That was a fun game. Here’s a quick summary.
February 9th 2020
Well, this is a season of moral victories and I’m going to take being up 8-6 vs LAL, with GSW running out the post-meteor extinction young mammals plus Wiggins who has only had time to find his locker and eat ten steaks immediately on Kerr’s orders.
YOOOO Ky Bowman got hassled disrespectfully by Avery, shook him with a behind the back dribble into an alley-oop Chriss smash
YOOOOO Wiggins hit the open corner 3!! My expectations are so low that the most basic NBA plays are getting me pumped
Jesus, this is literally Looney and the Santa Cruz Warriors. And the Sea-Dubs are absolutely hanging with the Lakers, who look a bit like The Boulder conflicted about fighting a small child before getting his butt whooped by the Blind Bandit
Hahahahaha Smiley going for the Jordan FT dunk and falling about three feet short, but I ABSOLUTELY YELLED OUT WITH JOY at the guts
Followed immediately by stuffing Kuzma on a dunk. Smiley definitely on track to being a cult hero
OMFG Smiley with Oscar-winning fake call for a dribble pitch, then surprise pivot into a big dunk. Who knew Smiley was such a hot dog
Okay, it’s interesting to see how completely lost Norville is in the system. I mean, of course, he’s new. But the other SC Warriors have been running the same system as GSW, so they aren’t lost. ZN is not seeing open cuts and is cutting open and not getting seen. Time should fix this.
Despite the lostness, Zach is playing within himself and has canned two open threes, which is a really really weird sight this season. Then he gets a hustle steal, and then gets MJax complaining about him on a drawn foul, so basically, ZACH IS NOW OFFICIALLY A SPLASH RELATIVE
LAL will 99% likely blow them out, but without Bradley’s hot shooting, GSW would be ahead in the 1st half
This is probably the most fun I’ve had watching a half that the Warriors lost by 7.
I’m going to miss the second half, where I expect it all to go downhill
Davis: (+4, 1st place)
27 points 9/14 FGs 9/13 FTs
10 rebounds (2 off.) 4 assists 2 turnovers 3 steals 1 block
Bradley: (+7, 1st place)
21 points 7/11 FGs 5/7 three pointers 2/2 FTs
4 rebounds (1 off.) 2 assists 1 turnover 2 steals
22 points 7/17 FGs 3/8 three pointers 5/6 FTs
8 rebounds 11 assists 7 turnovers 1 steal
12 points 5/7 FGs 2/5 FTs
8 rebounds (4 off.) 1 turnover
12 points 4/8 FGs 4/4 FTs
2 rebounds (1 off.) 6 assists 4 turnovers 3 steals
11 points 4/8 FGs 3/5 three pointers
4 rebounds 4 assists 4 turnovers
26 points 12/15 FGs 1/2 three pointers 1/1 FT
9 rebounds (2 off.) 1 assist 1 steal 2 blocks
Wiggins: (-2, 2nd place)
24 points 8/12 FGs 3/4 three pointers 5/9 FTs
2 rebounds (1 off.) 3 assists 4 turnovers 5 steals 1 block
Poole: (+3, 2nd place)
19 points 8/12 FGs 3/7 three pointers
2 rebounds (1 off.) 3 assists 1 turnover 1 steal
Norvell Jr.: (+10)
7 points 2/4 FGs 2/3 three pointers 1/1 FT
4 rebounds 2 assists 1 turnover 2 steals
10 points 3/5 FGs 1/2 three pointers 3/4 FTs
1 rebound 1 assist 1 turnover 1 steal 1 block
52.4% shooting (43/82 FGs)
14/29 three pointers
47 rebounds (12 off.)
51.7% shooting (46/89 FGs)
13/32 three pointers
33 rebounds (8 off.)
Points in paint:
Points off turnovers:
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