The Golden State Warriors were down six nearing a minute to go in the game. Stephen Curry tried to hit Klay Thompson at the top of the key, but defensive specialist Avery Bradley picked off the pass and went in to finish a contested layup.
That was the game, and turnovers was the story of it for the Warriors. The Detroit Pistons, after beating the LA Clippers the evening prior in Southern California, stole a huge road win on Sunday by defeating the defending champs 115-107 at Oracle Arena.
Source: Chris Haynes of ESPN
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