Golden State WarriorsWarriors
2-9
Sun 11/10, 1:05 AM - Chesapeake Energy Arena
GSW +12.5, O/U 216
Oklahoma City ThunderThunder
4-6
Sun 11/10, 1:05 AM - Chesapeake Energy Arena
GSW +12.5, O/U 216
Warriors
2-9
Thunder
4-6
Lines
Team
Warriors
Thunder
+12.5 (-110)
o216 (-110)
+12.5 (-110)
o216.5 (-110)
+12.5 (-110)
o216 (-110)
+12.5 (-110)
o216 (-110)
+12.5 (-110)
o216.5 (-110)
+12.5 (-110)
o216 (-110)
+12.5 (-110)
o216.5 (-110)
Schedule Summary
GSW
Teams
OKC
11
No. Of Games
10
2-9
Record
4-6
4-7
ATS Record
6-4
36.4%
Cover%
60.0%
8-3
O/U Record
4-6
72.7%
Over%
40.0%
Schedule & Result
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Total Games: 82Record: 4-6 ATS Record: 6-4O/U Record: 4-6
Games: 82Record: 4-6 ATS: 6-4O/U: 4-6
DateOpponentScoreATSO/UB2BThu 10/24@ UTAL 95-100W +9U 221.5NOSat 10/26vs. WASL 85-97L -8.5U 218.5NOSun 10/27vs. GSWW 120-92L -1U 224YESTue 10/29@ HOUL 112-116W +10O 227.5NOThu 10/31vs. PORL 99-102L +1.5U 222NOSat 11/2vs. NOPW 115-104W -2U 227.5NOWed 11/6vs. ORLW 102-94W -2.5U 201NOFri 11/8@ SASL 112-121L +5O 211.5NOSun 11/10vs. GSWW 114-108W -12.5O 216NOMon 11/11vs. MILL 119-121W +9O 219.5YESWed 11/13@ IND-- +1.5O 213NOSat 11/16vs. PHI------NOTue 11/19@ LAC------NOWed 11/20@ LAL------YESSat 11/23vs. LAL------NOTue 11/26@ GSW------NOThu 11/28@ POR------NOSat 11/30vs. NOP------NOSun 12/1@ NOP------YESThu 12/5vs. IND------NOSat 12/7vs. MIN------NOMon 12/9@ POR------NOTue 12/10@ UTA------YESThu 12/12@ SAC------NOSun 12/15@ DEN------NOTue 12/17vs. CHI------NOThu 12/19vs. MEM------NOSat 12/21vs. PHX------NOMon 12/23vs. LAC------NOFri 12/27vs. MEM------NOSat 12/28@ CHA------YESSun 12/29@ TOR------YESWed 1/1vs. DAL------NOFri 1/3@ SAS------NOSun 1/5@ CLE------NOTue 1/7@ PHI------NOWed 1/8@ BKN------YESFri 1/10vs. HOU------NOSun 1/12vs. LAL------NOTue 1/14@ MIN------NOThu 1/16vs. TOR------NOSat 1/18vs. MIA------NOSun 1/19vs. POR------YESMon 1/20@ HOU------YESThu 1/23@ ORL------NOSat 1/25vs. ATL------NOSun 1/26@ MIN------YESTue 1/28vs. DAL------NOThu 1/30@ SAC------NOSat 2/1@ PHX------NOThu 2/6vs. CLE------NOSat 2/8vs. DET------NOSun 2/9vs. BOS------YESWed 2/12vs. SAS------NOFri 2/14@ NOP------NOSat 2/22vs. DEN------NOMon 2/24vs. SAS------NOWed 2/26@ CHI------NOFri 2/28vs. SAC------NOSat 2/29@ MIL------YESWed 3/4vs. LAC------NOThu 3/5@ DET------YESSat 3/7@ NYK------NOSun 3/8@ BOS------YESThu 3/12vs. UTA------NOSat 3/14vs. MIN------NOSun 3/15@ WAS------YESWed 3/18@ MEM------NOWed 3/18@ ATL------NOSat 3/21vs. DEN------NOMon 3/23@ MIA------NOFri 3/27vs. CHA------NOSun 3/29@ GSW------NOTue 3/31@ DEN------NOThu 4/2vs. PHX------NOSat 4/4@ LAC------NOMon 4/6@ LAL------NOWed 4/8vs. BKN------NOSat 4/11vs. NYK------NOSun 4/12@ MEM------YESTue 4/14vs. UTA------NOWed 4/15@ DAL------YES
 
Warriors Lineup
PG
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D'Angelo Russell
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SG
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Jordan Poole
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SF
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Glenn Robinson III
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SF
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Alec Burks
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PF
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Glenn Robinson III
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PF
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Eric Paschall
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C
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Willie Cauley-Stein
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Thunder Lineup
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Chris Paul
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Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
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SF
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Terrance Ferguson
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PF
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Danilo Gallinari
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C
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Steven Adams
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GSW Lineup
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Warriors Lineup
PG
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D'Angelo Russell
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SG
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Jordan Poole
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SF
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Glenn Robinson III
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SF
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Alec Burks
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PF
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Glenn Robinson III
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PF
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Eric Paschall
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C
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Willie Cauley-Stein
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Warriors Injuries
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Omari SpellmanGSW | C
Unlikely to play Wednesday
Spellman was held out of Monday's clash due to a left ankle sprain, and it doesn't appear that he's on track to return Wednesday, leaving Golden State extremely short-handed. Marquese Chriss would be in line for extended minutes at center if Spellman is officially ruled out.
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Kevon LooneyGSW | C
Out another two weeks
Looney has been sidelined since the season opener with a neuropathic condition in his right hamstring. He recently underwent a battery of tests, which showed encouraging results, though he's still expected to miss the next two weeks.
OUT
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Stephen CurryGSW | SG
targeting spring return
Curry was projected to miss at least three months after requiring surgery Nov. 1 to repair his broken left hand, with the short end of that timeline leaving the door open for the star point guard to play at some point prior to the All-Star break. A more recent report had suggested that Curry would be shuttered for the season, but the Warriors quickly refuted the report, and the two-time MVP's comments on the matter offer further optimism that he'll be back on the court again in 2019-20. Based on the "early spring" estimate Curry threw out, it's more likely that he's eyeing a return at some point in March rather than shortly before the All-Star break, but clarity on that front probably won't arrive until he advances further in his rehab. Curry noted Monday that his recovery process from the broken wrist requires a follow-up procedure on his hand in early December, at which time he'll likely have his pins removed from the prior surgery.
OUT
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Alen SmailagicGSW
Out for foreseeable future
Smailagic's ankle injury is apparently severe, and it sounds like he could be out months, rather than weeks. Additional updates should be provided as he goes through recovery steps.
OUT
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Jacob EvansGSW | PG
Still weeks away
Evans has been rehabbing from a left hip strain but is still not all that close to being cleared. A firm timetable should come into focus as he nears full strength.
OUT
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Klay ThompsonGSW | SF
Unlikely to play this year
Thompson has already been ruled out through the All-Star break, and the circumstances surrounding his recovery and the success the Warriors would be having this year would have had to align perfectly for there to be a legitimate reason for him to return before season's end. That is still possible, and while unlikely, the Warriors have not gone ahead and officially ruled Thompson out for the entire season. The team will surely provide update's on Thompson's rehab throughout the season and have a better idea on what his timetable is much later in the year.
OUT
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Damion LeeGSW | PG
Out at least two weeks
With Lee out for the next few weeks, look for Alec Burks and Eric Paschall to see an uptick in minutes at forward. The Louisville product was averaging 10 points and 3.9 boards over his first 11 contests of the 2019-20 campaign prior to the injury.
OUT
 
Thunder Injuries
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Andre RobersonOKC | SF
Out again Tuesday
Roberson will remain sidelined as he continues to work his way back from knee surgery. He's considered day-to-day, with his next chance to play coming Friday against Philadelphia.
OUT
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Terrance FergusonOKC | SF
Unavailable Tuesday
Ferguson stayed behind in Oklahoma City to address the personal situation, ruling him out for Tuesday's matchup. He figures to have a chance to return to action Friday against the 76ers. Hamidou Diallo could start at small forward and nab a few extra minutes in Ferguson's absence.
OUT
GSW Injuries
OKC Injuries
 
Warriors Injuries
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Omari SpellmanGSW | C
Unlikely to play Wednesday
Spellman was held out of Monday's clash due to a left ankle sprain, and it doesn't appear that he's on track to return Wednesday, leaving Golden State extremely short-handed. Marquese Chriss would be in line for extended minutes at center if Spellman is officially ruled out.
GTD
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Kevon LooneyGSW | C
Out another two weeks
Looney has been sidelined since the season opener with a neuropathic condition in his right hamstring. He recently underwent a battery of tests, which showed encouraging results, though he's still expected to miss the next two weeks.
OUT
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Stephen CurryGSW | SG
targeting spring return
Curry was projected to miss at least three months after requiring surgery Nov. 1 to repair his broken left hand, with the short end of that timeline leaving the door open for the star point guard to play at some point prior to the All-Star break. A more recent report had suggested that Curry would be shuttered for the season, but the Warriors quickly refuted the report, and the two-time MVP's comments on the matter offer further optimism that he'll be back on the court again in 2019-20. Based on the "early spring" estimate Curry threw out, it's more likely that he's eyeing a return at some point in March rather than shortly before the All-Star break, but clarity on that front probably won't arrive until he advances further in his rehab. Curry noted Monday that his recovery process from the broken wrist requires a follow-up procedure on his hand in early December, at which time he'll likely have his pins removed from the prior surgery.
OUT
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Alen SmailagicGSW
Out for foreseeable future
Smailagic's ankle injury is apparently severe, and it sounds like he could be out months, rather than weeks. Additional updates should be provided as he goes through recovery steps.
OUT
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Jacob EvansGSW | PG
Still weeks away
Evans has been rehabbing from a left hip strain but is still not all that close to being cleared. A firm timetable should come into focus as he nears full strength.
OUT
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Klay ThompsonGSW | SF
Unlikely to play this year
Thompson has already been ruled out through the All-Star break, and the circumstances surrounding his recovery and the success the Warriors would be having this year would have had to align perfectly for there to be a legitimate reason for him to return before season's end. That is still possible, and while unlikely, the Warriors have not gone ahead and officially ruled Thompson out for the entire season. The team will surely provide update's on Thompson's rehab throughout the season and have a better idea on what his timetable is much later in the year.
OUT
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Damion LeeGSW | PG
Out at least two weeks
With Lee out for the next few weeks, look for Alec Burks and Eric Paschall to see an uptick in minutes at forward. The Louisville product was averaging 10 points and 3.9 boards over his first 11 contests of the 2019-20 campaign prior to the injury.
OUT