Golden State Warriors Suffer Defeat To Chicago Bulls, Road Inconsistency Remains A Concern

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry 

Despite starting their road trip with a dominant win, the Golden State Warriors have returned to their losing ways on the road with a defeat to the Chicago Bulls.

The loss puts them back below .500 and gives them a league-worst record of 4-17 when playing away from home.

The team's inconsistency was a topic of discussion in post-game press conferences as players and coaches tried to explain the ongoing struggles

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry 

The Warriors had 23 turnovers compared to the Bulls' 10, which hindered their defense and allowed Chicago to exploit them in transition.

Their half-court defense was also lacking as the Bulls' center, Nikola Vucevic, tied his career-high with 43 points.

Head coach Steve Kerr discussed the issues on defense after the game.

Despite the struggles, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green remain optimistic that the team can improve in time for the playoffs.

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Source: SB Nation 


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