When Stephen Curry was asked how the Warriors solved the problem that caused them to lose to the Atlanta Hawks 117-111 on Sunday night, he had a frank and honest answer.
“I don’t know, man,” Curry said. “It’s like we asked this question for the 20th time, but we haven’t figured it out yet.”
The price paid by the Golden State Warriors against the Eagles is the same as they have experienced throughout the season. Fouls, bench production and mistakes are all harmful to the Warriors on Sunday, which is an important reason why they have a 23-27 record.
Whenever one of these problems arises, some people say that they must be more “disciplined”
It seems that the Warriors didn’t know they hadn’t improved this season.
After Sunday’s game, Kelly Oubre Jr. said that the team “knows very well” and they “know that we still have a lot of work to do, especially as the season is about to end, we are working Work hard…” Let us unite and get on the right track, the sooner all of us can feel better about ourselves. “
It seems that the Warriors have taken all the right steps to solve their problems. Last week, Curry and Draymond Green shared with their teammates information on how to see themselves and strive to be better. After Friday’s game against Toronto, Klay Thompson spoke with several players. Coach Steve Kerr tried different strategies in practice to make his players more disciplined.
They tried to implement different offensive systems-choosing a simpler game plan instead of a smooth offensive in their signature-paying more attention to defense, and tried countless combinations of rotations, hoping to find a tactic that they could stick to.
However, nothing was translated. Therefore, it is not clear how the Warriors broke their hated habits.
Curry said: “The most difficult part is trying to answer some questions about how we can be better and how to win the game.” “That’s the situation. We still have a lot to improve. We all need to face the challenge. Uncomfortable. Everyone feels frustrated. But it will test us to find a way to make the last (22) games important and give us some opportunities to show before the end of the season. Now, this is really frustrating. I hope everyone in the locker room does not want to lose motivation and find out just because of sticking to it, keeping in touch.”
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Obviously, after this season, Thompson’s return will not solve all the Warriors’ problems. It goes far beyond anything a player can solve.
The Warriors are at the lowest point of the season. They hope to find a chance to redeem them on Sunday after losing 53 points in a game two days ago, but on the contrary, they face the same problems that have hurt them countless times before.
Curry is right, they need to hold grudges in order to reverse the situation. However, since the season has entered the final stage and the Warriors have seen little growth so far, it is difficult to imagine how much change will happen between now and the end of the regular season.
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