The Warriors fall to 23-13 (.639) overall and 15-5 (.750) at home... Golden State is 11-3 (.786) versus the Western Conference at home this season and 13-9 (.591) overall… The Warriors record in games decided in overtime stands at 0-3. Tonight’s loss snapped the Warriors’ eight-game home winning streak over the Trail Blazers…The last time Golden State lost at home to Portland was November 23, 2013 (101-113)… The Warriors and Trail Blazers’ season series now stands at 1-1. The Warriors are 7-5 in games following a loss this season… Golden State has lost consecutive games five times… Dating back to 2014-15 the Warriors own a record of 57-17 (.770) in games following a loss, the best such record in the NBA and have lost consecutive games in the same season 17 times. Golden State owns a record of 15-5 (.750) in contests which Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson all play this season. The Warriors shot a season-low 40.0 percent (6-15) from the free throw line (previous: 66.7 percent versus Oklahoma City on November 21)… The last time Golden State made 40.0 percent-or-worse (min. 15 FTA’s) from the line occurred on March 2, 2007 at New York (6-15 FT). With 36 assists, the Warriors suffered their second loss of the season when dishing out 30-plus assists in a game (9-2 record when doing so). Golden State held Portland to an opponent-season low 36.2 percent from the field, marking the first time the Warriors have held their opponent under 40.0 percent shooting from the field and lost since November 16, 2017 at Boston (32.9 percent). The Warriors recorded 59 rebounds to the Trail Blazers’ 54, marking their fourth loss of the season when outrebound their opponent (19-4 record when doing so). With tonight’s sellout crowd of Oracle Arena (19,596), the Warriors have extended their streak of consecutive sellouts to 311, the franchise’s all-time best streak, a stretch that includes the Warriors’ NBA-record 54-straight regular season home wins… Golden State’s previous-long sellout streak occurred March 9, 1989 to April 19, 1996 (310)… The 311-game streak marks the fourth longest active-sellout streak in the NBA. Golden State’s next game is Saturday, December 29 at Portland. Kevin Durant recorded his second triple-double of the season (fifth as a member of the Warriors; 12th career), posting 26 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists… He has recorded 20-plus points in 23 of the last 24 games, including the last nine consecutively. Stephen Curry led all scorers with 29 points, adding five rebounds, seven assists with two steals and two blocks in 42 minutes. Draymond Green posted his fourth double-double of the season with 15 points and a team-high 11 rebounds along with seven assists. Kevon Looney posted eight points and 10 rebounds, his third outing of 10-plus rebounds this season.