Nov 17, 2022
The one thing going right for the Golden State Warriors wasn't enough to lift them over the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday night.
Steph Curry scored 50 points for the 11th time in his career but the Warriors still lost, 130-119. It was the biggest defeat for the team since a 14-point loss to the Detroit Pistons on Oct. 30 and dropped Golden State to 6-9 on the year.
Outside of Curry, the Warriors were ineffective on offense and defense. Non-Curry players hit just 24-of-63 shots, including only 10-of-33 from 3-point range. And defensively, the Warriors allowed the Suns to hit 44-of-86 shots and 21-of-40 3-pointers.
It was an overall abysmal performance, and head coach Steve Kerr took it as an affront to their team chemistry and his ability as a leader.
Source: Yahoo Sports