On Thursday night, the Golden State Warriors’ streak without consecutive losses ended at 146 games after the 94-87 loss to the Chicago Bulls. Stephen Curry had his third straight cold shooting night as he scored twenty-three points, shooting 10-27 from the field and 2-11 from the three-point line. Klay Thompson also had a miserable shooting night as he scored just thirteen points, shooting 5-22 from the field and 1-11 from the three-point line. Draymond Green again was the only consistent Warrior player in the game scoring twelve points while gathering eight rebounds and dishing out seven assists.
This was the first game post Kevin Durant injury for the Golden State Warriors. Newly signed Matt Barnes to say the least, was not answer on Thursday night. Given that he is not expected to be the player Kevin Durant is for the Warriors, and that it may take a couple of games for Barnes to learn the Warriors offense and defense, but he was hardly a factor in the game. It’s going to take a tremendous team effort by the Golden State Warriors if they want to keep the number seed in the Western Conference with their superstar sidelined. Catch the next Warriors game as they head to Madison Square Garden to face the New York Knicks for a matinee special today starting at 12:30 p.m.PT/3:30 p.m.ET on ABC!