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    We’re going to change up our rotations a little bit

    Basketball   |   November 7, 2022

    Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr has revealed they are going to change up their rotations in the upcoming matches. The Dubs haven’t gotten off to an ideal start in the season as they are currently 3-7. Furthermore, GSW is 0-6 while playing away.

    GSW suffered their seventh loss of the season after they were beaten by New Orleans Pelicans by 114-105 on Friday night. The four main players of the team – Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, and Draymond Green – were out to manage their workload and injuries.

    “We’re going to change up our rotations a little bit. And I have an idea of what I want to do,” Kerr said. “The staff will talk about it the next couple of days and solidify that.”

    Jonathan Kuminga was able to impress for the GSW despite their loss. He scored 19 points on 7-of-12 shooting, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals and one block in a career-high 38 minutes. Kerr said that Kuminga deserved his place in the team.

    “It was apparent who really played tonight. [Kuminga] played really well,” Kerr said. “He’s earned some minutes … He showed tonight that he’s ready to step into the rotation and contribute. But that has to be every night … be able to play through the tough nights when maybe the minutes aren’t there.”

    Kuminga revealed he is working hard on his game to deliver the goods for the team.

    “It was apparent who really played tonight. [Kuminga] played really well,” Kerr said. “He’s earned some minutes … He showed tonight that he’s ready to step into the rotation and contribute. But that has to be every night … be able to play through the tough nights when maybe the minutes aren’t there.”

    GSW have now lost five matches on the bounce and they will be looking to bounce back strongly. ​​The Dubs will next take on Sacramento Kings on Monday night.

     

     

     

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