Stephen Curry scored 25 points in his return to the lineup, but it wasn’t enough as the Golden State Warriors fell 130-123 to the Oklahoma City Thunder in overtime.

Curry missed the previous two games due to a right knee injury. He was injured after taking a hard fall in the second half of Sunday’s defeat to the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Golden State dropped both contests during Curry’s brief absence and has now lost six straight overall. Veteran guard Chris Paul started in Curry’s place, while rookie Brandin Podziemski saw extended minutes off the bench.


Curry was off to a hot start early in the campaign, averaging 30.7 points and shooting 44.6% from beyond the arc.

The Warriors dropped to 6-8 following Saturday’s defeat.

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