Steve Kerr goes ballistic on ref after Patrick Beverley gets foul overturned
After getting off to a 30-9 start, the Golden State Warriors have struggled. The team has actually lost three of their last four games. Throughout the season, the Warriors have had a virtual tie with the Phoenix Suns for the NBA’s best record. When Klay Thompson came back, the Warriors expected their win total to go up. However, some also warned about some chemistry issues, which it looks like the team is enduring.
The Golden State Warriors grew accustomed to constantly having the NBA’s best record. The one year they didn’t earn it, they consoled themselves by winning the championship, in a sweep, at that. There would be one more Finals’ run, which ended up being doomed. While the Warriors made it a series, a three-peat was not meant to be. Since Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals, the Warriors have struggled, having the NBA’s worst record, in 2020, and losing in the play-in, in 2021.
Stephen Curry, meanwhile, has played the best basketball of his career, since 2020. This included a game where he dropped 62 points. Coming into this season, many fans assumed the Warriors were a little too old to have another run. This season, the Warriors made it seem like 2015, again. But, this current stretch has seen them struggle. Taking on the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Warriors got a foul call, but Patrick Beverley got it overturned. That caused the coach, Steve Kerr, to go completely OFF.