The Golden State Warriors get another chance to prove themselves on the road, this time against the Oklahoma City Thunder. After a quick stop at home where they knocked off the Sacramento Kings, the Warriors are back on the road for four straight away from Chase Center. First at OKC, then Cleveland, Detroit, and Denver.
Golden State Warriors at Oklahoma City Thunder
When: November 3rd, 2023 | 5:00 PM PT
TV: NBC Sports Bay Area, Bally Sports Oklahoma
Radio: 95.7 The Game
Empty injury report for the Warriors tomorrow in Oklahoma City. Everyone available. Thunder will be without Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) November 2, 2023
The Thunder are currently 3-2, coming off of a loss to the New Orleans Pelicans. They will be without their star player Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, but they still have firepower with the likes of Chet Holmgren, Josh Giddey, and Jalen Williams. Those are three lottery picks the Thunder have picked up in the time of the long rebuild after the Kevin Durant-James Harden-Russell Westbrook days when the team made their last finals in 2012.
The team has made blockbuster trades to stash and snatch lottery picks, including trading Chris Paul to the Phoenix Suns. Speaking of Paul, did you know he’s currently balling as a reserve for the Golden State Warriors?
Remember when certain “fans” said Chris Paul was washed and that we’d regret the trade because we got worse.— NO SAUCES ENT. (@b0y1da_) November 2, 2023
The warriors are 1 game away from tying their longest win streak last season with Chris Paul posting
41 assists to 6 turnovers in 5 games
He’s a winning player bro https://t.co/5ZW3PvgXE2 pic.twitter.com/rQV4xEXIOT
And I don’t know if you know this, but apparently the Warriors have a hitlist of all of Paul’s formers teams that they are running down one-by-one like Uma Thurman in Kill Bill. At least that’s my read of the situation after seeing how they dispatched Houston and New Orleans, two former Paul teams, with extreme prejudice.
Steph Curry COOKS Dillon Brooks to make his 4th straight three in crunch time — Guru (@DrGuru_) October 30, 2023
Who ya got, Warriors or OKC?
This poll is closed
Warriors, they will continue avenging CP3
Thunder, their length will give Warriors issues