Steve Kerr confirmed that Stephen Curry scored no points in the fourth quarter and the Warriors lost to the Memphis Grizzlies.
Curry is shooting 0-11 in the fourth quarter or the last three games of the OT. In the game vs. Grizzlies, the Warriors superstar scored 19 points in the first half, ending at 36.
He remained unscored during the fourth quarter and overall overtime at 4:36. After the game, Steve Kerr addressed the issue.
(via NBC Sports Bay Area).
“Well, surely the team is everywhere in him,” Kerr said. “They are sending two [players] To him, they are trapping him, they are doing everything they can to slow him down. I think he’s working too hard for his shot now.
That’s what it means to say that the team is different from last year. I didn’t think we had many options just because the way our team was built last year. I think the number of shoots has increased this year and the playmaking has increased a little.
I think this team will learn to trust each other and put them in a comfortable set they can do. We are all going to work on this together and get better. “
The Warriors scored 4-1 in five games, beating the Lakers and Clippers at the beginning of the season.
– NBA Sports
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