Original title: NBA regular season: Holmgren 36+10 career night, Thunder sent Warriors to 6-game losing streak and Alexander had 40 points
On November 19th, Beijing time, in the NBA regular season, the Thunder defeated the Warriors 130-123 to win four consecutive games, while the Warriors suffered a six-game losing streak. The Thunder led by 2 points in the first quarter, and then the Warriors overtook the lead to 18 points. The Thunder counterattacked wildly in the second half. In the final quarter, they overtook the game and entered the decisive moment. Wiggins made a sure-shot 1.6 seconds before the end, and Holmgren scored a three-pointer. The tie went into overtime; in overtime SGA and Holmgren won the victory for the Thunder.
Thunder: Alexander had 38 points, 6 assists and 5 rebounds, Jaylen Williams had 22 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists, Chet had 36 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists, Gidi had 11 points and 5 rebounds, and Joe had 10 points and 4 rebounds.
Warriors: Curry 25 points and 6 rebounds (8 of 21), Klay 16 points and 3 assists, Wiggins 31 points and 3 assists (12 of 17), Paul 12 points and 10 assists, Looney 6 points and 14 rebounds, Kuminga 13 Scored 5 rebounds.
Holmgren had a career night in this game, scoring 36 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals and 1 block, making 14 of 22 shots, 2 of 5 three-pointers, and a shooting percentage of 63.6%. (Of course, SGA’s total of 40 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists was also very explosive)
Before the game, the Warriors officially announced Curry’s return.
Cole changed to Paul, Curry, Klay, Wiggins, and Rooney to form the starting five.
Clay made all three-point fouls in the opening game. Holmgren responded with a three-pointer. Dort hit another three-pointer. Holmgren faced Rooney and made a fadeaway mid-range shot. Clay hit a three-pointer and then Wiggin Si completed the mid-range shot, Curry also succeeded in a throw, and Holmgren hit the basket. Rooney responded by eating Holmgren, Chet immediately shot Rooney, SGA responded with 6 consecutive points after Curry hit a three-pointer, Alexander assisted Joe with a maximum three-pointer to beat the buzzer, and the Thunder led the Warriors 33-31.
In the second quarter, Holmgren made two free throws to start the game. Kuminga, Saric, and Holmgren dunked under the basket. After Paul’s three-pointer, Jaylen stole the ball. Curry hit Gidi with a three-pointer and completed two free throws. The Warriors suddenly hit an 11-3 climax to reverse the situation. Clay and Wiggins both hit three-pointers one after another. The Warriors opened the point difference to 10 points before halftime. (61-51).
In the third quarter, Jaylen succeeded in breaking through. Wiggins responded from the mid-range. SGA broke through and hit again. After Curry hit a three-pointer, Paul also hit a three-pointer. After Wiggins broke through and hit again, the Warriors led to 16 points to stop the Thunder. Then Alexander and Holmgren played an 8-0 spurt to narrow the point difference. After Moody’s breakthrough, Kuminga succeeded again. SGA responded with a three-pointer and succeeded again. Joe hit a three-pointer to catch up with only 4 points. points, the Thunder shot 34-26 in the third quarter to narrow the point difference to 2 points.
The Warriors opened the gap 7-0 in the final quarter, but after Gidi hit a three-pointer, Jaylen Williams exploded. He scored 10 points in a row to help the Thunder even the difference and stop the Warriors. After Holmgren counterattacked 2+1, the Thunder had already pulled to 6 points. After Wiggins broke through, SGA hit a three-pointer and then Cole called a timeout. After Curry hit a three-pointer, Wiggins hit a three-pointer and the two teams tied again. SGA made a key mid-range shot. Paul also hit a three-pointer and the Warriors took the lead again. Wiggins made a key three-pointer. SGA caused a foul by Wiggins and made two free throws to equalize again. , the Thunder missed the alley-oop, Wiggins made a three-pointer with 1.6 seconds, and Holmgren tied the game with a three-pointer at the buzzer.
In overtime, Clay hit two irons and missed a three-pointer. SGA counterattacked successfully. Paul responded with a three-pointer. Holmgren feinted Wiggins and made two free throws. SGA pulled out Paul and the Thunder led by 2. point. Wiggins missed the throw and SGA hit the pull-up to stop the Warriors. After Curry hit a three-pointer, SGA hit the mid-range shot and then blocked Curry for a layup. Wiggins missed the three-pointer and Klay didn’t hit the three-pointer either. In the middle, the Warriors fouled Jaylen and made two free throws. Wiggins missed the throw and the game came to an end.
[Both teams start]
Thunder: Alexander, Holmgren, Jaylen Williams, Gidi, Dort;
Warriors: Curry, Klay, Paul, Wiggins, Looney;
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