Steve Kerr Has Questions About The Warriors


Head coach Steve Kerr of the Golden State Warriors talks with Stephen Curry #30 against the Chicago Bulls during the second half at United Center on January 15, 2023 in Chicago, Illinois.
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The Golden State Warriors have been consistent about one thing this season: they have a horrible time winning when they’re on the road.

This was clear again on Sunday night, as they lost 132-118 to the Chicago Bulls in the Windy City.

Once again, the Warriors weren’t able to beat a team they usually do, and once again, fans were left confused by the defeat.

They weren’t the only ones, because even head coach Steve Kerr isn’t sure what’s going on.

Following the loss, Kerr spoke out about his team’s problems:

“We’re having trouble stacking good decision after good decision on both ends. We’re just not solid enough to do that right now.”

Kerr then added that he’s not quite sure why the Warriors are struggling to “string together” consistent games and that there are no excuses for the issues they are suffering from.


Woes Of The Warriors

Kerr is once again saying the right things but that is cold comfort for fans of the team, who are wondering if and when the Warriors finally turn things around and start playing like the defending champions they actually are.

The Warriors are now 8th in the West with 21-22, which is actually better than they were earlier in the season.

But this is clearly not a team who could take down the Denver Nuggets, Memphis Grizzlies, and New Orleans Pelicans in a playoff series, especially during road games.

Kerr said that the team isn’t “solid enough” right now, but how do they become solid?

The team’s brightest stars came out on Sunday night, with Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Jordan Poole, and Andrew Wiggins all suited up and performing on the court.

It still wasn’t enough, so what is to be done about this situation?

Kerr has his work cut out for him – and time is running out.

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