Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Golden State Warriors

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The Oklahoma City Thunder (1-4) take on the Golden State Warriors (1-1) at Chase Center

Game Time: 8:30 p.m. EDT Saturday, October 30, 2021

Oklahoma City Thunder 0, Golden State Warriors 0 (8:30 p.m. ET)

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

Tommy Beer @TommyBeer
Only three NBA players have attempted more than 20 three-pointers this season and are shooting better than 53% from downtown.
One is Seth Curry. The other two are Knicks PG: Derrick Rose and Kemba Walker.
(reminder: Elfrid Payton was the Knicks starting PG last season) – 8:17 p.m.

Joe Musatto @joe_mussatto
Josh Giddey has only worked for two teams: the Thunder and the Warriors.
Insight from Giddey’s dad on those workouts, a Warriors and Thunder promise to go ‘underground’ on draft day: oklahoman.com/story/sports/2… – 8:13 p.m.

Sarah K. Spencer @sarah_k_spence
Trae Young with a fault on Seth Curry then a technician.
The Sixers take a 19-6 lead. – 7:57 p.m.

Gina Mizell @ginamizell
Trae Young is upset with this rude call on Curry’s 3-point attempt. He wakes up. A fan shouts that Trae has “terrible hair!”
It’s spicy! – 7:57 p.m.

Gina Mizell @ginamizell
Doc mentioned before the game that he wanted to experiment with a Harris-Niang-Embiid formation and was figuring out which guards to use. It’s on the floor now, with Milton and Curry – and just drove to an Embiid 3. – 7:55 p.m.

Keith Smith @KeithSmithNBA
Al Horford are 36 minutes away from starting the second extra time.
The most minutes he played in 28 games for OKC last year was 34. – 7:52 p.m.

Kevin Chouinard @KL Couinard
The Hawks go to Seth Curry early with De’Andre Hunter like they did in Game 7 with Kevin Huerter. – 7:47 p.m.

SiriusXM NBA @SiriusXMNBA
Are the #Warriors back?
Longtime NBA shooter Raja Bell tells Zach Harper and Amin Elhassan why he can’t wait to see this team play when Klay Thompson returns #DubNation pic.twitter.com/DXO8YO772d7:45 p.m.

Marc Haynes @markhaynesnba
Stephen Curry and Otto Porter get shot before the game.
#DubNation pic.twitter.com/toXCIaN77g7:41 p.m.

Mount Poole @MontePooleNBCS
A little pre-game Stephen Curry. . . pic.twitter.com/PNS6VedS4j7:37 p.m.

Kerith Burke @KerithBurke
For future reference because I just asked her directly: Bjelica wants her nickname to be spelled BELI. – 7:18 p.m.

Rylan Stiles @Rylan_Stiles
Mark Daigneault calls the Paycom Center hosting the Blue & Thunder a “big plus”. This probably won’t result in players playing 2 games in 1 day, they will be able to “reconnect” to the team quickly like Vit Krejci did this week. Train with Les Bleues and sit on the sidelines with OKC. – 7:18 p.m.

Rylan Stiles @Rylan_Stiles
Mark Daigneault said Jeremiah Robinson-Earl found a rhythm inside the Warriors game and was a good game for them. Says they’re trying to figure out what the best version of this team looks like, and it also lets them use Favors differently. – 7:15 p.m.

Rylan Stiles @Rylan_Stiles
Mark Daigneault confirms that everyone is available apart from the players who stayed with the Blues, Vit Krejci, Aaron Wiggins, Paul Watson jr and Tre Mann. – 7:13 p.m.

brandon rahbar @brandon rahbar
Mark Daigneault on SGA: “I don’t micromanage it. The only things they can slow him down are really good defense or really bad training. – 7:10 p.m.

Rylan Stiles @Rylan_Stiles
Mark Daigneault starts Jeremiah Robinson-Earl tonight. – 7:10 p.m.

Joe Musatto @joe_mussatto
Thunder Starters vs. Warriors
– Gilgeous-Alexander
– Giddey
– Sleeps
– Bazley
– Robinson Earl – 7:09 p.m.

Rylan Stiles @Rylan_Stiles
Mark Daigneault on Shai Gilgeous-Alexander catch and shoot “I don’t micromanage him, he corrects the course pretty well. The only two things that can disrupt his rhythm are really good defense and really bad training. – 7:08 p.m.

Rylan Stiles @Rylan_Stiles
Mark Daigneault on Aleksej Pokusevski and Kenrich Williams connect “a lot when we play through K-Rich poku found cuts. They are team guys. k-Rich gives a lot of confidence to our team. Said Kenrich put his arm around Poku. – 7:07 p.m.

Golden State Warriors PR @WarriorsPR
Warriors Against Thunder | In numbers pic.twitter.com/IZ98hDByQU7:02 p.m.

Kerith Burke @KerithBurke
Kerr’s Bold Prediction: Steph Curry will score in the 4th quarter against OKC. – 6:54 p.m.

Kerith Burke @KerithBurke
Damion Lee is OUT with a shoulder contusion… The Warriors will miss his 28 minutes per game off the bench and 14.2 ppg. Kerr says that means more minutes for Jordan Poole and opens the door for Moses Moody. – 6:54 p.m.

Anthony Slater @anthonyvslater
Jonathan Kuminga is not expected to be part of the Warriors scripted rotation tonight, but he is active/available should the opportunity arise. Kerr: “His time will come.” – 6:53 p.m.

Kendra Andrews @kendra__andrews
Steve Kerr on Steph not scoring in the fourth quarter so far this season: “If there’s one thing I don’t worry about, it’s Steph Curry’s score. Looks like the biggest lucky break of all time. – 6:49 p.m.

Mount Poole @MontePooleNBCS
Damion Lee (shoulder) is out tonight, but both Juan Toscano-Anderson and Jonathan Kuminga are available, according to Warriors coach Steve Kerr. – 6:47 p.m.

Marc Haynes @markhaynesnba
Golden State Warriors rookie Jonathan Kuminga will make his official NBA debut today against the Oklahoma City Thunder. – 6:46 p.m.

Anthony Slater @anthonyvslater
Damion Lee went out tonight with a bruised shoulder. Jonathan Kuminga, Juan Toscano-Anderson and Moses Moody are available for Warriors vs OKC. – 6:46 p.m.

Nick Friedel @Nick Friedell
Kerr says Damion Lee (shoulder) is out tonight. Kuminga will be active. – 6:46 p.m.

Kendra Andrews @kendra__andrews
Damion Lee is OUT tonight against the Thunder. Both Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody will be active. – 6:46 p.m.

Golden State Warriors PR @WarriorsPR
Warriors recall Moses Moody of Santa Cruz pic.twitter.com/ucEKL5IBuz6:09 p.m.

Tom Moore @TomMoorePhilly
#Hawks coach Nate McMillan: “Yeah, they’re a bit different (without Simmons), but they’re going to keep playing through Embiid.” Curry is going to get (lots of outside stares). – 6:07 p.m.

Joe Musatto @joe_mussatto
Golden State probably would have picked Josh Giddey at No. 7, but of course OKC drafted him 6th.
I caught up with Warrick Giddey about Josh’s workouts with the Thunder and Warriors, and how things went days before the draft:
oklahoman.com/story/sports/2… – 4:52 p.m.

Golden State Warriors PR @WarriorsPR
Celebrating 75 Years of Warriors Basketball
Tonight’s winner: Cazzie Russell pic.twitter.com/vre7EKnlT33:49 p.m.



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