Shannon Sharpe Calls Out The Warriors After Embarrassing Performance

On Monday morning, Shannon Sharpe was unsympathetic towards any explanations from the Golden State Warriors following their devastating 140-88 loss to the Boston Celtics on Sunday, a defeat that could only be characterized as humiliating.

After the game, head coach Steve Kerr attributed the loss to a challenging series of away games for his team. However, on First Take, Shannon Sharpe dismissed Kerr’s explanation, arguing that Kerr cannot simultaneously praise the Warriors for their ability to defeat any team when successful, while also attributing losses to being on the road. Additionally, Sharpe commended the Celtics, suggesting they occupy a distinct level of competition.

The matchup against the Celtics marked the Warriors’ final game in a four-game road stretch. Prior to facing the Celtics, they emerged victorious against the Washington Wizards, New York Knicks, and Toronto Raptors during this away stint. While fatigue, an early start time, or simply being outplayed by the Celtics could be factors, the Warriors’ performance appeared subpar compared to their previous outings.

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As an illustration, Curry was held to a mere 4 points, with Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, and Jonathan Kuminga also contributing only 6 points each. Among the starting lineup, Moses Moody was the sole player to reach double digits, scoring just 11 points. Only two other players managed to achieve double-digit scoring, with Lester Quinones tallying 17 points and Jerome Robinson adding 10.






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