The Golden State Warriors scored an incredible 47 points in the 3rd quarter of Saturday nights game in Philadelphia to comeback and beat the Sixers by a score of 124-116. The Warriors improve to 12-4.
The Warriors tie their largest halftime deficit overcome for a victory after trailing by 22 at the half (74-52), that matches a 22-point comeback win on February 15, 1988 at San Antonio when they trailed 79-57 at the half – then ended up winning 126-122 via the @WarriorsPR twitter account.
Stephen Curry put up 35, with 5 rebounds, and 5 assists. Kevin Durant dropped 27, with 5 rebounds, and 3 assists. Klay Thompson put up 17, David West had 14, and Zaza Pachulia had 10. The Warriors outscored the Sixers 47 to 15 in the 3rd quarter.
Kevin Durant puts up a shot in Philadelphia Saturday night via @NBA twitter account.
The Warriors head to Brooklyn for a 6 PM match-up against the Nets tomorrow night, and then to Oklahoma City Wednesday night for a match-up against Kevin Durant’s ex-squad, Russell Westbrook and the Thunder.