While his teammates showered and got dressed, Warriors guard Jarrett Jack sat at his locker, still. His chin rested in his palm as he stared blankly at the carpet. Occasionally, he'd drag both hands down his face, as if trying to wipe off the Warriors' 104-97 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. Then he'd let out a sigh and go back to staring, chin resting in his palm.

This is what a funk looks like.

Golden State squandered a 16-point lead Saturday, their largest blown-lead of the season, and lost a winnable game to struggling Philadelphia. The Warriors have now lost four straight and 10 of their last 13, and they headed home from a five-game trip with one ugly win to show for it.

They are now six games over .500 for the first time since they were 13-7. Once eying the No. 4 seed, they are just a game ahead of No. 8 Houston. And the most concerning part? They don't seem to know how to turn it around.

"I don't necessarily know what it is," Jack said after missing 10 of his 13 shots and committing four turnovers. "I just know we haven't been able to put together a 48-minute game for a while now. That's the thing we've been hanging our hat on early. If we want to get back to the winning side of things, that's what we've got to do."