By By Connor Letourneau Over the past three-plus weeks, as they steamrolled through the early part of their schedule, the Warriors appeared to have quashed even the faintest hope of competitive balance.
But in its 134-111 loss Thursday night to the Bucks at Oracle Arena, Golden State shed its air of invincibility, showing that it is, in fact, beatable. With Draymond Green sidelined by a sprained right foot and toe, the Warriors looked out of sorts on both sides of the ball as they toiled to their biggest blowout since a 40-point defeat to Utah on April 10.
Golden State never seriously threatened after [READ MORE HERE]
Source: SF Gate Sports