Golden State Warriors Shock Fans with Incredible Near Comeback Against Nuggets

Published April 3, 2023 at 2:58 PM

The Golden State Warriors put up a valiant effort against the Denver Nuggets on Sunday night, but ultimately came up just short. Despite trailing 110-98 with just 3:22 remaining in the fourth quarter, the Warriors rallied with a 12-2 run to finish the game. Although they lost 112-110, head coach Steve Kerr was proud of the team's heart and tenacity in the closing minutes.

Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, two of the Warriors' star players, were key in the team's near comeback. Kerr praised Curry's excellent pass to Thompson, who unfortunately missed a three-point shot that could have won the game.

«I love the way our guys finished the game, we gave ourselves a chance,» Kerr said via the NBA Interviews YouTube channel. «Steph made a great pass to Klay, he back rims a 3 with a chance to win. So the guys really fought those last four minutes but from mid-second quarter until those last four minutes, we were mindless out there.»

However, Kerr also expressed his disappointment with the team's overall performance throughout the game. He criticized their lack of focus, particularly during the second quarter, which he described as "mindless." The team missed numerous box outs, gave up too many offensive rebounds, and had a string of bad possessions, including turnovers and poor shot selection.

Kerr acknowledged that the team wasn't tough or disciplined enough, and ultimately didn't deserve to win the game. Despite their shortcomings, the Warriors' impressive finish demonstrated their potential and Kerr's belief in their ability to bounce back.
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Golden State Warriors Shock Fans with Incredible Near Comeback Against Nuggets

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