Warriors Outscore Sixers 47-15 in 3rd Quarter – Tie Largest Halftime Comeback Deficit in Franchise History

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.

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