The OKC Thunder played the Golden State Warriors in their second consecutive matchup. They were victorious in the first of the two, but the caveat of no Steph Curry and, to a lesser extent, no Draymond Green rang in the back of Thunder fans’ minds.
Last night, however, Curry returned to the lineup, making the Warriors that much more dangerous.
An unreal comeback for the OKC Thunder against the Golden State Warriors leaves fans jaw-dropped.
Golden State came out swinging, with Curry and Klay Thompson striking fear and flashbacks into the hearts of every OKC Thunder fan. “The Splash Brothers” shot eight of 20 combined from the three-point line, but each one felt like a backbreaker.
They led the OKC Thunder by ten at the half and would push the lead to 18 in the middle of the third quarter. The Warriors also had significant contributions from players who still needed to meet their expectations during the season. Jonathan Kuminga led the bench unit with 13; Former-Thunder guard Chris Paul was in complete command as the floor general, notching twelve points and eleven assists, contributing four three-pointers of his own, although not as much of the back-breaking variety.
But it was infamous OKC Thunder killer Andrew Wiggins who woke up to score 31 points, hitting five three-pointers of his own in the process.
No other more backbreaking than a three-pointer he hit with three seconds left to put the Warriors up 117-114, seemingly putting the nail in the coffin of the OKC Thunder.
But then, something unique happened…