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>> Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors waking up Wednesday to what for them is a shocking reality, they're one game away from playoff elimination. The defending NBA champs whooped by the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference finals, 118-94. The Thunder taking a commanding 3-1 lead in the best of seven series.
Tuesday's setback, marking the first back to back losses for the Warriors, who broke the regular season win record and saw the usually superhuman Curry nab his second MVP. But Curry has come down to Earth against the Thunder, outplayed by point guard Russell Westbrook, with Oklahoma's Kevin Durant adding power to the offense.
The Warriors Draymond Green also wilting with a dismal 6 point, 6 turnover performance. Now on the brink, the Warriors look to summon their winning mojo on their home court in Oakland for Thursday's game five.