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The Golden State Warriors (46-14) came alive in the second half and throttled the Oklahoma City Thunder (34-27) down the stretch to capture a 112-80 win at Oracle Arena on Saturday night.
The defending champions were up just four points with 3:54 remaining in the third quarter, but a 14-0 run to close the frame allowed them to gain the upper hand. That dominance continued as they outscored the Thunder 28-14 in the fourth quarter.
Russell Westbrook, meanwhile, was limited to 15 points (4-of-15 shooting), 12 boards and seven dimes. As a team, the Thunder shot 33.0 percent from the field and 26.5 percent from three.