The Golden State Warriors seem to have reached their lowest point. This follows the team’s last two losses to New York and Brooklyn, which totaled 68 points. The Warriors are presently 15-18 and ranked 11th in the Western Conference after those two defeats. Warriors head coach Steve Kerr is still attempting to maintain optimism, however.
The Golden State Warriors will take on the Memphis Grizzlies in a Christman clash next in an effort to resume their winning ways.
Steve Kerr mentioned how the Warriors had faced a similar predicament in the past during a recent interview with Damon and Ratto on 95.7 The Game.
“The last two nights have been quite difficult. We’re in a tough spot right now, but last March, when we dropped nine of our first 11, we won the title a short time later, so we know how to get out,” Steve Kerr said.
Steve Kerr recounted how the Golden State Warriors overcame obstacles to win the title the previous year. But several of its important players are presently out with injuries, including star point guard Steph Curry.
In light of this, the Warriors’ chances of turning things around this season are probably significantly lower as per Steve Kerr. Curry’s absence has only improved the Warriors’ record to 1-6. And current rumours indicate that Curry isn’t even close to recovering from his shoulder injury.
Additionally, with a 3-16 road record, the Warriors have the lowest overall record in the league. They had had a 22-19 road record the previous year. For Warriors supporters, Golden State’s failure to triumph away from home should be a significant issue for Steve Kerr.
James Wiseman’s growth for the Golden State Warriors, according to Steve Kerr
James Wiseman, a third-year centre, was the one bright light in the Golden State Warriors 143-113 thrashing by the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday. Wiseman played a game-high 28 minutes, which was a season-best for him. He ended the game with a career-high 30 points, six rebounds, and a 12-for-14 (85.7%) shooting percentage.
In the same interview with Damon and Ratto for 95.7 The Game, Steve Kerr discussed the significance of Wiseman’s performance for his own growth.
“We’re simply keeping an eye on his progress… It was excellent for him to have fun and develop some confidence because we think he’s come a long way,” Steve Kerr said.
For Golden State, Wiseman has had a difficult season and has spent a substantial amount of time in the G League. When he was playing for the Warriors, he was even referred to by some as a liability.
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