Post game sadness thread: Warriors cannot adjust, do some more losing
It was close, but a series of late stumbles and some solid play from the Heat sealed another L for Golden State
The Golden State Warriors lost again, this time to the Miami Heat. In what has become a sadly predictable pattern, the Warriors got sloppy and fell short after a late push from the Heat.
I’m not sure which version of a loss hurts more. This was far from a blowout, but despite a mighty triple double from Stephen Curry, Golden state blew it. It’s a win or lose league, and this team is fresh out of room for any sort of moral victories.
It is still plenty early in the season, but Golden State is running out of excuses. On the bright side, Andrew Wiggins and Curry both looked pretty darn good tonight. A couple of late plays break the other way, or if Golden State gets an extra whistle or two and things could have ended differently.
They didn’t though. Klay Thompson needed 19 shots to get his 19 points, and the bench hemorrhaged points yet again. It’s a great time out!!
The Warriors have now dropped three in a row. They’ll lick their wounds tomorrow before returning to action against the Orlando Magic on Thursday.
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It's interesting that moody is getting all the hype between him and kuminga despite moody not being that good so far through the season.
I love moody but right now his defense hasnt been that good, on ball or off the ball( expected for a 2nd year player).
He has a horrible assist to turnover rate right now and does seem quick to shoot a contested 3 instead of moving the ball and hes been atrocious at any 2 point shot.
Again I love moody and like how hes been playing it's just funny how different the narrative is between him and kuminga, I think if he didnt speak so well and didnt have a "mature" reputation hed be looked at as a chucker right now who's struggling on defense like the african accent Kuminga