The Golden State Warriors have broken one of the most dubious losing streaks in all of sports. Wednesday evening the Warriors broke a 30 game losing streak in San Antonio, with a 100-91 win over the Spurs to tie the Western Conference Semi-Final at one game apiece.
The Warriors had not won in San Antonio since Valentine’s Day of 1997.
The Warriors should actually be up 2-0 in their Western Conference Semi-Final series, but blew a 15 point lead with four minutes remaining in a 129-127 loss to San Antonio in game one.
The Warriors got a double double from guard Klay Thompson. The second year player out of Washington State had 34 points and 14 rebounds.