Golden State Warriors vs. Oklahoma City Thunder preview, prediction, pick for 1/30: Dubs seek third straight win vs. OKCMore than halfway through the season, the Golden State Warriors are still looking for some traction. "We've been teetering on either side of. 500 for a very long time. I'm kind of sick of it at this point, " Warriors star Stephen Curry said. "(We've) got to figure out how to keep moving in the right direction and stack wins, no matter how we can get them. " Golden State heads into Monday's game against the host Oklahoma City Thunder having won consecutive games for the first time in nearly a month.
500, matching their high point of the season. For Golden State to find consistency, Curry figures to play a major role. Curry is coming off his most complete game since returning in early January from missing 11 games with a partially dislocated left shoulder. In Friday's win over Toronto, he had 35 points with 11 assists while attempting just eight 3-pointers. It was the first time since 2019 that Curry had 35 or more points with eight or fewer 3-point attempts. "It looked like he had his pop back, getting by people, getting into the paint and getting by from there, " Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. "Steph is always the key for us and when he's playing at a high level like that, it makes the game a lot easier for everyone.