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Stephen Curry returned to the Golden State Warriors‘ lineup but couldn’t help them end their losing streak as they fell 130-123 to the Oklahoma City Thunder in overtime Saturday.

Curry scored 25 points on 8-for-21 shooting and 5-for-11 from 3 in his first game since taking a hard fall Sunday against the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The Warriors led by three with 3.0 seconds after an Andrew Wiggins 3, but Chet Holmgren made a game-tying 3 of his own to send the game to overtime, where Oklahoma City outscored Golden State 13-6.

Golden State has now lost six straight games, including the past five at home.

Guard Gary Payton II didn’t play Saturday due to a strained muscle in his left foot. He is set to be reevaluated over the weekend.

Source : ESPN


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