How season-high 29 turnovers doom Warriors against. Thunder

We mean everything the Warriors did to give the game away Friday night at Paycom Center

The Warriors lost 138-136 in overtime against the Oklahoma City Thunder due to an inexplicable turnover frenzy

Was the Warriors' love of losing the ball bad? I'm surprised the Thunder didn't capitalize on the Warriors' 29 turnovers. Thunder turnovers led to 35 points despite just 11 turnovers for six Warriors points

Oklahoma City had the NBA's top 3-point shooting % and 10th-most threes made per game. The Thunder went 5 of 29 from deep, fortunately for the Warriors. Three-point shooting was 19 of 47 for the Warriors, who led by 42 points

Steve Kerr's hints of Warriors starting lineup alterations made Friday night exciting. Kerr then ran the five he intended to start all season. First half, they rewarded coach faithfulness.

Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, Draymond Green, and Kevon Looney played 10:47 in the opening two quarters. They outscored the Thunder 29-22 with a plus-7 team plus/minus

In the second half, outcomes were worse and the leash shorter. Kerr started Jonathan Kuminga for Looney in overtime after his starting group was minus-4 in the second half over five minutes. Last two games, Kuminga closed for the seasoned center.

Curry led with 34 points, Kuminga 24 off the bench, and Thompson 22. Wiggins guarded Thunder standout Shai Gilgeous-Alexander as Green scored 12 points and had 13 assists for his second consecutive double-double.

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