Monday, February 14, 2011
Thunder surrenders to Warriors, 94-100
"We just made too many mistakes to win tonight." - said Nick Collison whose words describe Oklahoma City Thunder's game against Golden State Warriors.
OKC failed to win last night as they fell to the Warriors with a result 94-100. Kevin Durant scored 29 points but committed three turnovers. Stephen Curry, except doing a sensational work of scoring 23 points and 13 assists, he also did a good job at throwing Russell Westbrook off his usual game.
Nick Collison had a season-high of 10 rebounds for the Thunder. James Harden scored eight straight points as OKC held a 28-25 advantage. The lead changed six times as both teams kept fighting for this victory.
Later on, the Thunder didn't give up as Jeff Green scored a three-pointer to make it a one-point game at 93-92.
OKC's focus at stopping Curry and Ellis proved to be a bad call since Reggie Williams took advantage of the gap and scored a three-pointer with only 47.2 seconds left.
After humble Durant made two free throws, David Lee finished the game with a nice dunk.
Next for the Thunder is Sacramento Kings on Tuesday.
See you then.