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Head coach Steve Kerr of the Golden State Warriors reacts in the first half as Draymond Green #23 walks to the bench against the Houston Rockets in Game One of the Western Conference Finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Toyota Center on May 14, 2018 in Houston, Texas. Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

The Golden State Warriors suffered one of their worst losses of the season Sunday night when they were defeated by the Phoenix Suns 115-111 at Oracle Arena. The defending champions weren’t blown out like they were a few nights ago when the Boston Celtics beat them by 33 points, but the team failed to secure what had been viewed as almost a guaranteed win.

Phoenix entered the contest at the bottom of the Western Conference standings with 52 losses on the season. The Warriors had beaten the Suns 18 straight times, including three wins by an average of 17.6 points this season.

Golden State was a 17-point favorite over Phoenix. NBA favorites of 17 points or more had gone 85-1 in the last 20 seasons, according to ESPN.

The Warriors have lost four of their last six games. Golden State still has a 1.5-game lead over the Denver Nuggets for the West’s No.1 seed, though it looked like they might easily secure home-court advantage until the 2019 NBA Finals before going 4-6 in their last 10 games.

Much of the talk about Sunday’s contest had nothing to do with the final score. A video of head coach Steve Kerr seemingly expressing his frustration with Draymond Green caused a stir on the internet.

Kerr declined to comment on the video to reporters after the game.

Green scored six points on nine shots in 32 minutes. The Warriors were outscored by four points with Green on the court.

Green has been no stranger to controversy this season. He was suspended by the team for a game in November when he reportedly dared Kevin Durant to leave the team in free agency when an in-game argument spilled into the locker room. Green and Kerr have had their share of confrontations during Golden State’s title run.

The Warriors remain the prohibitive favorites to win their third straight championship.