“Echoes of Discontent: Fans “BOO” the Warriors at halftime

A chorus of boos echoed from disappointed fans as the Warriors suffered their second consecutive blowout loss, falling 141-105 to the New Orleans Pelicans and concluding a challenging 2-5 homestand. With a record of 17-20, the team faces more flaws than apparent solutions.

In a concerning defensive performance, the Warriors allowed 73 points in the first half, with the Pelicans sinking 13 three-pointers. This marks the third instance in the last four games where the Warriors conceded at least 70 points in a half. The Pelicans secured a lead of up to 41 points, mirroring the Raptors’ 27-point lead in the previous game.

The absence of Chris Paul, sidelined for at least three weeks due to hand surgery, and Draymond Green, who is gradually returning after a three-week suspension, has left the Warriors struggling. Steph Curry faced challenges, scoring 15 points on 4-of-13 shooting. However, Moses Moody emerged as a bright spot, contributing a team-high 21 points on 8-of-18 shooting, including four three-pointers.

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Coach Steve Kerr opted to clear the benches and rest the starters early in the fourth quarter, acknowledging the game was already decided.

Looking ahead, the Warriors embark on a challenging four-game road trip. The journey begins with a back-to-back against the Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks, followed by a matchup against the Memphis Grizzlies, currently without Ja Morant. The road trip concludes in Salt Lake City with a game against the Utah Jazz.





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