Brady Klopfer already described the situation with Green and Livingston earlier today, we can’t say enough about Quinn Cook who will likely be the starter in Curry’s absence tonight.
Cook’s big night against the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday has drawn headlines and high praise from both Green and Kevin Durant.
Draymond from our IG livestream from morning shootaround: high praise for Quinn Cook; a lot of guys in the NBA can’t do what Cook does.— LetsGoWarriors (@LetsGoWarriors) November 13, 2018
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Quinn Cook hadn't seen action in three of the last seven Warriors games, but when called upon to start for an injured Steph Curry last night, Quinn balled out with 27 points (19 in 1st half) and 5 dimes without a turnover.— Duke MBB Analysis (@CC_DukeGames) November 11, 2018
Kevin Durant explains the power of QC's mindset: pic.twitter.com/M8UtnBIocL
Tonight, Cook will be going up against Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, who looks like a young player who could become a force to be reckoned with in a few years, as described by Reilly Nolan in an outstanding FanPost.
In other news, Shaun Livingston’s jumper looks like it’s still automatic.
I don’t think Shaun Livingston is legally allowed to miss 12-foot jumpers. pic.twitter.com/YhQYoFdDf5— Brady Klopfer (@BradyKlopferNBA) November 13, 2018
Speaking of which, Brady will be at Staples Center tonight and live tweeting the game so feel free to get his in-arena reactions to the game at our Twitter account @unstoppablebaby.