The hapless Philadelphia 76ers erased a 24-point Golden State lead en route to shocking the reigning champion Warriors 105-108, with a last-second Harrison Barnes three-pointer proving to establish the final score.

Allowing such a terrible team to come back from that size deficit is embarrassing for the Warriors, who despite the loss improved their record on the season to 43-4. Similarly, the victory isn’t reflected in Philadelphia’s now putrid season record of 7-41.

[CSN Bay Area]

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