Golden State Warriors News & Update: What’s The Warriors’ Heavy Caliber To Learn?

By Michael Saluna - 17 Oct '16 18:57PM
  • 2016 NBA Finals - Game Seven
  • (Photo : Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) The Golden State Warriors was still winning the game even without the presence of their three players; Andre Igoudala, David West, and Draymond Geen. The Los Angeles Lakers was being defeated under their coach Luke Walton, the former coach assistant of Warriors.

The Golden State Warriors was still winning the game even without the presence of their three players; Andre Iguodala, David West, and Draymond Geen. The Los Angeles Lakers were being defeated under their coach Luke Walton, the former coach assistant of Warriors.

For the Lakers, their loss against the Golden State Warriors will serve as a good lesson for  their very young roster. The two teams will be having their rematch this coming Wednesday in San Diego at 7;00 PM. Before the game was formally started in Las Vegas arena, the two coaches were having some light-hearted jabs at each other. Luke Walton was once a player of Lakers and Cavaliers, and even become a former coach assistant of the Golden State Warriors. For them, it is difficult to handle the heavy caliber of the Warriors' Big Threes, according to Blue Man Hoop.

As the game started, the Lakers are trying to cover Thompson which made Curry an open layup. Durant was also having a turnaround three-point shot which is  almost like Curry's signature. The first half of the game was ended with a score of 70-47 in favor of the Golden State Warriors. The second half was being played by the Warriors' reserve players where JaVale McGee doing his best, who deserves a roster's spot, Golden State Of Mind reported.

The Golden State Warriors' shooting skills led by Klay Thompson was a big problem of Lakers. However, Nick Young was doing his job to answer several shots against the Warriors.


 

 

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