Skip Bayless puts his BLIND trust in the Warriors purely on the basis of their ‘legacy’ despite their poor run

Despite Recent Struggles, The Warriors' Rich History and Strong Fan Base Keep Them Relevant in the NBA

Skip Bayless puts his BLIND trust in the Warriors purely on the basis of their ‘legacy’ despite their poor run

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The Golden State Warriors have a storied history in the NBA, boasting six NBA championships and one BAA title. They have long been regarded as a dominant force in the league, with a legacy built on teamwork, leadership, and a commitment to excellence both on and off the court. However, recent struggles have left the Warriors with a record of 36-34 and a disappointing nine consecutive losses on the road.

Despite these setbacks, Skip Bayless, a respected sports analyst and commentator, remains an ardent supporter of the Warriors. “I hang in with the Warriors BARELY just because of their legacy and what they’ve achieved,” Bayless said. This sentiment is shared by many fans of the team, who continue to stand behind the Warriors through thick and thin.

The Warriors’ legacy extends beyond their on-court achievements, with a dedicated fan base that has remained loyal to the team through adversity. In addition, the Warriors have been at the forefront of social justice issues, using their platform to advocate for change and make a positive impact in their community.

While the Warriors’ current struggles may be disheartening for fans, it’s important to remember the team’s past successes and the impact they have had on the NBA. The loyalty and dedication of fans like Skip Bayless are a testament to the enduring legacy of the Golden State Warriors, which will continue to inspire and resonate with fans for years to come. As the team works to regain its footing, it’s clear that the Warriors remain a force to be reckoned with in the NBA.

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Warriors Lose to Clippers Despite Stephen Curry’s Heroics

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Steph Curry (Via Twitter)

The Warriors fouled way more than they should have against the Clippers, as their defense was all over the place last night. The Clippers shot 32 free throws compared to the Warrior’s 15, which was the biggest, most significant difference from last night. The Warriors were also under-par while getting rebounds as they gave up 16 offensive rebounds to the Clippers, resulting in 27 second-chance points.

Golden State needs help finding their defensive rhythm on the road giving up 16 turnovers to add to their misery. The Warriors cut the lead to six points with just under 4 minutes remaining but could not push forward. A string of 7 unanswered points by Ivica Zubac and Paul George essentially put the game out of their hands. Stephen Curry did his best dropping nine quick points in the 4th before the game went out of reach.

Golden State has been a top 5 team at home in the league this season, but their disparity in form is different from theirs. Stephen Curry will have to rally his troops together if the Warriors want to repeat their success from last season.

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