The Golden State Warriors are 16-0 after winning their sixteenth game in a row. Harrison Barnes rolled his ankle. The Warriors have the personnel to deal with wins and Barnes is a small part of dealing with their success. Golden State will survive without Harrison Barnes.
The Orlando Magic shooting guard Evan Fournier has begun his journey in the NBA. He has averaged 15 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, and 1 steal per game and he has helped his team, the Orlando Magic win ball games. Look out for him to shake up the NBA as he shoots the basketball and help Orlando get back to the NBA playoffs.
The Golden State Warriors have the best record in the NBA and because of that, they are undefeated. So what will they do by the end of the 2015-2016 NBA season? Will they break the Chicago Bulls record of 72 wins for 1995-96? With the backcourt of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, the Warriors are shooting three-pointers like there’s no tomorrow. And, they added Jason Thompson, another forward acquired in the off-season to help Golden State re-tool. We might prepare they might go 82-0.
After a 4-7 start and it is mid-November, Kevin McHale is let go by the Houston Rockets front office and is replaced by interim coach J.B. Bickerstaff. After McHale was fired, the Rockets won their first game for Bickerstaff and James Harden erupted for 45 points, 11 assists, 8 rebounds, and 5 steals. Things could have been better for the Rockets if they hadn’t gotten rid of McHale. Time will tell if Houston will get better with J.B. Bickerstaff as the head coach for the rest of the season.
Stephen Curry scores 24 points and the Golden State Warriors beat the Sacramento Kings last night. The Kings were trying to pressure Curry to miss shots, thanks to Rajon Rondo’s pesky defense on Curry. It was to no avail. The Warriors recovered in time to seal the win. The Atlanta Hawks beat the Washington Wizards on this night also. Tiago Splitter has turned up with the Hawks and his defense and rebounding has sparked Atlanta. Also, the Houston Rockets beat the L.A. Clippers last night.
Hey guys, I’m back for writing a blog on the NBA season. Fred Hoiberg is the new Chicago Bulls basketball coach and he has made a change to the Bulls squad. Joakim Noah, Chicago’s starting center is coming off the bench and Hoiberg has put in Nikola Mirotic as the center. A sharpshooting big, Mirotic will create mismatches on the perimeter and because he is a running big, he will sprint up and down the court fast enough so that opposing centers can’t match him up for the paint area around the basket. Derrick Rose is having his way being the point guard for Hoiberg and there aren’t any pressing issues being addressed here.
The Golden State Warriors are wired for a repeat championship season. Can they do it and handle it again? Everybody is back for the Dubs, and they get Jason Thompson from Sacramento joining them. What becomes of the new recruit joining the Warriors?
All this and more exciting news around the NBA. Stay tuned because it’s another basketball season around the corner!
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr knew what he was doing when he stepped in to coach these players. He made sure they knew to play the right way and to show up professionally and make correct decisions on the basketball court. From Stephen Curry to Klay Thompson to Draymond Green to Andrew Bogut to Harrison Barnes, these Warriors showed up to play ball and contribute in each and every way as possible. There wasn’t anything to ask from them. They’d do it for the team.