to 3-12 on the season.

Golden State improved to 10-2.

OKC's four-game homestand continues Wednesday night against Utah at 7:00.


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