Ugly stat shows Steph's hard-to-believe OT shooting numbers originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea
The Warriors' latest loss came at the hands of the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night, who delivered Golden State a 119-114 defeat in overtime at Target Center.
It was the Warriors' fourth OT loss in five chances this season, and it came courtesy of a crippling fourth-quarter collapse. Star guard Steph Curry -- typically one to lead Golden State's offensive charge -- was nowhere to be found in the game's second half and in overtime, posting only eight points compared to his 21 first-half points.
Curry's OT woes apparently aren't anything new.
On Wednesday, Curry went scoreless in OT on 0-of-3 shooting with three missed 3-pointers, including one last-ditch effort with three seconds left.
The Warriors' lone OT win this season came against the Atlanta Hawks on Jan. 2, when Curry was sidelined with a left shoulder injury.
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And while the Splash Brother has been a major contributor to Golden State's wins in regulation this season, the Warriors certainly could use his shooting presence in OT as well.
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