The night started off quite nicely with a flurry of baskets from Nick Young and an early 10 point lead. With 10 points in the first four minutes of action, it looked like we were on the cusp of a big night from Swaggy P. He would score only 2 points for the rest of the game.
The team played surprisingly well in the first half and it appeared as though we were headed towards a win.
This was one of those throw back Warriors games circa early 2000’s when we were competitive for a few early quarters and then reality came crashing down as we couldn’t keep up in the later quarters. Lazy passes and a bunch of bricks.
It was a pathetic showing in the second half and the team couldn’t buy a basket. Instead of force an option for Warrior Wonder, I have instead decided to write a short poem for each of our four all-stars.
The hope is that these poems will magically heal each of them and we can return to winning games. Here is to the magically healing power of poetry.
Draymond Green is our heart
Without him, we have fallen apart
His tenacity is indisputable
For now, Jordan Bell is suitable
Kevin O Kevin, where art thou dear Kevin
An NBA unicorn that was constructed in heaven.
Our interior presence that blocks shots at the rim,
It’s almost time to suit up and hit the gym.
Klay is a three point sharpshooter
You could not teach that stroke even with the help of a tutor.
Better heal up and rest that thumb,
Because the whole fan base is currently feeling very glum.
First name Stephen Last name Curry He came into my life Now everything is less blurry
Stephen Curry, the savior of our franchise.
Two times, he has helped the team achieve the leagues ultimate prize.
He shoots no look shots and 30 foot bombs.
The raw talent, surely he got it from his moms.
Just when he returned to the lineup, he suffered an injury to his knee.
An accident from JaVale (McGee), wouldn’t you agree?
With all his past history, this must be unsettling news.
Damnit, I knew it, it were those damn low top shoes!
Alright, well that is all I have got. Let’s hope our guys rest up and are ready to go for the postseason.
Who was the Warrior Wonder for the Warriors’ loss to the Pacers?
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