Warriors recovery from after blowing 24 point lead on Tuesday Night

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By Steven Luker

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Warriors come back

The Warriors recovered their winning ways after giving up a 24 point lead on Tuesday versus Kings.  The score at halftime was 61 to 50 Warriors. During this game Stephen Curry got a technical foul. Klay Thompson scored 10 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter in the game tonight. 

Warriors injuries

The Warriors had three players with injuries before this game tip off. Andrew Wiggins was going to miss the game due to an injury after slamming his finger in the car door. So Wiggins’ injury was a strange injury. Chris Paul and Gary Payton II have been out since Tuesday’s game. There was an update to Gary Payton II injury the injury that happened to Payton II injury is dealing with a  suffered a torn right calf .but the team statement states a strained calf. The update with Chris Paul is that he is suffering a left leg nerve contusion.

Hot beginning from the far distance

The Warriors were able to start an early lead and drain a ton of their 3-point shooting. There were Six of the seven Dubs who scored in double-figures in the contest.  The Warriors had made multiple 3-pointers, and the team overall made ten of their first 16 3-point attempts during the game and was lights out. Kuminga was 3-for-5 from distance, he matched Curry for the team-high in threes. Thompson, Green, Saric, Podziemski made two treys apiece. Although the Warriors started to cool down from distance, they still made three more threes than the Clippers, who got five made treys from Harden in the game.

Next for the Warriors

The Warriors will travel to Los Angeles to rematch with the Clippers on Saturday at one pm pacific time. The Warriors will return home on the sixth of December to face off against the TrailBlazers on a Wednesday and the tip off time is set to be at seven pm pacific time. Then the Warriors will travel to Oklahoma to play the Thunder for the third time this season on Friday night at five pm Pacific time.

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