Russell Westbrook recalled his first triple triple season as Oklahoma City had defeated Golden State Warriors 123-95 on Wednesday in a game where rookie Hamidou Diallo's game was thrown on an extension with 7:17 pounds with obvious injury on the left.
Diallo's left legs were stabilized as he had his wheel off approved by Oracle Arena crowd. Diallo was credited about resuming losing Jonas Jerebko when both went down hard.
Westbrook started 1 for 6, then hitting his path, ending with 11 points, 13 assistants, 11 conflicts. This was his second game since losing five with left left ankle, then another when Saturday twin girls welcomed.
Paul George had 25 points, nine resumes and five assistants and Steven Adams contributed 20 points and 11 a second time as Thunder sent the NBA champions twice to defend a four-game scid in almost six years.
Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson scored 27 points second with Durant collecting 14 best Recovery recalls for the Warriors, who once again played without the All Star, Stephen Curry and Draymond Green competitors, as well as the fund at back of Alfonzo McKinnie.
Clearly in pain, Diallo moved himself off the court and was under a basket for several minutes.
In losing Monday at Sacramento, Diallo became the first ever rookie Thunder to go at least 7 at 7pm on the floor. He made his 3 points trying on the way to 18 points.
Westbrook 3-pointers 4:17 before half term gave Thunder ahead 50-37.
The Warriors, who came off the 108-100 Thunder in their opening season on October 16 and won the last three games, spent 60-46 during half term with only 11 support for 10 turns but the third opened with running 13-2 to get within 62-59.
Although Golden State had lost 10 of the last 17 games last season, the Warriors had not suffered a strike losing four games during the regular season since they turned four consecutively on February 26 March, 2013. We did They lost six straight away just before that in February 13.
Terrance Ferguson OKC returned from the absence of two games as he welcomed a baby, went down on the first 5:41 mark with a left ankle having sprayed and did not return.
CARADISE FOR PARADISE
The Warriors held the boys and girls basketball teams of the town of Paradise Paradise North, by Fire of the Gwersyll.
Rick Welts COO of the State Gold and on Jordan Bell greeted the coaches of Jerry Cleek and Sheila Craft, players and main Loren Lighthall together with other pre-game conferences.
Of the 31 players present, 29 lost their homes in the fire.
"It's great. It's so much for the children," said Cleek, who has been in the 52-year school.
Players and trainers Golden State Steve Kerr offered messages on the big screen in the second quarter. Six crews signed by Curry, Durant, Green, Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston and Thompson – were selling auction while the team also raised money through the CrowdRise site, with Warriors equivalent to $ 25,000.
Kerr appreciated the efforts of the Warriors to support fire victims during a "tragic" period.
"We do what we can, and I think people will appreciate it, but obviously there is a lot more need than people who are there to come to a basketball game," says Kerr. "I would urge everyone out of chips and help any way they can."
Thunder: The Thunder improved to 2-4 on the road against the West Conference. Nerlens returned to Noel after losing the game on Monday with illness, then hitting the face on the 9:24 mark. He was able to come back. … G Alex Abrines was out with viral illness. … OKC won at Oracle 125-105 on February 6 this year.
Warriors: The Warriors left 8-2 in the home, 5-1 facing West. Curry lost his seventh straight game with a left corner strained and will be out at least by a Saturday meeting with Sacramento. He has arranged to be re-evaluated that day. Green was close to the sixth time in eight games – five of them were waking up a leaflet while he was also sitting out last Tuesday against Atlanta due to a suspension given by a team. … McKinnie had lost fourth consecutive due to left-up disease.
Thunder: Start four game horses by holding Charlotte on Friday.
Warriors: Host Trail Blazers on Friday after winning the last seven at home vs. Portland but lost two straight away.