Steve Kerr just made one of the most inspired, and most courageous, calls I have ever seen in an NBA Finals. Down 2-1 in the series, on the road for Game 4, he benched his $12 million center, inserted a small forward in his place, and went 6-6, 6-7, and 6-6 across the front line.
The full Don Nelson.
Posted in 2015 NBA Finals, Golden State Warriors, Recaps, Steve Kerr
Tagged Andre Iguodala, Andrew Bogut, Cleveland Cavaliers, David Blatt, Draymond Green, Harrison Barnes, Klay Thompson, Lebron, Matthew Dellavodova, Mozgov, Stephen Curry
You saw it, right? The way that David Lee at center, playing all-out pick and roll with Stephen Curry for literally the first time all season, simply demolished the Curry blitz? Continue reading
Posted in 2015 NBA Finals, Predictions, Previews, Steve Kerr
Tagged Cleveland Cavaliers, David Lee, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, Lebron James, Matthew Dellavodova, Stephen Curry, Steve Kerr
I’ve seen a lot of pundits predict that this would be an easy series for the Warriors. And of course, after the Kyrie injury, all the pundits doubled down. And even after the evidence of last night, and two straight games on the Warriors’ home floor in which the Cavs appeared to control the action from the opening tip right up to the 2:00 mark in the 4th quarter, the pundits were all repeating that the Warriors had nothing to worry about, they just had a bad game.
Really? Continue reading
Posted in 2015 NBA Finals, Golden State Warriors, NBA Playoffs
Tagged Andrew Bogut, Cleveland Cavaliers, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, Lebron James, Matthew Dellavodova, Mozgov, Stephen Curry, Steve Kerr