Bogut returns, but Warriors fall to the red-hot Spurs 111-105

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By 95.7 THE GAME

The Spurs continued their hot win-streak and beat the Warriors, 111-105 on Monday night. 

Kevin Durant returned after missing two games from an ankle sprain, dropping 24 points. 

Maestro of the mid-range J --KD connects on back-to-back buckets to close the gap.-- @NBCSAuthentic & @espn pic.twitter.com/xgHcfmGeW7

— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) March 19, 2019

Andrew Bogut made his return earlier than expected. Originally, he was going to make his return back at Oracle after this four-game road trip but DeMarcus Cousins has a sore foot and this forced Bogut to make his return earlier. 

Bogut even started tonight and he didn't look too bad at all. He finished with 7 points and 7 rebounds. 

B--G--T finishes through contact!-- @NBCSAuthentic & @espn pic.twitter.com/Os5waRAyGL

— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) March 19, 2019

The Splash Brothers had an odd night. They couldn't buy a bucket in the first half. They eventually found it (some what) in the second half but they still finished a combined 14-43 from the floor. 

How typical is it for Steph to hit this crazy shot though? 

STEPHEN CURRY #BeforeTheLight pic.twitter.com/6ap0vsgq0z

— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) March 19, 2019

That was his first three of the game. Despite struggling, he still finished with 25 points. 

The Warriors now have to get on a plane and head to Minnesota where they'll take on the Timberwolves tomorrow night. This is a tough back-to-back. Tip-off is at 5 PM tomorrow. Coverage starts at 3:30 PM on 95.7 The Game!