It was stronger than I thought. The entire Golden State Warriors team felt embarrassed.
Head coach Steve Kerr warned the Golden State players ahead of Game 6 of the first round of the playoffs against the Sacramento Kings. “Sacramento will come into Game 6 on a different level. They’ll play more aggressively, and they’re going to try to win somehow,” he saidㅋㅋㅋ벳.
Even so, the Sacramento firepower was out of control. In the end, a 99-118, garbage-time rout happened. The series goes to the final round, Game 7.
If Golden State had caught Game 6, the series could have ended as it was. Now, the venue will be held at the home of top seed Sacramento. The atmosphere passed.
“We had a lot of mental turmoil,” Curry said. “The Sacramento players took advantage of this. They got momentum on offense early on,” Curry said. We need to learn quickly from defeat.”
He lamented, “You have to be honest with yourself. We knew how to win while preparing for the 6th game. But we didn’t do it and ended up losing.”
Kevon Rooney saw that negligence on small things led to a major defeat. “We worked hard, but we didn’t do it smartly. We didn’t even execute our game plan. We know what we have to do to win. We have to focus on the little things. Things like boxing out. We missed too many of these things,” said Pan. analyzed.
On this day, Golden State was a total disaster in the air defense. In offense, the field goal success rate was only 37.2%, the second lowest in Golden State playoff history under coach Kerr. The defense was too swayed by De’Aaron Pax (26 points, 4 rebounds, 11 assists, 3 steals) and Malik Monk (28 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists), the ‘Kentucky duo’ Sacramento boasts.
Coach Kerr promised to counterattack, saying, “We didn’t respond well to the Sacramento offense. The defense wasn’t very solid. We’ll watch the video from Game 6 and find out what we can do better.”
Klay Thompson also says the series is not over. It is expected that the defending champion’s potential will come out in the 7th game to be held on May 1 (Korean time).
Thompson was confident, “The loss in Game 6 is not the fourth loss in this series. In Game 7, we will come out like champions.”