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How are the Golden State Warriors so good?

Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by Juxtaposed Jolt, Nov 13, 2021.

  1. wekko368

    wekko368 Member

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    You said Curry was bad for 2 months when he's been bad for 2 weeks.

    Unless you're trying to use his bad 2 weeks to drag down the preceding 6 weeks worth of averages? Is that your intention? Intellectual dishonesty?
     
  2. Reeko

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    u still aren’t able to comprehend simple things, and I don’t care to teach u…when u are capable of not quoting me with such useless and irrelevant nonsense, I’ll take u somewhat seriously…until then, u are not worth my effort

    don’t even bother replying with more irrelevant nonsense because I won’t be reading it

    deuces
     
  3. wekko368

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    Hah. So afraid of engaging. Unsurprising.

    In the future, why not avoid the baseless claims and focus on assertions backed by statistics?
     
  4. jerryclark

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    12 points and 8 boards for the big fella! Almost a double double
     
  5. steddinotayto

    steddinotayto Contributing Member

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    His team hasn't been that bad this year. They have a .500 record over the past 2 seasons when Curry shot under 40% from the field. Granted they went 12-6 the last year KD was there but that's a totally different team.
     
  6. wekko368

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    Does that really matter? Curry draws so much defensive attention that he can still have a positive impact despite shooting poorly. If you were to replace Curry with Devin Booker, how many wins do you think the Warriors would have right now?
     
  7. KingCheetah

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    Rockets should have drafted Kumanga.
     
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    they still can trade for him, i think gsw would gladly accept sengun for kuminga switch
     
  9. KingCheetah

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    Wood + KPJ for Kumanga.
     
  10. KingLeoric

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    A difficult thing to say but Curry needs to change up his game. He cannot play like he is 26 anymore.

    When other superstars don't have the ball, they usually get a chance to stand in the corner and take a break. Curry is always constantly running, either to free himself or sets up his teamates. When he actually has the ball, he relies too much on his speed to go against constant tight defense and double teams. He needs to learn from players like Kobe or CP3 later in their careers, to play at a slower pace yet can still effectively break the defense. Plus he plays an very active role on defensive end.

    This is just not sustainable for his age at 35 mins a game. He needs to change up his offensive game to rely less on speed and constant running. Steve Kerr needs to play him less minutes and find way to save him energy on the defensive end.
     

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