In the first meeting, Golden State won, 116-115, on its home floor when Andre Iguodala hit a baseline fadaeway as time expired. His shot came moments after Russell Westbrook buried a 3-pointer to put the Thunder ahead by one with 2.3 second remaining.
Two weeks later, in Oklahoma City, Westbrook returned the favor by knocking down an improbable corner 3-pointer with one-tenth of a second showing to lift the Thunder to a 113-112 overtime victory.
In the final meeting, on Jan. 17, Kevin Durant erupted for a career-high 54 points, making three 3-pointers in a 75-second span to power the Thunder to a 127-121 win. Durant's performance made Curry's 37-point, 11-assist effort an afterthought.
The Oklahoman reported on Tuesday that the Thunder will play at San Antonio on Christmas Day, a game scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Oklahoma City also will open the season at Portland on Wednesday, Oct. 29 and play its home opener against Denver on Saturday, Nov. 1.
The Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday that the Thunder will play the Clippers on Oct. 30. It will be the Clippers' home opener and the second night of a back-to-back for the Thunder.
The schedule is subject to change until the NBA officially releases all the dates Wednesday.