The Golden State Warriors suffered their third straight defeat on Tuesday night after losing a close one against the Orlando Magic, 94-90.

The Warriors mounted a furious comeback in the third quarter after a listless performance in the first half. But the Magic went on a sizzling run in the final period and held the visitors scoreless in the last five minutes to get the victory.

Klay Thompson and company simply couldn’t buy a basket in the fourth salvo, which only magnified the huge hole left by that guy named Stephen Curry. You might have heard of him. Warriors coach Steve Kerr surely does and he admitted, per the report of ESPN, the harsh reality they’re facing with the two-time MVP sidelined for an extended period.

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“We have to look at our lineup, we have to address everything. It’s like a domino effect. You saw me searching for lineups tonight. But I was really disappointed in the fourth quarter. We did not execute at all in the fourth quarter.”

Curry is expected to be examined in two weeks after suffering a foot injury. In the meantime, Thompson, Draymond Green, and Jordan Poole will have to hold the fort for the Warriors, who dropped to 47-25. Green already went on a mini-rant after their loss to the Magic, rhapsodizing about playing with more toughness amid Curry’s absence.

The Warriors will try to snap their losing skid on Wednesday but it won’t be easy against the Eastern Conference-leading Miami Heat.