Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Steve Kerr points to Stephen Curry as ‘culprit’ of Golden State Warriors’ poor defense


The Golden State Warriors lost again in the 2023 NBA and Steve Kerr pointed to Stephen Curry as the ‘culprit’ of the Dubs’ poor defense.

Stephen Curry And Steve Kerr
Michael Reeves / Getty ImagesStephen Curry and Steve Kerr

Chase Center became an outpost of the stadium Golden State Warriors during a 2022-23 NBA Season In which they already had 18 losses on the road until the January 30, 2023 game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, but now they have also lost at home, and Steve Kerr pointed Stephen Curry In form of ‘Guilty’ Regarding the poor defense of the Dubs.

I eat? in the locker room warrior The least breath-taking is peace. Until the game against the Memphis Grizzlies on January 25, 2023, they had lost the last four consecutive games at home. Neither Curry nor the other Golden State players manage to close out games.

The Golden State Warriors have lost by double-digit margins that later ended in losses against the Orlando Magic, Charlotte Hornets, Utah Jazz, Boston Celtics, and Brooklyn Nets. He’s not defending himself well and when it comes to finding an explanation, the coach Steve Kerr pointed out how guilty both the NBA rules and the very Stephen Curry.

“I think it’s too many rules. The NBA really skews the rules toward the offensive player. You’re seeing that aggressive players actually have an advantage in a lot of different situations. I think it’s almost impossible to play defense in a lot of cases, the referees will tell you, ‘He wasn’t in legal guard position,’ and you say, ‘Yeah, but he pounced on my guy. What is the position of the legal guard if someone passes through you?”, asked Steve Kerr at the press conference on January 22, 2023.

Kerr points to Curry as ‘culprit’ of Warriors’ worst defense in NBA

under the premise that what everybody wants to do now Stephen Curry made in nba, Try to shoot and score from anywhere on the court, Steve Kerr points out ‘Chef’ In form of ‘Guilty’ none Golden State WarriorsThe entire league doesn’t even play defense like they saw in the era of Michael Jordan and company.

“I think there has been an evolution in the last five or six years and part of that is the pace of the game. They all decided to play faster. Some of it is an influence of Steph shooting from where she does. Now you see so many people coming down the middle of the field and getting up from the people. It’s common in any NBA game.” DT Steve Kerr of the Golden State Warriors replied when asked at a press conference about the defense that neither his team nor the world’s best basketball franchise plays.

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