Russell Westbrook finished with his first triple-double of the season, recording 11 points, 11 rebounds, and 13 assists on the night. Although, it was Dennis Schroder who went off to lead the way with 32 points off the bench, while Paul George had 25 points and Steven Adams added 20 in the win.
The one down side of the night was Thunder rookie Hamidou Diallo getting stretchered off the floor in the fourth quarter, but x-rays confirmed that he avoided any serious injury. The rookie went down while fighting for a rebound against Jonas Jerebko. Diallo was coming off a game that saw him become the first Thunder rookie to go at least 7-for-7 from the floor against the Sacramento Kings. OKC also got Terrance Ferguson back from a two-game absence, but he left in the first quarter with a sprained ankle.
Westbrook began the game just 1-for-6 from the floor, but his team picked him up in just his second game back from a sprained left ankle. George added nine rebounds and five assists to his stat line, while Adams completed a double-double with 11 rebounds.
This is the first four-game losing streak for the Warriors in six years, as they fell despite Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson posting 27 points apiece. Durant added a season-high 14 rebounds, but Golden State was also playing without KD's recent rival, Draymond Green, due to injury.
The Warriors will look to snap this skid on Friday night when they host the Portland Trail Blazers. Meanwhile, the Thunder will return home to host the Charlotte Hornets that same night.