The Golden State Warriors have now lost three games in a row and some fans are starting to panic.
Following their latest loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday night, people are digging deep into the Warriors’ statistics to see what is going wrong.
There are a few issues plaguing the team but Golden State’s three-point shooting problems are glaring.
According to Basketball Forever, via Legion Hoops, the combined three-point shooting of Andrew Wiggins, Chris Paul, and Jonathan Kuminga is 14-of-85, or 16%.
The team won’t be able to win the Finals, or even get far in the playoffs if this number doesn’t improve.
Andrew Wiggins, Chris Paul, and Jonathan Kuminga 3 point shooting combined:
14/85 (16%) 😬
— Legion Hoops (@LegionHoops) November 14, 2023
During Sunday’s game, Wiggins, Paul, and Kuminga missed all of their collective seven three-point attempts while Stephen Curry was 5-of-13.
Klay Thompson didn’t help out too much and only sank three of his ten attempts.
All season long, Curry has played incredible basketball and currently has an average of 30.7 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 3.9 assists.
He is sinking an average of 5.6 threes a game with a 44.6% three-point percentage.
When the season began a few weeks ago, the Warriors were looking much better than last season and even scored five wins in a row.
However, since then some of their bad habits have re-emerged.
For years, the Warriors were known as the best team in the league when it came to three-pointers.
But that isn’t the case anymore and now everyone except Curry is suffering in that department.
The team has a 6-5 record right now and is seventh in the West.
The Warriors are hoping to have a season that looks much better than last year but that will not happen unless the rest of the team finds their ability to score three-pointers again.NEXT: NBA Insider Names 1 Warriors Player That Must Step Up