c994d02922b4f232d0dcff70499775a7084fa52a After the team lost despite Stephen Curry scoring 50 points, Steve Kerr made scathing remarks.
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After the team lost despite Stephen Curry scoring 50 points, Steve Kerr made scathing remarks.

The Golden State Warriors are still in the carburetion process. Steve Kerr's team lost another game, this time to the Phoenix Suns, bringing their record to 6-9. It also happened on a day when Stephen Curry only scored 50 points, which wasn't enough to win (130-119). Following the game, the Warriors' head coach addressed the media and acknowledged his errors:

Steve Kerr remarked, "Clearly I am failing this season," pointing out the rival teams' vengeance against the Warriors as evidence. "All the teams are eager to compete against us and kick our ass."

"All those things are missing right now, I saw a lot of downcast players tonight, and I think we feel sorry for ourselves and no one is going to feel sorry for us," said Kerr. "When things are not going well, someone has to call the group, gather everyone together, and push them.

The teams never forget that we've enjoyed a lot of success and enjoyment over the years through defeating opponents. They are finally enjoying themselves like they ought to. I've always believed that sticking with the game pays off. If you truly compete with one another, the shots will fall. We are not doing anything like that, and that is not the way. If the systems are free, the dead times will still exist. We play a hastily devised game with them as if they were pachangas.

The Warriors' rotation has generated some criticism in recent weeks. Klay Thompson and Draymond Green are given the opening minutes by Kerr, but the team doesn't succeed. That has an effect on Jordan Poole, who went from scoring 36 points as a starter against the Spurs to only 2 points off the bench in the defeat to the Phoenix Suns after Klay's return to the starting five.

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