Turnovers Cost Warriors in First Loss of Season

Turnovers cost Warriors first loss of the season.


A season-high 27 turnovers cost the Warriors in their first loss of the season, a 107-95 defeat in Phoenix on Sunday. Stephen Curry finished with 28 points, 10 assists and five steals, while Draymond Green had another stellar game - 22 points, nine rebounds and four blocks. The Dubs were without Klay Thompson, who missed his first career game due to injury (sprained right hand). Leandro Barbosa started in place of Thompson and logged 12 points.

The Warriors led for the majority of the game, but the Suns outscored them 36-16 in the fourth to walk away with the win. Next up for Golden State is a Veteran's Day contest with the San Antonio Spurs on Hoops For Troops Night.