Explain One Play: Warriors rookie Jonathan Kuminga teamwork with Steph Curry vs the Hornets
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I wanted to look at Jonathan Kuminga’s run at the beginning of the second quarter. I saw the bummer ending, but I didn’t see this part of the game before, so you get to have my honest live reactions.
Kuminga had a good little run in this game. He definitely impacted the box score and his force got a few nice layups and his defense was pretty nice. He definitely fought hard on the boards against bigger man. He played off Steph Curry pretty well in the second quarter (in the fourth, yes there was at least one bad missed connection play, but hey it’s his second game). So I think if he keeps on doing this, he might keep getting them.
Co-starring Damion Lee and Andre Iguodala, Also with Gordon Hayward, Terry Rozier, LaMelo Ball and the large presence of Mason, one of the Plumlees.
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> Cavs are saying it's a right elbow sprain for Evan Mobley that kept him from playing the final 11 minutes.
Terrible, but obviously relevant for the Warriors since they play the Cavs very soon
My wife wondered why I am always so harshly critical of Westbrook as in 0-6 tonight from three, I pulled up this year’s salaries and where Westbrook was on it, she totally gets it, at $500,000 a game I could probably get one to go in