Steve Kerr complimented Eric Paschall’s game after the rookie scored 25 points during the Golden State Warriors’ 93-87 loss against the Charlotte Hornets.
“Eric’s powerful, confident and he’s got an interesting game. He’s an undersized four-man that can put the ball on the floor and bull past people,” said Kerr.
The Warriors were playing without Draymond Green and D’Angelo Russell in the lineup.
Paschall is also the first Warriors second-round pick to score more than 25 points in a game since Charles Jenkins seven seasons ago.