Warriors almost made 23 point comeback but got stop short

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By Steven Luker

Suns 123 Warriors 115

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Warriors couldn’t cash in

The Golden State Warriors couldn’t extend their winning streak to two games and lost in phoenix against the Suns before traveling back home to play the spurs in the in season tournament.

Chris Paul vs. Scott Foster

Chris Paul has some history with NBA referee Scott Foster and is only three wins and 18 losses entering the game. In the second quarter things didn’t go as planned for Paul who got called for a foul by Foster and then Paul started to talk to Foster and question the call and Paul received his first technical foul questioning the call by Foster. Then a couple seconds later he was still talking with Foster and it looked like Foster had enough with Paul so he decided to throw out Paul from the game. Steve Kerr also received a technical foul from Foster. Chris Paul’s record now against Scott Foster is now three wins and 19 losses in his career.

Thompson set another career high in points

Klay Thompson tonight set another record in this season and made a new career high in points tonight in the loss to the Suns. Tonight Thompason had a career high 23 points and six three pointers in tonight’s contest.

Next for the Warriors

The Golden State Warriors will be wrapping up their first round in season tournament in a couple of days time and they will host one then travel to Sacramento for another. The Warriors will host the San Antonio Spurs on Friday the 24th the day after Thanksgiving. Then the Warriors will travel to Sacramento to play the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday the 28th of November.

Key Stats from the game

Klay Thompson tonight was the lead scorer for the Warriors scoring 23 points for them tonight. The Warriors lead rebounder was Moses Moody with nine rebounds in the game. Chris Paul and Stephen Curry tied with six assists each in the game. Paul is also the only one who got ejected and double techanal fouled in the game tonight as well.  

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