Defending champion Warriors loss is one way away from unwanted NBA history
Defender of the hero describes losing one’s way away from the unwanted date appeared in the original Bay Area Sports NBC
The Warriors could make NBA history on Monday vs Houston Rocketsbut not in a good way.
Golden State has not won a road game since January 3. 30, lost 11 in a row over those 48 days and set itself up to match a decades-old record if things didn’t go their way at the Toyota Center.
Less than a year after winning the 2022 NBA Finals, the Warriors are on track to tie 1998-99 Chicago Bulls Longest losing streak by a defending champion.
the The Warriors’ eleventh straight road loss came saturday night vs Memphis Grizzlies at FedExForum, adding another defeat to his disappointing 7-29 record for the 2022-23 NBA season.
In contrast, Golden State is 29-7 at home and has won its last eight games in front of a Chase Center crowd.
After the Warriors lost their 10th straight road game to Atlanta Hawks On Friday, however, Coach Steve Kerr He said he still believes Good things are to come if Golden State makes a playoff push.
“But love the effort, love the energy. These guys are fighting. I believe in them,” Kerr said. “I think something good is going to happen with this group. We just have to keep fighting and keep moving forward.”
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Right now, the Warriors don’t join the Bulls at the top of the list of worst road record for a defending champion.
But if they want to do Kerr’s faith in them well, avoiding that honor on Monday would certainly be a good start.