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Post game party thread: Dubs dominate rebuilding Blazers
Kuminga looks great alongside the triumvirate of Curry, Thompson, and Poole
The Golden State Warriors got off to a slow start, but it didn’t take long to shove the tanking Portland Trail Blazers aside. I’ll be eagerly looking forward to tomorrow’s deeper analysis of this game, because there was a whole lot to like. From Stephen Curry’s facilitation, to Klay Thompson and Jordan Poole’s insane levels of personal confidence, to Jonathan Kuminga’s free throw rate — the Warriors really took it to Portland tonight as part of an all-around effort.
It seems almost cruel to take them away from us so quick, but the Warriors are off for a couple of days before hitting the road to take on the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday.
One aspect in particular that I’m eager to dive into will be the rotations. Bjelica was sat for the entire game — or at least till we hit garbage time. With Kerr talking about revisiting his rotations and finding minutes for Gary Payton, this is exactly the sort of change you’d hope to see.
As always, please pardon the brevity. I write so much for this place, sometimes we just need a little place holder for the community. Our full coverage will be back in effect tomorrow morning for you all.
Until then, enjoy the Splash Bros: