The Golden State Warriors dropped to 6-9 on the season after they suffered a 130-119 loss to the Phoenix Suns, which dropped them to 0-8 on the road. However, Stephen Curry is trying his best to lift a team that simply just hasn’t played up to the standards they set over the past decade.
In fact, during their most recent loss, Curry went off for 50 points on 17-28 shooting from the field (7-11 from deep, 9-9 from the line), and yet the Warriors last led the game with 7:16 left in the first quarter, when they pulled ahead, 14-11, off a Klay Thompson triple.
Usually, Stephen Curry’s absurd scoring outbursts usually lead to winning, what with him being the quintessential unselfish superstar in today’s NBA. However, the Warriors have struggled all the same, prompting fans on Twitter to sound the alarm bells that this iteration of the Dubs’ supporting cast simply might not be good enough to supplement Stephen Curry’s MVP-caliber play.
Even without Paul and starting forward Cameron Johnson, the Suns scored at will, dropping 30 or more points in each of the first three quarters. Devin Booker, Cameron Payne, and Mikal Bridges all eclipsed the 20-point mark on stellar efficiency, and former Warrior Damion Lee hit a few dagger threes in response to the rare moments that the Dubs showed fourth-quarter life.
In addition to the Warriors’ poor defense, some fans also pointed out that, beyond Stephen Curry’s otherworldly shot-making, the Warriors offense seems to run out of ideas on how to put the ball into the hoop. This struggle is magnified by Klay Thompson and Jordan Poole’s (his last game against the San Antonio Spurs not with standing) prolonged shooting slumps to begin the 2022-23 campaign.
The Warriors are now 6-9, which is decidedly not nice. But they’ll return to the only place that they know how to win on Friday, when they host the New York Knicks.
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