NBA Oklahoma City wins another overtime game against Golden State

Laugh at 138-136 This time too, Holmgren was the ‘solver’ just before the end of the 4th quarter.

Oklahoma City Thunder players rejoice

The Oklahoma City Thunder of the National Basketball Association (NBA) defeated the Golden State Warriors in another close overtime game and rose to second place in the Western Conference.

Oklahoma City defeated Golden State 138-136 in the 2023-2024 NBA regular season home game held at the Paycom Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA on the 9th (Korean time).

Oklahoma City, who took on difficult enemy Golden State, recorded its 14th win (7 losses) and jumped to second place in the West.The gap with first place Minnesota Timberwolves (17 wins, 4 losses) is 3 games.

On the other hand, Golden State (10 wins, 12 losses), struggling with 4 wins and 6 losses in the last 10 games, was unable to recover its .500 winning percentage and fell to 11th place in the West.

For Golden State, the loss on this day was even more painful because they missed a game that seemed like they had it all figured out.

Golden State, who led 118-115 with Stephen Curry’s stepback 3 points 19 seconds before the end of the fourth quarter, cried out due to a foul by Draymond Green, the team’s best defender.

Thanks to Green’s foul eight seconds before the end of the quarter, Chet Holmgren threw three free throws, and all of them were successful, dramatically turning the game around.

In overtime, Golden State ultimately bowed to Oklahoma City, where Holmgren (6 points) and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (5 points) scored evenly despite Ace Curry’s 10-point performance.

Cheering Chet Holmgren

Curry scored 34 points, and Green also worked hard, recording 12 points and 13 assists, but lost concentration in the game and missed victory right before his eyes.

Gilgeous-Alexander exploded with 38 points and recorded 5 steals, showing off his offense and defense.

Center Holmgren also contributed 21 points along with 3 blocked shots.

Oklahoma City defeated Golden State on the 19th of last month after a fierce battle that went into overtime.

Gilgeous Alexander scored 40 points when Oklahoma City won 130-123 in an away game held at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California.

On this day, just before the end of the 4th quarter, when defeat was in sight, Holmgren dragged the game into overtime.

Andrew Wiggins’ 3-point cut through the rim 3 seconds before the end of the fourth quarter seemed to give Golden State the victory, but Holmgren scored 3-pointers just before the quarter-ending buzzer sounded to give Golden State a shout. 19가이드03

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