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Andre Iguodala brings down the Thunder

Oklahoma City rumbled back against the Warriors last night in the fourth quarter, knocking down 12 unanswered points to gain the one-point lead with seconds left. Golden State got it together just in time, however, and finally got the ball in Andre Iguodala's hands.

Andre Iguodala brings down the Thunder

Oklahoma City rumbled back against the Warriors last night in the fourth quarter, knocking down 12 unanswered points to gain the one-point lead with seconds left. Golden State got it together just in time, however, and finally got the ball in Andre Iguodala's hands.

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