February 28, 2013
The Golden State Warriors have not won a game since the San Francisco 49ers lost the Superbowl. After getting off to a their best start in decades, the Warriors seem to have finally fallen back down to earth, losing their 6th straight game on Tuesday night.
The All-Star break was exactly what Golden State needed coming off of 5 straight losses. However, it did not seem to change a thing as they continued to play sloppy ball against an average Utah Jazz team. Golden State turned the ball over 14 times leading to 21 points off of turnovers for Utah and was out shot from the field, beyond the arc, and at the free throw line. The Warriors got down big early and never lead in the game. Every time the W's tried to make a run Utah had an immediate answer.
The Jazz lead a balanced attack with 7 players scoring in double figures and got a huge 47 point night from their bench, all while hitting 10 of their 21 three point attempts. Al Jefferson, who could have played in his final game for Utah...