The defending champion Golden State Warriors are having an inconsistent season this year.
Despite having the best home record in the NBA, they can not seem to get wins on the road.
This is not something that anyone expected as Golden State has been a great road team in years past.
Their home and road stats are astounding.
On the road, the Warriors are giving up 123.6 points per game, as opposed to 111.6 at home.
As a whole this season, they have just not been a good defensive team.
That is one of the main reasons why they are 34-32.
But, Skip Bayless thinks there is a deeper issue with the Warriors and they have a “questionable culture.”
The Warriors, who used to have the best culture in the NBA, now have a questionable culture. https://t.co/1amJ7HWDmz
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) March 8, 2023
It was on a play in Tuesday night’s game that caught the eye of Bayless.
There was a play where Draymond Green was open around the free-throw line, but Jordan Poole did not pass him the ball.
Green gave up on the play and the ball was turned over.
Bayless seems to think that the punch Green landed on Poole in a practice before the season still hangs over this team’s head.
Yet, throughout the season we have seen numerous occasions where Poole and Green showed love to each other.
This seems like more of a moment where Green got caught up in the moment.
Golden State will need to get fully healthy if they hope to turn their season around.
That means getting back Andrew Wiggins and Gary Payton II.
These are two very good defenders that will help add depth to their rotation.
It would be foolish to count the Warriors out just yet.NEXT: NBA Analyst Says 1 Team's Season Has Turned Into A "Disaster"