Golden State hammered the Clippers 115-98 in a game that wasn’t even that close. And that’s pretty much the Warrior team we all expected when they brought in Kevin Durant. A historically good offensive team that is incredibly selfless and unselfish.
Remember that rap that there’s only one ball and four superstars? And that there’s no way that was going to work? Well, it does.
And the reason it works is because they’re probably the most unselfish team I’ve ever seen. No one moves the ball better. They had 32 assists last night. 10 different Warriors had at least one assist. So clearly, they are all on the same page.
That wasn’t even their best effort. Far from it. Steph Curry didn’t make a single 3. And it didn’t matter. They still hammered the Clippers, who had this one circled on the calendar and were waiting for them.
And let’s not confuse hating them with this being a good rivalry. The Clippers do hate the Warriors. But this is no rivalry at all. Not when the Warriors have beaten them 7 straight times in the regular season.