The Golden State Warriors aren’t done yet.
The reigning NBA champions proved again why they’ve been the most dominant force in the league for almost a decade now, bouncing back despite being undermanned and getting their first postseason win of the year.
The Dubs made a statement at home and fought their way back in this series.
But more than that, they convinced James Jones that they’re actually going to beat the Sacramento Kings in this series, citing that the Kings aren’t ready to take down the reigning champions just yet.
"The Warriors are going to win this series, the Kings are not ready to beat the champs."
— @89JonesNTAF pic.twitter.com/nxsNxfzfPK
— The Carton Show (@TheCartonShow) April 21, 2023
The Kings have been one of the most consistent teams in the Association throughout the season, and Coach of the Year Mike Brown got them ready to fight night in and night out.
So, as bad as they looked at Chase Center on Thursday, they will definitely be ready to prove their worth in Game 4.
The Kings were rightful winners in the first two games of the series, and there’s a reason why they finished with the third-best record in the Western Conference.
They’ll be keeping tabs on these narratives and will look forward to proving their doubters wrong at least one more time before the end of the season.
Draymond Green and Gary Payton II will be back on the floor after missing the prior contest, so both teams will be at full strength in what could be a game for the ages.
One thing’s for sure: Whoever wins will be a legit NBA championship candidate.NEXT: Fans React To Rumors Of Next Raptors Head Coach