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    How did we let that happen? – Steve Kerr left stunned by Utah Jazz in final seconds

    Basketball   |   December 9, 2022

     

    Golden State Warriors had the match in their pocket against Utah Jazz on Wednesday night at the Vivint Arena on Wednesday night but they could not close the game. The Dubs had a four-point lead with 13.3 seconds remaining on the clock when Jazz came bouncing back to steal the game from the jaws of defeat.

    In fact, GSW was trailing by 12 points in the third quarter but came back into the contest. However, GSW could not hold their nerves at the fag end of the game.

    “In my experience, there’s one game like this every year where you leave the building saying, ‘What just happened?'” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “You make mistakes down the stretch and you leave the arena just shaking your head, thinking, ‘How did we just let that happen?'”

    GSW’s talisman Klay Thompson made the mistake of losing Malik Beasley and it led to the downfall of his team.

    “I just fell asleep,” Thompson said. “I watched the ball handler get to the rim rather than sticking on the 3-point shooter. That was a dreadful mistake by myself.”

    “I heard on the catch, ‘Look for the foul on the ball,'” Poole said. “I don’t really know [what happened], to be honest.”

    Kerr added he feels terrible for his players as they were so close but admitted they could not close out the game.

    “I feel terrible for our guys because they fought and they did a lot of great things, but we have to close the door,” Kerr said.

    Meanwhile, Jonathan Kuminga was brilliant for GSW as he had a season-high 24 points on 10-of-13 shooting, five rebounds, four assists, one steal, and one block.

    “His defense was incredible,” Thompson said. “JK is a special talent, and he showcased it tonight. While he’s young in his career, when he keeps things simple it’s impressive to watch. He’s going to add layers to his game as the seasons go by. Just an incredible talent.”

    GSW will next take on Boston Celtics on Saturday night.

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