Warriors winless homestand, Klay Thompson in-rhythm
The Golden State Warriors discuss their struggling offense, but a win over the Houston Rockets shows signs of improvement.
The Golden State Warriors have been struggling lately, with five straight losses and a sputtering offense. However, after a strategic discussion about their offensive woes, the team has shown signs of improvement. Stephen Curry emphasized the need for crisper, purposeful ball movement, and the team has responded positively, with Andrew Wiggins breaking out of a deep slump and the team avoiding a disastrous 0-6 homestand with a win over the Houston Rockets.
Steve Kerr has been vocal about the team's offensive blueprint, emphasizing the importance of drive, kick, and ball movement. Klay Thompson, who has been struggling this season, showed signs of improvement, scoring 20 points for the first time and taking shots within the offense. Kerr has expressed patience with his struggling players, believing that their patience will be rewarded in the long run.
Chris Paul has been instrumental in orchestrating the offense, with 12 assists and only one turnover in the game against the Rockets. Kerr has shown trust in his veterans, despite the recent struggles, and believes that their patience will pay off in the long run. The team is showing signs of offensive growth, and with continued practice and strategic discussions, they hope to turn their season around.