Miscommunication between Klay and Curry seals the deal for the Lakers
The Golden State Warriors may have been on a winning streak, but their performance against the Los Angeles Lakers turned out to be a complete debacle. The game saw the Lakers dominate over the Warriors, with a final score of 123-101.
In a post-game interview, player Stephen Curry shared that a miscommunication between him and his colleague and friend, Klay Thompson, led to a key moment in the game that gave the Lakers an advantage.
Curry explained that they had been discussing a play during a timeout, but they were not on the same page and went into the game with a misunderstanding. As a result, the play did not work out, and it led to a steal by the Lakers, who then made a three-point shot.
A disappointing game for the Warriors
The Warriors were hoping to continue their winning streak, but the Lakers proved to be a formidable opponent, with LeBron James leading the scoring for the team. The Warriors did not show their usual strong defence, allowing the Lakers to rack up points.
Despite Curry’s strong performance, with 27 points and 3 rebounds, it was not enough to bring the team to victory. The game also saw Klay Thompson and Draymond Green with lower than average scores, contributing to the Warriors’ downfall.
Curry remains hopeful for future games
Despite the disappointing loss, Curry remained optimistic and shared that the team has to move forward from their mistakes and learn from them. He acknowledged that the team has a lot of work to do, but they are willing to put in the effort to improve.
Curry also pointed out that the team is missing some key players, including Kevin Durant and Kevon Looney, who are out due to injuries. He believes that once they return, the team can work towards getting back on track.
The Warriors will need to regroup and focus on their upcoming games to get back to their winning ways. As for Curry and Thompson’s miscommunication, it serves as a lesson to always be on the same page and communicate effectively to avoid losing opportunities in critical moments.