The Warriors have lost four games in a row for the first time in the Steve Kerr Era, who says that “better days” lie ahead for Golden State.
The Dubs were out-rebounded 61-42 Wednesday night by the visiting OKC Thunder, en route to a deflating 123-95 loss.
Kevin Durant says this is a “different group from last year” and that the defending NBA champs will eventually figure things out.
Questions mount as the Warriors slog through their longest losing streak of the Steve Kerr era. https://t.co/ZSs2rbrE9Y
— Connor Letourneau (@Con_Chron) November 22, 2018
Per the San Fran Chronicle:
“We’ve got better days ahead,” Kerr said. “But right now, we’re just in a tough go.”
The question now is whether Golden State can do what it did last season — at one point without [Stephen] Curry, it went 9-1 — and return to its joyful, pass-happy system sans the player it was designed to run through.
“It’s just a different team, a different group from last year,” Durant said. “We’re just trying to figure out ways to get better.”