Panchero and Franz Wagner lead the Magic against an undermanned Warriors squad

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Just as the defending champion Warriors received some reinforcements, Clay Thompson’s surgically repaired left knee required a fracture.

Paolo Panchero scored 25 points, Franz Wagner added 24, and the Orlando Magic defeated Golden State 115-101 on Saturday night as the Warriors dropped back-to-back home games for the first time this season.

The Magic won on the Warriors’ home floor for the first time in over 10 years.

Anthony Lamb scored a career-high 26 points with five 3 seconds off the bench for Golen State, 14 of them in the first quarter with four 3 points. Jordan Paul scored 21 points, Donte DiVincenzo added 15 points and eight rebounds, and the Warriors lost their second straight after their best winning streak On a five-game, six-game unbeaten streak at Chase Center. The game ended with Friend Bey’s buzzer-beating three-pointer for Detroit in a 122-119 win Wednesday night.

All-Star Andrew Wiggins returned and veteran Andre Iguodala made his long-awaited debut for the season, but Thompson sustained a scratch on his surgically repaired left knee. Prepare and announce with the starters during the pre-match introductions.

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