The Golden State Warriors lost to the Los Angeles Lakers today, an absurd statement when presented with the fact that the Warriors had a 93 percent chance to win before the game tipped off, according to ESPN Stats & Info. With a .727 win percentage margin between the two teams, the Lakers win also qualifies as one of the biggest upsets in NBA history.
The Warriors shot a totally un-Warriors like 4-26 from deep, and without their bread and butter, Golden State went quietly in to the Los Angeles afternoon. Looking to try and describe what, exactly, happened to his team that caused them to lose to the bottom feeder of the Western Conference, all head coach Steve Kerr could do was blame those damn millennials.
"We looked like the Millenials tonight. We couldn't focus." Steve Kerr— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) March 6, 2016
That's an A+ dad joke right there, Steve.
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