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Golden State Warriors Introspective After Three Straight Defeats

The Golden State Warriors are experiencing something unfamiliar to them – a run of poor form. However, coach Steve Kerr is philosophical about their three defeats in a row and their fourth in five games.

Kerr admitted that the Golden State Warriors are facing the most difficult period of his tenure. Speaking after their 104 – 92 loss to the San Antonio Spurs, he said the last four years were a dream.

“But I’ve had a dream run for four and a half years. We’ve had such a charmed existence the last four seasons. This is the toughest stretch we’ve been in.

“This is the real NBA. We haven’t been in the real NBA the last few years. We’ve been in this dream. And so now we’re faced real adversity and we got to get out of it ourselves.”


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Stephen Curry remains sidelined with a groin issue. As well as that, Draymond Green has missed the last two games with a sore toe. Green had last week been suspended for one Golden State Warriors match for “conduct detrimental to the team.” So, it is clear that not everything is rosy in the Warriors camp.


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Despite this, Kerr says the team needs to pull itself together.

“Everyone has to come together and you can’t feel sorry for yourselves,” Kerr said. “You have to commit to fighting and executing, competing for 48 minutes. I thought we did that for maybe 24 minutes tonight. We had a couple good stretches. I was very proud of the group in the second half, got us back in the game and they fought.

“It’s not enough to do that for a stretch and then go through a bad spell. You got to be competing the whole time and playing with some poise and playing with a purpose. I didn’t think we did that tonight.”

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