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Golden State Warriors rallied past the Oklahoma City Thunder for a 136-125 win

In the Western Conference, the outcome put the Warriors (42-38) in fifth place, one half-game ahead of the Los Angeles Clippers (41-38), who are currently in the final spot eligible for the automatic playoffs. Golden State climbed to an NBA-best 33-8 at home and won for the sixth time in its last eight games. In the fourth quarter, the Warriors outscored the Thunder (38-42) by a score of 34-19.

With 34 points, Stephen Curry led the Warriors, and Poole scored 30. Donte DiVincenzo scored 16 points, Moses Moody added 13, and Draymond Green added 17 points and nine rebounds. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander led the Thunder with 32 points as they suffered their third straight defeat. Aaron Wiggins scored 11, Josh Giddey scored 15, Isaiah Joe scored 14, and Jalen Williams scored 19. Luguentz Dort scored 17 points.

 

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