It was the preseason finale in all ‘let’s just get through this’ glory Friday night.
The Warriors became the second San Francisco team on the block to beat LA Friday night.
Stephen Curry put up huge numbers as usual, but it was Ja Morant who matched him every step of the way.
You could see the Warriors wanted this game, they just weren’t able to get it done.
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The large crowds that usually populate the entrance to Chase Center hours before tip were nowhere to be found Friday. With no Stephen Curry pregame antics, there wasn’t much of a reason to come early.
No one expected the Warriors to be title contenders, and they just lost one of the best players in the league.
The theme of the night also looms as the theme of the season: Flashes of good, but prolonged stretches of bad.
Golden State technically won this “game” 124-103 Friday night. Now all eyes shift to Thursday.
For the first time in three years, the Warriors did not open the preseason as defending champions when they hosted the Lakers opening the Chase Center Saturday.
Oracle wanted a do-over. The arena, the fans, the Golden State franchise, they had been through too much over the 47 years there that it couldn’t end with the Game 4 effort. And while the result was the same, all lived up to the name — Warriors.
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