Over the past five games, the Thunder is averaging 19 turnovers.

Opponents have converted those giveaways into 22.4 points. Thursday night's loss at Golden State was about as bad as the turnover problem has been for the Thunder this season. OKC coughed up the ball 19 times, leading to 29 Warriors points. Four Thunder players had at least three turnovers.

Making matters worse, the Thunder forced just seven Warriors turnovers, which resulted in only nine points. Golden State walked into the game averaging a league-worst 20 turnovers.

After the game, Kevin Durant took responsibility for his team's turnover woes.

“I'm terrible in that area, and it's contagious,” said Durant, who had five Thursday and is averaging 4.4 turnovers this season. “I'm the leader. I can't go out there and get five turnovers a game. My teammates see that and they think they can be lax with the ball. I just can't do that. I'm the leader, man. It's contagious.”