No serious!Curry and his former teammates have been roughing it out, but they still miss it

2022-05-21 0 By

February 10, Beijing time, NBA regular season a focal point of the game, the Warriors away at the Jazz.In the second quarter of the game, there was a moment when Curry and his former teammates were roughshod over each other, missing the old friendship even as they turned against each other.In this league, turnover is frequent and full of frustration.In one of the western Conference’s best matchups, the Warriors dominated early, blowing a 15-4 lead before they began to struggle and the Jazz came close, going on an 11-3 run to go 15-18 behind by three points before Kerr was forced to call a timeout.Back, things started to get tight, with the Warriors winning just one point, 31-30, at the end of the first quarter.Entering the second quarter, the Warriors were on a roller coaster ride, scoring a measly 18 points, while the Jazz didn’t slip much, winning by seven points, 25-18, and taking a six-point lead, 55-49, into the locker room at halftime.Without Klay Thompson, the Warriors had to rely on star Stephen Curry, who scored 18 points in his demoted game, making 4 of 10 shots and 2 of 6 3-pointers for 10 points, 7 rebounds and 2 assists.Curry didn’t get too upset about falling behind, and even joked with his former teammate PASCAL. The two were rough-and-tumble, not at all serious.PASCAL, the 11th overall pick in the 2019 draft, averaged 14 points and 4.6 rebounds in his first season with the Warriors and 9.5 points and 3.2 rebounds in his second.He also averaged 5.8 points and 2.1 rebounds per game for the Jazz.PASCAL has played six minutes so far, making three of four shots, including a three-pointer, to add seven points and one rebound.