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The Golden State Warriors might have been the last season\’s defending champions. However, the team has played like anything but the champions. Out of their first eleven encounters, the Warriors have ended up on the defeating side seven times. Apparently, the team has been continuously struggling despite having the league\’s best shooter in Steph Curry, in addition to Draymond Green and Jordan Poole. It looks like if the team wants to return to its winning ways like the last season, coach Steve Kerr needs to make some changes in its plans and approach.

Steve Kerr\’s New plans For The Warriors!

Last year\’s champion team, The Golden State Warriors, lost five back-to-back games in this season before finally scoring a win against the Sacramento Kings on Monday. Looks like the win might have been a result of Steve Kerr\’s new rotation policy for the team. 

Steve Kerr

Following practice on Sunday, Kerr made it obvious that the team\’s game strategy would be modified in several ways. After his outstanding performance in New Orleans, Jonathan Kuminga would have lots of further playing time. Over the course of 38 minutes, he scored 18 points, grabbed four rebounds, gave out two assists, stole two times, and blocked one shot. Meanwhile, JaMychal Green\’s use may change due to something Kerr suggested on Sunday, and it may also have implications for other players.

When playing small with athletic wings and clutch shooters, the Warriors have prospered in the past. For 7-footer James Wiseman, though, reducing his size is a bad idea. This season has been difficult for the former No. 2 selection, and smaller lineups don\’t work for him. Kerr also highlighted the challenges of a veteran\’s early-season integration onto a new club. Draymond Green seemed to be still getting used to things in his second season with Golden State. The final three games of the Warriors\’ winless road trip saw him shoot 23.5 percent from outside the arc and have a collective plus-minus of minus-48. 

Steph Curry Shines As Golden State Defeats Sacramento Kings! 

Steph Curry

The Golden state warriors finally ended their drought for a win after losing five straight games in a row. On Monday night, in the game against Sacramento Kings, the team finally secured their fourth win of the season by 116-113. It was Warriors\’ best shooter who rose up to the occasion. In an exceptional display of skill and dominance, Steph Curry ruled the court by scoring a season-high 47 points. He helped his team come back from behind and defeat King by 116-113. 

Curry\’s superhuman performance, which culminated during a fourth-quarter comeback, was sufficient to give the Warriors a 116-113 victory on Monday night when it initially appeared that they would suffer their sixth straight defeat. Stephen Curry scored 47 points, a season-best, in 38 minutes of action, with 17 of those points coming during a fourth-quarter run that erased an 11-point deficit. Curry hit seven of his first eight attempts, which served as a preview of things to come. In the last two minutes, he hit three more shots to seal the victory.

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