The Golden State Warriors lost Game 3 in disappointing fashion, but there are some adjustments the team can make in Game 4 against the Rockets.
Despite a resurgent performance from James Harden and a subpar shooting night, the Golden State Warriors still had a chance to win Game 4 in overtime.
Kevin Durant was stellar with 46 points and Draymond Green notched a triple-double, but some persistent mistakes plagued the team throughout the game. Many of these mistakes have become consistent issues for Golden State.
However, expect a big performance from the Dubs tonight. They’re 2-0 this postseason and 4-1 last postseason after losing a game, so the Warriors come out with their best after succumbing to defeat.
That said, another important fact is that the Dubs starting five, also known as the Hamptons 5, played over 40 minutes. It’ll be interesting to see if those minutes start to break down the energy of players like the 15-year veteran Andre Iguodala.
Unfortunately, the Warriors have a short turnaround to prepare for Game 4, but the adjustments the team needs to make are relatively small tweaks.