The present NBA champions misplaced their third recreation in a row on Sunday as they had been overwhelmed 104-92 by San Antonio Spurs.


It follows defeats by Houston Rockets and Dallas Mavericks to depart the Warriors 12-6.


5 of them defeats have come away from the Oracle Enviornment and Golden State head dwelling as they face Oklahoma Metropolis Thunder on Wednesday night time (3.30am UK).


The poor run of type has coincided with Steph Curry being out injured, the two-time MVP having missed the final six matches with a groin pressure.




He’s unlikely to be again towards OKC however Durant, who made 26 factors towards the Spurs, has admitted the Warriors’ challengers at present have the upper-hand.


“Groups know what we wish to do,” Durant stated after the defeat to San Antonio.


“They wish to drive us contained in the three-point line, however I believed we had some stable hyperlinks we simply missed tonight.


“Now we have to prepare for the subsequent recreation.




“We’re enjoying totally different line-ups so we’re looking for out the easiest way for us to get good pictures.


“I do know Warriors basketball is 5, six, seven passes in possession however we’re not going to get that at this level.


“We throw it 5 – 6 instances and it’ll find yourself in a guys arms who’s making an attempt to present it again to another person.


“We don’t wish to make passes simply to make passes.




“We’ve acquired to get the ball rolling as rapidly as potential simply to discover a good shot in every possession.


“It’s nonetheless early within the season and we’ve acquired guys nonetheless making an attempt to be taught our system.


“Guys are filling in and making an attempt to do their finest jobs.


“They’re choosing it up fairly quick, we’re struggling taking pictures the basketball however we are attempting laborious.”




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