Steph Curry scored 33 points, Paul George had an off night, and the Golden State Warriors rolled to a comfortable 110-88 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday. After the first quarter, the Warriors were ahead by 13 already. At half time, the lead was increased to 18. From there, they never relinquished their lead and held on throughout to win what should have been a very tight game easily. And they did so in OKC and without the help of Kevin Durant, too. Overall, OKC only hit 32% from the field, which even carried over to Paul George’s performance.
He scored 29 points, which looks great on paper, but he only hit nine of his 25 field goal attempts. It was just one of those games, and the Warriors have to be credited for making it as such. If they can keep up playing like this, maybe we’ll all stop talking about how they have chemistry issues.