Suns beat Warriors for first time since 2014

They ‘beat the crap out of us’ Suns upset Warriors to continue surprising surge

They ‘beat the crap out of us’ Suns upset Warriors to continue surprising surge

That's why the Suns' best win of 2018-19 - a 115-111 down-to-the wire upset - naturally doubles as the Warriors' worst loss, according to Klay Thompson.

During the Golden State Warriors' home loss to the lowly Phoenix Suns on Sunday, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was caught on camera saying something along the lines of, "I'm so fu**in exhausted of Draymond's sh*t", referring to power forward Draymond Green. The Golden State Warriors are allowing 35.2 percent shooting from deep and are grabbing 46.2 rebounds per game.

The Suns hadn't beaten the Warriors since November 2014, and hadn't won in Oakland since February 2011. Thompson had a team-high 28 points in the defeat.

Curry started 0 for 5 and missed his initial four 3-point tries before connecting from deep 4:35 before halftime and finished with 18 points on 6-of-20 shooting.

Then again, the Warriors are not only a Kevin Durant better than the Phoenix Suns, and if this exact Suns team added Kevin Durant, they would still not be as good as the current Warriors sans Durant.

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Cleveland, meanwhile, makes another big move as it looks to reach the playoffs for the first time since 2002. The Browns will trade a first round pick, third round pick and Jabrill Peppers to the Giants for Beckham.

Durant sustained a right ankle contusion midway through the payoff period as the reigning two-time National Basketball Association champion fell short of their comeback against the league's worst club.

"I expect our crowd to go into it, too", he said. Like, I know it's not the playoffs, but it is our last go-around at Oracle. We need that energy, especially this time of year.

"It's hard to conjure up we expect our fans to kind of bring that from the jump". And a victory like last night's is one that will help carry the core in that direction if they are only given the help at the two lacking positions that they so desperately need. The moment came with just over a minute left in the team's loss to the Pheonix Suns at home. We have pretty much everybody healthy, " Stephen Curry said.

Anyway, I'm sure the reaction to these quotes will be completely mild and we won't have 24 hours of pundits absolutely losing their minds. Yep.

Overall, though, the Warriors are in a bit of a funk.

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