Top English clubs of all time: the teams that have won the most trophies
Top English clubs of all time: the teams that have won the most trophies

They were behind early on in their game against the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday night at Chase Centre because Stephen Curry hurt his ankle and couldn’t play.

The Warriors fell 19 points behind in the first half as the Spurs got better from three-point range. Along with making 62.5% of their shots from beyond the line, the Spurs made 10 3-pointers in the first half against Golden State’s weak defence.

The Warriors tried many times to cut into the Spurs’ lead, but it wasn’t enough. Even without Victor Wembanyama, five Spurs players scored 17 points or more, which helped them surprise the Warriors by beating them 126–113 on the road.

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Jonathan Kuminga scored 26 points in 30 minutes, making 10 of 17 field goal attempts, including 19 in the fourth quarter. He also grabbed three rebounds and gave out two assists. Klay Thompson scored 27 points, but it wasn’t enough against the Spurs. He made eight of sixteen shots from the floor and five 3-pointers.

People in the NBA on Twitter had things to say after the Warriors’ ugly loss to the Spurs. Take a look at what fans and experts said on Saturday night.

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