The Warriors didn’t practice yesterday, their second off-day in a row, because of only having two games in a span of nine days, so it gave me the opportunity to delve into Steve Kerr’s 13-minute pregame media availability before the LA Clippers tipoff at Crypto. It was quite an enjoyable exchange with reporters.And that’s the thing with Kerr: he’s cool to hang out with, with … [Read more...] about Kerr mentions Tom Chambers when describing how “everybody wants results right away” — only he can do that
Steve Kerr talked about the first half of the Sacramento game as the “blueprint” (transcript way below) for the Warriors’ path — a path that based on what I called on the livestream a “clinic”, is DEFINITELY championship material, just look at the game notes for Q1 and Q2 at the bottom of this post. Then Klay Thompson went on the podium and said he “still has a wholehearted … [Read more...] about Kerr’s “blueprint” and Klay’s “wholehearted” belief
Way at the bottom below the subscription paywall, I have information for paid subscribers about specifics having to do with Brandin Podziemski and what we might see that’s new from him as early as tonight, plus extra bonuses — all of which I’m sure you’ll like and will consider well worth the $5/month “donation” for my hard work.As is the case on Substack, when you have … [Read more...] about Klay frustration + Podziemski bonus insider info for subscribers
Draymond Green finally spoke to reporters since being suspended, yesterday after Warriors practice, two days before the Sacramento Kings. Here’s the transcript. Also attached below are other transcripts from Steve Kerr and Andrew Wiggins (also yesterday) and leftover ones from Kerr, Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody.Warriors fans can always learn more by reading what the players … [Read more...] about Draymond: not the “savior” for lulls, turnovers, lack of defensive communication
If you’ve been catching any of the past few livestreams dating back to the first of two OKC games at Chase Center, you know I’ve been saying two huge areas of team improvement — other than simply the return of Draymond Green — are turnovers (of course, but also the timing of them and them coming in bunches) and the roller-coaster ride that is Jonathan Kuminga, who sometimes … [Read more...] about Spurs the elixir for Kuminga break-out game?