Highlights: Warriors 110-98 Thunder in NBA 2021-2022
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11:53 PM3 months ago


11:22 PM3 months ago

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11:21 PM3 months ago

Upcoming games

The Golden State team will stay on the road when visiting the Utah Jazz on Wednesday night, while the Thunder will remain at home when they host the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night.
11:21 PM3 months ago

Game is over

The game ends at the Paycom Center, the Warriors' ninth consecutive victory.
11:19 PM3 months ago

4Q | 1:06

The Thunder cut the lead to 7 and there is time out for Oklahoma to adjust their weapons on offense.
11:15 PM3 months ago

4Q | 2:52

The Thunder cut the lead to 7 and there is time out for Oklahoma to adjust their weapons on offense.
11:08 PM3 months ago

4Q | 5:01

Warriors time out, Steve Kerr stops the game to organize his team for the last minutes.
11:02 PM3 months ago


Jonathan Kumingan with the dunk and the Warriors stay up by 13:
10:59 PM3 months ago

4Q | 7:59

Luguentz Dort wins the rebound and dunks in front of the entire Warriors defense. Time out Golden State.
10:48 PM3 months ago

End of the 3rd

The third quarter ends, an advantage of 13 for the Warriors.
10:44 PM3 months ago

Big shot!

Tre Mann with the triple to keep the game difference at 13:
10:33 PM3 months ago

With the hammer!

Kevon Looney with the big dunk to keep the visitors ahead:
10:29 PM3 months ago

3Q | 9:11

The Warriors increase the advantage of the game and move away by 14. Timeout Oklahoma.
10:26 PM3 months ago

3Q | 12:00

The third quarter begins.
10:09 PM3 months ago


We go to rest, advantage of 10 for the Warriors.
10:06 PM3 months ago

Smart shot!

Darius Bazley with the quick kick to beat the clock after a 2 ball:
10:00 PM3 months ago

2Q | 3:41

The Warriors lead by 7 points and there is time out for OKC.
9:58 PM3 months ago

From 3!

Steph Curry's 3-pointer to put the Warriors ahead:
9:53 PM3 months ago

2Q | 8:03

The challenge is good and Curry is not fouled.
9:51 PM3 months ago

2Q | 8:04

Steph Curry's triple with a foul included that will be reviewed to determine if the foul exists and there will be an extra free throw or if not.
9:44 PM3 months ago

2Q | 10:51

The Warriors turn the game around and already win it by 1. Thunder timeout.
9:40 PM3 months ago

2Q | 12:00

The second quarter begins.
9:37 PM3 months ago

End of the 3rd

The first quarter ends, advantage of 3 for the Thunder.
9:34 PM3 months ago

Behind the arc!

Steph Curry begins to warm up and generate points on offense:
9:30 PM3 months ago

1Q | 3:13

Another time out for Golden State, the Warriors can't find a good rhythm offensively and stop the game to make adjustments.
9:29 PM3 months ago

1Q | 3:31

The Warriors start to respond and cut the score to 6.
9:26 PM3 months ago

First basket!

Great job by Josh Giddey, attacking the basket very early in the game and getting his first points:
9:22 PM3 months ago

1Q | 6:25

Very well the OKC team pressuring the Golden State early forcing several losses from the visitors. Time out Warriors.
9:20 PM3 months ago

1Q | 7:22

The game started with a very offensive Oklahoma team pressing the Warriors from the start and taking an 8 lead.
9:13 PM3 months ago

1Q | 12:00

Kevon Looney wins the initial jump and the game begins.
9:04 PM3 months ago

Thunder starting 5!

With this quintet the Thunder comes out to the court of the Paycom Center:
8:58 PM3 months ago

About to start

We are minutes away from the start of the presentation of the game and the previous protocols.
8:51 PM3 months ago

Warriors starting 5!

With Otto Porter Jr. back, this is how the Warriors come out:
8:46 PM3 months ago

Breaking news

Good news, the Oklahoma team has just notified that Luguentz Dort may have minutes in today's game against the Warriors.
8:39 PM3 months ago

A Thunder fell!

With grand style the Thunder arrived at their home, the Paycom Center:
8:33 PM3 months ago

The visitors are here!

The Warriors arrived at the Paycom Center for tonight's duel:
8:29 PM3 months ago

Injury Report

The casualties for this match are as follows:
Warriors: James Wiseman, Otto Porter Jr. (Duda), Andre Iguodala (Duda), Draymond Green and Nemanja Bjelica.
Thunder: Shai Gilgeous Alexander, Aaron Wiggins, Isaiah Roby, Mike Muscala, Luguentz Dort and Jeremaiah Robinson.
8:20 PM3 months ago

Last lineups

In the last game, this was how both teams lined up:
Thunder: Darius Bazley, Tre Mann, Josh Giddey, Ty Jerome and Mamadi Diakite.
Warriors: Andrew Wiggins, Klay Thompson, Steph Curry, Moses Moody and Kevon Looney.
8:15 PM3 months ago

Last duel!

This will be the last game of the series, the first two ended with victory for Golden State by scores of 106-98 and 103-82. The series has already been won by the Warriors, so this game is a mere formality. The victory is more important for the Warriors, as it would leave them with a game difference against the Suns for the Conference lead.
8:07 PM3 months ago

Face to face

A close match between both teams awaits us, here we share the statistics of the season of each one.
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8:04 PM3 months ago

Here we go!

We're just under an hour before the Warriors-Thunder game kicks off at the Paycom Center. Both quintets will go out in search of victory. Who will make it tonight? Follow our coverage on VAVEL.
10:45 PM3 months ago

Stay with us to follow this game LIVE!

In a few moments we will share the starting lineups for the Golden State Warriors vs. Oklahoma City Thunder, as well as the latest information from the Paycom Center. Do not miss any details of the match with minute by minute and live online from VAVEL.
10:40 PM3 months ago

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10:35 PM3 months ago

Steph Curry, a must see player!

The Warriors star is going through a great moment leading the team's offense with 25.9 points, 5.4 rebounds and 6.3 assists per game. Curry is averaging 39.7% shooting from 3-point range and is already the leading 3-point shooter in NBA history. Without this weight above us, we continue to see a great level from the Golden State point guard and with the return of Klay Thompson, he will have greater motivation and confidence knowing that he has a great ally on offense and that the responsibility of the team can be distributed with his great partner.
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Photo: Warriors
10:30 PM3 months ago

Josh Giddey, a must see player!

The Thunder point guard is leading the team and is already the team's top assists and rebounder with an average of 12.0 points, 7.5 rebounds and 6.1 assists per game. Giddey has managed to establish himself as an important piece of the team and has shown that he was a good choice for the team in the 2021 draft. The young promise from Oklahoma has a great future ahead of him and together with Shai Gileous Alexander they will be able to put together a lethal duo that be important in the league.
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Photo: Thunder
10:25 PM3 months ago

How does the Thunder get here?

The Oklahoma team arrives at a time of reconstruction with a record of 17 wins and 35 losses, placing them far from postseason positions. The Thunder arrive after a loss against the Sacramento Kings by a score of 113 to 103. The team is in a period of renewal, some stars have left and the Oklahomans are looking to build a new team capable of fighting for playoff positions with Shai Gilgeous Alexander and Josh Giddey as its main figures. The young promises of the Thunder are going through a great moment and it is expected that their talent added to the offensive capacity of Luguentz Dort and Mike Muscala have a bright future and use this season to continue their development and the coaching staff is capable of building a team with More sorting options.
10:20 PM3 months ago

How does the Warriors arrive?

The Warriors arrive at a great moment and with the return of Klay Thompson, the Warriors are expected to continue fighting to be the absolute leader in the NBA thanks to the best shooter in the league, Stephen Curry. With a record of 40 wins and only 13 losses, the Bay team is doing better than expected and aims to be one of the rivals to beat for the title this season. His best weapon is still shooting from distance, but Golden State's defense is at a very high level and the level is expected to continue to rise once Klay Thompson regains all the level we know he has, the only thing that is hope is for the team's defensive and offensive stats to improve and to see how the Warriors evolve heading into the postseason.
10:15 PM3 months ago

Where's the game?

The Paycom Center located in the city of Oklahoma will host this duel between two teams with opposite realities, while the Warriors fight for the top of the Western Conference, the Thunder is rebuilding to the bottom of the table. This stadium has a capacity for 18,200 fans and was inaugurated in 2002.
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Photo: NBA
10:10 PM3 months ago


Good day to all VAVEL readers! Welcome to the live broadcast of the Golden State Warriors vs. Oklahoma City Thunder game, corresponding to the 2021-2022 NBA regular season. The meeting will take place at the Paycom Center, at 8:00 p.m.