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Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Warriors Analysis: Overview from Golden State’s OT Losses vs. Pacers

SAN FRANCISCO – A Gary Peyton II poster at one point on Goga Bitadze was later rejected by a technical glitch.

Three blown defensive assignments, reckless turnovers and stone cold shooting, while the Indiana Pacers capitalized on every mistake and all but the right timing. It was one of those nights that the Golden State Warriors want to quickly forget, but also want to remember a lesson from.

The lesson of Thursday night’s 121-117 defeat for an Underman Pacers squad in one night after another required discipline, better execution and preparation.

“I didn’t think I did a good job of getting the team ready to play,” Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said after the game. “Whenever a team is missing half of their people, it’s like the same old story in the NBA. All the guys who don’t play can’t wait to get out there. They take it up on us all night.” Went and I didn’t do a good job building the group and it was a struggle. We just couldn’t stop constantly. Their guys stepped up and made plays, hit big shots and we had some big turnovers in the second half. I think That in the second half we had 14 runs and they were really hurt, so just know the combination of all of them.”

Lack of performance was Peyton II’s takeaway.

“The shots just didn’t fall for us. It’s tough and we’re in a bit of a funk right now, but the shots aren’t falling.”

Here are more overviews of the Warriors’ overtime damage.

stationary offense

The Warriors could not buy Three On during the game, except for Curry. Golden State scored 9 for 42 from deep while the pacers shot a respectable 15-35. The crime continued to struggle to get the flow. Despite the Warriors’ good looks, Curry’s pull away from the game was correlated with how one unrelated offense bleeds into other areas.

“Sometimes the way the offensive game is going, the way the shooting is going, it can affect the discipline and energy on the defensive end. Because trying to find the rhythm, your mind starts wandering a little bit. Curry said. “Sometimes you are hard on yourself because you are missing open shots and it spreads to the other side. It seems to me that what happened during the whole game was like that.”

Kerr felt the crime was committed in haste.

“We definitely went a little quicker. 42 out of nine-three, but getting those 42 three-point shots wasn’t a great game in terms of our execution, so I didn’t think we did much Earned the right to make more. It felt like we were definitely scattered there in a hurry.”

An unheard-of reason for Golden State’s cold night was that Draymond Greene often seemingly did not force the issue to Warriors three, without orchestrating the offense and setting the screen well. Well, the looks were there but the shots were not connecting and some were seen running.

defensive error

The Warriors were reckless and undisciplined, committing 20 fouls and exceeding limits for the entire game. Also, the defenses were dropping the bucket handy. Something that Kevon Looney believes was the difference of the game.

“We gave him a lot of threes early on and his confidence grew and he continued to shoot,” said Looney. “Guys (Justin) Holiday is known to be a great shooter and was on the scouting report for some early looks. The out pick-and-roll defense was not the best tonight. I don’t think we were physical. He We didn’t feel it tonight. He was comfortable with all his work and we didn’t take anything for granted. That’s what we’re known for and we didn’t do a great job of it.”

One of the game’s biggest flaws occurred during the last game of regulation where Curry blew up an assignment.

“We were just trying to cover the three point line and they had a weird set to start with, and there was a lot of space and I saw the ball for two seconds,” Curry said. “Jay (Justin) Holiday made a good cut and shot. I know there’s a conversation going on, should we have fouled and all that, I was just a step slower and one gave him too open for a look, and trying to defend the inner and I Was looking ”

accountability partner

At a post game presser, Kerr blamed himself for feeling at a loss—like he hadn’t prepared his team. While Kerr feels accountable about the preparation, the players feel just as guilty for the defeat. Looney believes that Kerr is not alone in her fault. Everyone involved gets their due blame.

“I think everyone’s going to take a little bit of the blame for tonight. Not just that.” Looney said. “Everyone has some drama in a game that they wish they could come back to. I know I do, and as a team, we all do.”

Taking on Kerr responsibility is something that Curry believes is difficult for the team.

“That’s his character to take on the responsibility,” he says. “I think it’s part of our culture. We all have a tendency to look at yourself as cool as you did differently. I’m doing the exact same thing. We clearly know Were that they had a lot of people and it’s a story of two different ends. It could go where you’re dominating just because you’re more talented. They had nothing to lose and really tough Were playing. The guys were super aggressive with their opportunity and it showed.”

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