2.8: Morning Minute -- Monta's 48 not enough, Warriors fall to Thunder; Kings' win streak snapped by T-Wolves
Mindi Bach has your Morning Minute for Wednesday, February 8.
Good morning everyone I'm anybody on the Comcast sports in this city is with your morning minute for Wednesday February 8 and we start off. On the hard -- how about the Warriors hosting Oklahoma city life and I was ready for a big night against the NBA's top team and he delivered he dropped thirty points in the first half alone. A career high 48 points on the night and great moves like that when it anymore con David Lee also with a monster game notched his second career triple double. I just this tell us about -- the Kevin Durant six Kevin Durant for reasons too much down the stretch to bank shot at fifteen seconds left sealed the victory Warriors fall 119. We'll go down to play. You know I think playoff forty minutes. Kind of -- me in the beach room can and couldn't get done so. Good day. King that they haven't beloved lift Minnesota Timberwolves fourth quarter and down three Donte Greene. It's probably a quarter of the tightest game at 82 of the continual this spot next possession Ricky Rubio -- Derrick Williams all love it. He nailed it and he really had a career high fourteen and this is the last chance to Sacramento Donte Greene can take this shot again. This time it doesn't fault his team's three game winning streak get snapped Minnesota's win 86 to eighty. Be sure -- sports net central tonight we have a lot of fun for you to 18 -- pro am at -- Pebble Beach and we hear on the Monterey Peninsula all week we'll come for the fun. And the real competition. Plus the Sharks host Calgary at this point it -- breakout downplay it just a preview -- the Warriors next match up with him and I get. On Thursday so joyous night for sports net central. At six and 1030 but until then have a great --