Jordan Poole's Aggressiveness Drives Warriors To Win Over 76ers With Stephen Curry's Guidance

Photo: Instagram/Jordan Poole 

The Golden State Warriors came out on top against the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday night, with Jordan Poole leading the way in the fourth quarter.

Poole shared a message he received from Stephen Curry during the game, which urged him to be aggressive and keep going.

This approach paid off for Poole, who scored 19 points in the final frame alone and finished the night with an impressive 33 points, three rebounds, and three assists on 10-of-19 shooting from the field and 6-of-11 shooting from behind the three-point line.

Photo: Instagram/Jordan Poole 

Curry also had a solid night, contributing 29 points, eight rebounds, and three assists on 10-of-18 shooting from the field and 2-of-7 shooting from deep.

After the game, Curry praised Poole's performance, noting that it created more space for himself and Klay Thompson. He also emphasized the importance of Poole being ready for whatever he's asked to do and whatever the game requires.

Meanwhile, Poole discussed the differences between this year's Warriors squad and last year's, noting that the roster changes have required him to adjust his approach to the game on both offense and defense.

With players like Kevon Looney, Draymond Green, Andrew Wiggins, and Gary Payton II providing a strong defensive presence, Poole feels more able to freestyle and play off of rhythm. On offense, he aims to be aggressive and create opportunities for his teammates to get easy shots.

Overall, the Warriors know that they need to have all hands on deck if they want to make a serious playoff push and get on the right track heading into the postseason.

With players like Poole stepping up and Curry continuing to lead by example, they are well positioned to do just that.

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Source: Heavy


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