Trail Blazers Crumble in Final Preseason Game vs. Warriors!– OnMyWay Mobile App User News

The Portland Trail Blazers completed their 2022 Preseason Schedule by losing in an avalanche to the Golden State Warriors. The Warriors sat their starters, but still decimated the Damian Lillard-less squad.

Without Draymond Green, Klay Thompson and Andre Iguodala, Kerr opted to use the Warriors’ fourth preseason game to give Steph Curry, Jordan Poole, Andrew Wiggins and Kevon Looney some much-deserved rest. This one was all about depth and the Warriors’ youth movement.

It couldn’t have gone any better in a 131-98 blowout win over the Blazers.

The stars had every reason to get up off the bench during an exciting and competitive first quarter. Following the opening frame where the Warriors were up by one point, the champs ran away with the rest of the game. They outscored the Blazers 35-15 in the third quarter, and led by as many as 39 points on the night.

Here are three takeaways from the Warriors’ fourth game of their preseason slate before Friday night’s dress rehearsal.

In the Warriors’ first three preseason games, Moody was the first man off the bench with Poole starting in place of Thompson. Moody was given the start this time, and continues to show why his role is expected to be increased in major ways this season. Moody scored 20 points, made three 3-pointers and did it all once again.

Wiseman was the first on the scoreboard for the Warriors, giving them their first two points with the lefty scoring over Jusuf Nurkic with his off hand. Two possessions later, Wiseman used his length for another two points over the veteran center.

On a night where the Warriors’ youngsters stole the spotlight, veteran forward JaMychal Green showed why he was such a vital signing over the offseason. The 32-year-old entering his ninth season and first with the Warriors came here to do all the little things. He snatched four rebounds in the first quarter, and ended the night with 10.

Much was made of his lowly 26.6 percentage from 3-point range for the Denver Nuggets last season. That again appears to be an anomaly. Green went 4-for-5 from deep while going 8-for-10 overall.


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