The Golden State Warriors went from being the team to beat in the NBA to having their backs against the wall in the Western Conference semifinals.
Regardless of Stephen Curry’s heroics and their streaky runs, they just don’t seem good or deep enough to beat the Los Angeles Lakers in this series.
However, Skip Bayless believes their issues currently run deeper than Jordan Poole’s offensive struggles or their lack of size to defend LeBron James and Anthony Davis.
As a matter of fact, Bayless believes the team has reached a “dynastic wall” and they need to part ways with Steve Kerr, citing that he’s not telling them what they need to hear and that they may not be listening to him anymore.
"The Warriors may have to change voices from Steve Kerr. At some point, they've hit the dynastic wall. They're doing things SO uncharacteristically bad."
— @RealSkipBayless pic.twitter.com/vC5cNQkl09
— UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) May 9, 2023
Bayless has been known for his rather hot takes throughout the course of his career, but he’ll always look to explain his reasoning behind them.
Warriors fans might not be thrilled to hear about this one in particular, as Kerr was the one who took them over the hump and turned them into the era-defining team they’ve been for the better part of a decade.
Of course, all good things eventually must come to an end, and the Warriors’ dynasty won’t be the exception to that rule by any means.
But maybe we’re talking about a personnel issue or the fact that their championship core isn’t getting any younger, rather than trying to replace their championship-winning coach after a disappointing end to the season.
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