Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Golden State Warriors: Live Score and Analysis

Christopher Walder@@WalderSportsContributor IINovember 15, 2013

Andre Iguodala of the Golden State Warriors (6-3) would hit a fadeaway jumper with time expiring to give his team the 116-115 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder (5-3) Thursday night.

Russell Westbrook (31 points, nine rebounds, five assists and three steals) nailed a three-pointer with 2.3 seconds remaining to give the Thunder the lead late in the game after trailing by as much as 14 points in the fourth quarter.

Unfortunately for Oklahoma City, that feeling of elation was soon shattered after Iguodala (14 points and nine assists) hit his jumper to win it all. 

The Warriors hit 14-of-23 from behind the arc on the night, including six from Klay Thompson (27 points, five rebounds and three blocks) and four from Stephen Curry (22 points and nine assists).

They were, however, horribly outplayed on the glass, getting outrebounded by the Thunder 48-31. 

Serge Ibaka finished the game with a career-high 27 points and 13 rebounds, while Kevin Durant chipped in a near triple-double of 20 points, seven rebounds and eight assists.

16 lead changes, nine ties, high-octane offense vs. high-octane offense and one of the most insane endings you will ever see add up to one of the more memorable early-season games in recent memory.

 

Final Score: Golden State Warriors 116, Oklahoma City Thunder 115


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