It shouldn’t be news that the Golden State Warriors offense is in tune. After all, that has been the case since Donald Trump was just a reality TV star. But this year with the KD move the Warriors have needed time to adjust. From the looks of things: time’s up.
Steph Curry followed up his record-breaking 3-point game by going 7-of-13 from behind the line and dropping 33 on the Nuggets. Durant was hardly needed in the 125-101 W. He scored just 18 on 50% shooting. Remarkably that percentage put KD below the Warriors average. They shot 54% from the field, while 19-of-20 from the line and 14-of-30 overall from 3. Even Klay Thompson made 50% of his shots, starting his certain breakout from a shooting slump.