It took 96 games for the 2015-16 Golden State Warriors to lose two games in a row. As impressive as that accomplishment is, the team with the most wins in regular-season history now has to take three in a row to avoid elimination from the postseason.
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The Oklahoma City Thunder followed up an overwhelming blowout of the Warriors in Sunday's Western Conference Finals Game 3 with another dominant showing in Game 4, beating the 73-win defending champions 118-94. The contest proved more competitive than the previous game but no less a statement of OKC's apparent superiority in this matchup. Much as in the conference semifinals against the San Antonio Spurs, the Thunder have made a historically great squad look slow and overmatched the most devastating mix of length and athleticism in the NBA. The Warriors' much-feted and transformative offense has struggled to create decent looks with any ease or regularity, and theRead More »from Thunder overwhelm Warriors again, move within a win of NBA Finals