Since wins are going to be hard to come by this season for the Golden State Warriors, I have to look for other ways to make the 2019-20 NBA season interesting.
Like ... say... rookie scoring average leaders.
Promising Warriors rookie Eric Paschall entered today’s NBA action tied for second on the rookie scoring list with 16.8 points per game (but we’ll give Paschall the edge over Kendrick Nunn because he has a higher true shooting percentage with a narrow .573 to .571 edge). So Nunn scored 19 tonight in a win against the Charlotte Hornets so I’ll be rooting for Paschall to have another explosive scoring game so he can keep his average up.
I mean... that’s what it’s come to folks. Things are so bad that I’m rooting for rookies to get buckets so they can keep up their scoring averages and give me hope for a more promising future.
This is Warriors fandom.
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