ATLANTA — The Warriors entered Monday’s game against the Atlanta Hawks with a good opportunity to earn a much-needed win. Instead, they didn’t give themselves a chance.
The Warriors (4-18) lost to the Hawks, 104-79, Monday at State Farm Arena. Coming off a tightly contested game against the Orlando Magic that came down to the final shot, the Warriors also welcomed back center Kevon Looney against a Hawks (5-16) team that had previously lost 10 straight games.
After going into the second quarter with a 23-20 lead, the Warriors gave up a 12-4 run, only to fall behind 32-27 with 7:19 left in the half.