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The Celtics shocked the world a few days ago when they defeated the Warriors on their home floor, but nobody expected the Dubs to lose in Oracle twice in one week.
The T-Wolves, behind Andrew Wiggins 32 points and Karl Anthony-Towns clutch plays in OT defeated the Warriors 124-117 in OT, stunning the entire Bay Area. Steph Curry had a rare off night and the Warriors committed 24 turnovers in this game.
The Warriors who will host the Spurs on Wednesday have to win their remaining four games to reach 73 wins on the season which would go down as the greatest regular season in NBA history.