The Golden State Warriors were unable to return to the winning column in Thursday’s game against Denver. Steph Curry shared his thoughts on how his team can be better, especially in the offensive end.
“We’ve had some good days, some bad days,” Curry said in the post game media session, per ESPN’s Nick Friedell. “Twelve games in we got to understand what we can do better, especially offensively, just getting in a little bit more flow.
And then living up to that expectation of what we’re supposed to do defensively, and that’s just consistent energy. Night to night it’s hard with a new group when you’re playing really talented teams … just be real with ourselves and what we need to do better. Not get in our feelings when we don’t play well.”
The Warriors had another low scoring night after their 104-95 loss to the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday despite Steph Curry’s impressive offensive show.
The two-time MVP recipient had 35 points, 11 rebounds, and four assists shooting 14-of-23 from the field and 5-of-11 from beyond the arc.
However, the rest of his teammates never followed him making just six threes out of 18 attempts from the three-point range and overall having a tough shooting night from the field.
In general, the starting unit has shown only flashes of rhythm in both ends of the floor over the first month of the season and continues to struggle to string together solid performances.