The Golden State Warriors have experienced a lot of ups and downs early in the season as they try to find their footing on both ends of the floor.
Steph Curry explained how Brad Wanamaker, the guard journeyman from Philadelphia, could prove to be vital to the Warriors’ plans this season.
(via Drew Shiller of NBC Sports):
“It’s a great look to get me off the ball with another ball-handler,” the Dubs’ superstar said. “He’s very savvy and can create and make the right pass. So I’m sure we’ll get more looks at that the next couple of games.
“Any time I can put pressure on defenses coming off screens and moving without the ball and you have capable ball-handlers out there – it helps,” Curry added.
With almost a new roster in place, Steve Kerr is trying to find the best fit for his team and the right combination, which can provide constant success for the franchise.
The Warriors are facing the reigning champions Los Angeles Lakers on Monday, coming off two losses to the Pacers and the Nuggets, respectively.