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Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr has always harped on his team’s carelessness with the ball and tendency to turn it over.
That problem is rearing its head in the Western Conference Finals, where the Warriors trail the Houston Rockets 3-2 and face elimination on Saturday.
Over the past two games, the Warriors have done almost everything better than the Rockets, except for taking care of the ball — Golden State has turned it over nine more times than Houston in those games.
Those lost possessions could make a huge difference in two games decided by seven total points.
Turnovers have always been the thorn in Steve Kerr’s side when it comes to coaching the Golden State Warriors.
An almost perfect team in so many other ways has always been loose and careless with the ball, at times beating itself by giving away possessions.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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