The Golden State Warriors went up against the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday night with the Kings defeating the Warriors in a 124-123 win against them. Post-game, The Warriors star Stephen Curry made an appearance in an interview with the reporters addressing their back-to-back losses and how they have to reflect on their mistakes and make better decisions in order to perform better and win in the upcoming matches.
Stephen Curry in his post-game interview addressed:
We all go to look ourselves in the mirror, and figure out what we, individually can do better.
Despite Curry leading the team, it was evident that he wasn’t getting the much-needed contribution from Klay Thompson and Draymond Green with an instance where Green lost the ball to a turnover by the Kings, creating the opportunity for the Kings to win.
The Warriors had an impressive start to their game against the Kings to the point where they were at a 24-point lead against the team making it easier for them to take a win home. But things took a turn when the King’s star guard De’Aaron Fox along with his teammates Malik Monk and Kevin Huerter led a furious comeback by two turnovers by the Golden State Warriors.
Stephen Curry along with his teammate Andrew Wiggins put up an impressive performance by dropping 29 points, but it wasn’t enough as the team had no timeouts left and Curry had missed a three-point shot when the buzzer went off, making it an easy yet near win for the Kings. The Sacramento King’s De’Aaron Fox led the team by scoring 29 points with Malik Monk and Kevin Huerter contributing 21 points each.
Stephen Curry advises teammate Draymond Green to not get distracted
The Golden State Warriors went up against the Sacramento Kings and faced a tough beat in a 123-124 loss. Warriors’ superstar Stephen Curry in a postgame interview was seen addressing the game and talked about Draymond Green’s return after his five-game suspension. Curry was seen advising his fellow teammate Draymond Green to be focused on the game of basketball and not be distracted.
Curry in the interview said:
For him, be fiery. Be competitive. Be who you are. But we all have to be mindful of not getting distracted and just try to play basketball.
Steph expects Green to play the game with the one unified goal of winning and not be distracted by the noise post his incident of choke holding the Minnesota Timberwolves’s Rudy Gobert.
Draymond Green has always been one of the best playmakers to be in the Warriors roster for quite a time. The on-court vision that Green possesses is still one of the best skills he has. Curry urges the star forward to be himself when he is playing. Draymond Green has been averaging 8.7 points per game including 5.4 assists and 5.2 rebounds.