For the first time in nearly two years, the Golden State Warriors have lost two in a row in the regular season after falling to the Chicago Bulls 94-87 on Thursday.
For any other team, this wouldn’t be too far of a departure from the norm, but the Warriors are far from a normal squad. They won an NBA-record 73 regular-season games last year and have made back-to-back Finals appearances.
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Despite Thursday’s loss – the Warriors’ second straight since Kevin Durant injured his knee and first without him – Golden State is still three games up on the Spurs for the best record in the NBA, but Steve Kerr apparently takes no solace in that fact. The Warriors head coach showed his frustration Thursday night, dropping a broken clipboard and tossing a marker.
Back-to-back losses for the Warriors for the first time since 2015