Little Mis-chemistry between Durant and Green

Kevin Durant and Draymond Green are having a little splat playing basketball together. Durant likes to take his own jump-shots, apart from playing with team ball with Klay Thompson, Stephen Curry, and Draymond Green. The Warriors are useless when they don’t utilize Thompson and Curry for their shots, especially three pointers. Draymond likes to pump up the Golden State Warriors for their defense. Durant does play defense, but doesn’t like to defer to Green for defensive assignments. What is there to do for Durant and Green to co-exist?

NBA Playoffs 2016

The Boston Celtics, behind Isaiah Thomas’s 42 points, have won Game 3 in Boston to cut the Atlanta Hawks’ deficit to 2-1 series lead. Also, Stephen Curry didn’t play in Game 3 and although the Warriors were lacking in having a point guard who could dribble and make shots, the Warriors made it close with Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson scoring. The Cleveland Cavaliers are up 3-0 and are one game away from eliminating the Detroit Pistons. Though, the Cavs have Lebron James and could use another strong perimeter defender like James on the wing, I think that the Cavs could be unstoppable. The San Antonio Spurs are an well-oiled machine with fresher legs like Kawhi Leonard and Lamarcus Aldridge, who can put the ball in the basket with veterans like Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, and Tony Parker lurking in the shadows. The Spurs are also up 3-0 on the Memphis Grizzlies and are one game away from eliminating the Grizzlies.

Undefeated

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.

Why the Golden State Warriors are the Gold Standard of Basketball

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.

NBA All-Star Game 2015 in New York City

The Eastern Conference reserve stars consists of Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade, Jimmy Butler, Al Horford, Kyrie Irving, Paul Millsap, and Jeff Teague. This is Butler’s first time being here and also Teague’s. Russell Westbrook, Klay Thompson, Chris Paul, James Harden, Kevin Durant, Tim Duncan, and LaMarcus Aldridge headline the Western Conference reserves. This is Klay Thompson’s and DeMarcus Cousin’s first All-Star game. I expect this all-star game to be full of dunks and thrills.

Golden State Warriors on a roll

The Golden State Warriors, led by coach Steve Kerr, have the best record in the NBA. Kerr has the Warriors buying and adjusting to the coaching system in his first season. Now, there is no need for having David Lee starting because Draymond Green is doing his best, if not better job than David Lee at playing basketball. Stephen Curry is still the NBA’s best perimeter shooter and Klay Thompson is also a lights-out shooter. If I were playing against the Warriors, I wouldn’t give Curry or Thompson the green light to shoot from three-land or from anywhere on the court. Golden State has two backup guards in Leandro Barbosa and Shaun Livingston who can create shots as well as Andre Iguodala who can manage to play some point for them. You can expect Andrew Bogut to play his all. He is ably-bodied for the assignment to play basketball. The Warriors are playing the basketball and stopping the ball from going into the basket. That’s how they are succeeding as a team.

Warriors hold off Thunder in last second shot

The addition of Andre Iguodala in the Golden State Warriors offseason made a dividend now when he made a clutch last second shot against the Oklahoma City Thunder to win it 116-115. Iguodala had 14 points and 9 assists. Warrior teammate Klay Thompson had 27 points to pace the Warriors in their thrilling victory. Stephen Curry had 22 points also to pace Golden State as well. Moving Iguodala to the small forward position and having Harrison Barnes come off the bench may seem a savvy move for Warriors head coach Mark Jackson, but worries to Mark Jackson on how to divvy up the minutes between both Iguodala and Barnes, because both are worthy of having 20+ minutes.

The Warriors have a very good defensive team, worthy of breaking down the game with their fast-paced pack of steals and blocked shots anchored by Andrew Bogut. With Andre Iguodala, they have a perimeter player who can defend the other team’s best perimeter scorer and make mad baskets on the other end. They may have a better basketball team statistically ahead of the San Antonio Spurs and the Indiana Pacers, because of what they can do on the defensive end in terms of generating steals for their offense. The best offense is their defense, as always the saying, “defense wins championships.”