Despite the Golden State Warriors’ loss to Washington Wizards, Warriors coach Steve Kerr feels thrilled about their upcoming home games.
Before going to the home, the Warriors lost their last away game against the Wizards by 118-114 points. However, it seems Warrior’s head coach Steve Kerr does not have to worry about the loss as they are in the ninth position. “I like the position we are in. We have got a lot of home games to try to take advantage of and continue to build on our momentum from the last couple of weeks,” Kerr expressed his plan about moving forward.
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Further, Steve thinks the fan attendance in the home games will certainly boost the team’s energy and confidence. “You know we’ve got fans coming into our building for the first time in a couple of nights and uh that’s going to give us a lot of a lot of energy and a lot of juice,” the coach is hopeful to perform better in the home games.
After visiting the opponents for the past few weeks, Warriors are going back to the home ground Chase Center tomorrow. This homecoming will be different for the team as they will get to see the fans again at the stand. The next game will be the Warriors’ first home appearance in front of the fans post COVID.
A lot of Warrior players have been giving their best in their last few games. If that continues, the Warriors might get a pace in their home games. Besides, Damian Jones and Juan Anderson are expected to return soon from the injury. So Golden State will get their chance to raise the rankings.
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