OAKLAND –- The Warriors reverted to their winning ways Thursday night, outlasting the Oklahoma City Thunder 114-109 at Oracle Arena.
One game after their franchise-record 16-game win streak was snapped at Memphis, the Warriors fell behind early but rallied back to remain in front for most of the game to snap the Thunder's seven-game win streak.
Six Warriors scored in double figures, led by Stephen Curry's 34 points. Klay Thompson had 19 points, Draymond Green had 16, Harrison Barnes and Shaun Livingston each put in 12, while Marreese Speights added 10.
The game was in doubt until Barnes drained a turnaround jumper with 17.3 seconds remaining to finish off the Thunder.
The Warriors (22-3) shot 51.1 percent, outscoring Oklahoma City 52-36 in the paint. They overcome a 43-39 rebounding disadvantage by forcing 16 Thunder turnovers while committing only 10.
Thunder star Kevin Durant scored 30 points in 19 minutes before spraining his right ankle in the second quarter. He did not return.
Oklahoma City (12-14) was led by guard Russell Westbrook, who finished with 33 points and eight assists.
Curry and Green, for their comprehensive efforts, individually and collectively, share the honors. Both crept toward triple-double territory.
In addition to his scoring, Curry added nine assists and seven rebounds. He also had four steals.
In addition to his scoring, Green also walked off with nine rebounds and nine assists. He played a game-high 44 minutes.
The Durant injury changed the complexion of the game, but the Warriors already proved their ability to come back.
Down 40-27 with 1:08 left in the first quarter, the Warriors launched a 33-12 rally in less than 10 minutes to take a 60-52 lead with 3:26 left in the second quarter.
Curry scored 11 of the 33 points, with Barnes putting in seven during the run.
Though Oklahoma City rallied to take a 105-104 lead with 2:59 to play, the Warriors regained the lead 18 seconds later and stayed in front the rest of the way.
C Andrew Bogut (chondromalacia and bone edema, right knee) and F David Lee (strained left hamstring) were inactive and remain out indefinitely.
The Warriors return to action Monday night at Oracle Arena, where they face the Sacramento Kings in the first of three games in four nights.