Golden State switched places with the Oklahoma City Thunder Monday night. After going undefeated in the regular season 3-0 with second half comebacks, the Warriors were on the receiving end this time and the Thunder's powerful comeback on Golden State stunning a Roaring-less Oracle crowd who filed out of the arena quietly.
After the game many adjectives were used to describe OKC's play and a loss of momentum and turnovers would be one of the many issues for Golden State down the stretch.
Draymond Green immediately walked off the court after the game and the Thunder reacted as if they didn't beat the World Champions at Oracle, known as one of the hardest places to play and win in all of the NBA.
When asked about that lack of emotion after the game Durant responded. "We have a lot more of basketball to play; the Thunder are in the drivers seat and the Warriors are licking their chops hoping to get a win at home before they tip-off in OKC on Sunday.
Here are the sights and sounds post game from the players and Warriors head coach Steve Kerr.