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Ron Kroichick of The San Francisco Chronicle claims that Klay Thompson’s sickness prevented him from practicing. The Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Golden State Warriors on Friday night by a score of 138-136. Golden State Warriors The Warriors committed an incredible 28 turnovers in a tight game that went into overtime. Their next game is…

Ron Kroichick of The San Francisco Chronicle claims that Klay Thompson’s sickness prevented him from practicing.

The Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Golden State Warriors on Friday night by a score of 138-136.

Golden State Warriors

Golden State Warriors

The Warriors committed an incredible 28 turnovers in a tight game that went into overtime.

Their next game is scheduled for Tuesday night in Arizona, where they will play the Phoenix Suns, led by Devin Booker.

The Warriors practiced on Sunday, but Klay Thompson—a four-time NBA Champion—was not there because of an illness.

According to The San Francisco Chronicle’s Ron Kroichick: In addition, Klay Thompson missed practice today due to illness. W intends to rehearse tomorrow before the game on “Tuesday night against the Suns.”

Despite being one of the greatest players of all time, Thompson has had a difficult season.

In 21 games, the five-time NBA All-Star is averaging 15.8 points, 3.9 rebounds, and 2.1 assists while shooting 35.4% from three-point range and 40.4% from the field.

In 737 career regular season games, Thompson’s field goal and three-point percentage are, respectively, 45.4% and 41.4%.

Thompson is still one of the team’s greatest players, so his condition going into Tuesday’s game (against the Suns) will be significant despite his difficulties.

The Warriors are now ranked 11th in the Western Conference after going 10–12 in their first 22 games.

They have finished 4-6 in their last 10 games and 5-6 in the eleven games they have traveled to play outside of San Francisco, California’s Chase Center.

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