For the rational people among us, the Golden State Warriors’ disappointing loss to the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 2 almost a week ago probably seems like a distant memory — yet another lapse in focus for a team that has endured many of them over the course of the season.
This afternoon, the Warriors have an opportunity to put some real distance between themselves and that loss as they can take a commanding 3-1 lead in this series if they can win Game 4 today.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr appeared to be relaxed about the whole situation in his pre-game availability today, making jokes about his attire with media members before the game.
Wearing a “Spiritual Gangster” t-shirt, Warriors coach Steve Kerr quips at Anthony Davis’s expense: “I was going to wear my ‘That’s all, folks,’ shirt. I don’t pick out any of my own clothes.” pic.twitter.com/8kZPovmLRK— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) April 21, 2019
For those who don’t keep up with all the shenanigans across the NBA, New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony Davis showed up to his final home game of the regular season — and possibly final game of his career with the franchise, given all the rumors — with a shirt that read “That’s all, Folks.” Afterward, he strangely said he didn’t pick out his own clothes that day.
Anthony Davis talks about his “That’s all folks” @WBLooneyTunes t-shirt and the message it sent.— Fletcher Mackel (@FletcherWDSU) April 10, 2019
AD also said he didn’t intentionally pick that shirt out to wear.
Says it was laid out for him.
But as Kerr said, it’s all just kinda weird ... so enjoy watching the game today and feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments.