Blazers didn’t make Steph Curry, Warriors work for GM 1 win – Nick Wright | NBA | FIRST THINGS FIRST

Nick Wright and Cris Carter reacts to the Golden State Warriors dominate win against the Portland Trail Blazers in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals. Hear what Nick and Cris had to say about Steph Curry’s performance and adjustment the Blazers need to make ahead of Game 2.

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  1. the Blazers got the Only two team they could beat.
    OKC is Overrated AF ! and the Nuggets are puppies with no Game plan
    The Splash Brothers and Draymond are Battle tested, they've seen everything.
    When they trapp Steph, don't think for a minute They Ain't gonna find Another way to Win. + They don't have Nothing close to Draymond Green And André Iguodala

  2. Underrated stat I just noticed while looking at numbers. Steph Curry Averages more points, rebounds, assists, and steals on better FG%, 3p%, and FT% in the playoffs than KOBE BRYANT. I know stats don't tell the whole story but they do reflect real life events and this stat is pretty wild.

  3. Steph Curry is a great player, a Hall of Famer, and a true champion. However, he is not in the conversation for best player in the world for one very good reason. He is a defensive liability. And on top of the fact that he can't play defense, he makes behind the back passes to no one, like he did last night. The best in the world don't do that. I have him #5 in the world. LeBron, Kawhi, KD and The Greek Freak are better overall.

  4. Blazers had too many turnovers, I didn't understand why they were running their offense through Kanter, Klay was great, bench was great, Draymond's defense along with the team outstanding and oh 2016 Steph decided to pull up to this game


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