Indeed, the team has made history as the first defending champions to start the season 0-6 on the road.
There is no doubt that the Warriors aren’t playing as people expected.
They are experiencing issues all over the floor and even some of their most reliable players have been far from stellar.
Steve Kerr on the rough road trip: "A year ago, we lost 9 out of 11 games in march, and we won the championship a couple months later… a big part of being a solid organization is being able to understand how to work through that."
— TheWarriorsTalk (@TheWarriorsTalk) November 6, 2022
Head coach Steve Kerr got real about the Warriors following their latest loss and he didn’t sound too freaked out or concerned.
“A year ago, we lost 9 out of 11 games in March, and we won the championship a couple months later,” Kerr said.
He added, “A big part of being a solid organization is being able to understand how to work through that.”
Kerr isn’t wrong: the Warriors will show their strength is they are able to get through this serious rough patch and look like champions again.
Are The Warriors Washed?
The Warriors are 3-7 right now and have lost their last five games.
Some of their latest losses are shocking, including those against the Detroit Pistons, Orlando Magic, and Charlotte Hornets.
Thompson himself has had a lot of problems and looks incredibly rusty.
The rest of the roster has also been shaky.
Stephen Curry, meanwhile, has been fantastic, scoring 31 points, 7 rebounds, and 6.8 assists a game.
But that’s not enough to carry the team, especially since Curry has been missing games because of an elbow injury.
Kerr knows his team needs to get better and he knows that the season is young and that goal is possible.
But he knows he needs to do something quickly to ease the worries of fans.