Three Big Things: Warriors embarrassed by upstart Bucks

Here’s something you can’t say often: The Warriors were not the better team in a game they played.

In fact, in Thursday night’s game against the Bucks, they weren’t even close.

Milwaukee turned in a statement win at Oracle Arena, running the Warriors off their home court in a 134-111 win that wasn’t as close as the final score might have indicated.

It was the kind of beat-down that would send a lesser team into a deep introspection — or a state of chaos.

It was the kind of loss that will no doubt put the Punditry Industrial Complex into overdrive over the next 48 hours.

It was the kind of loss that made me wonder if I should make hotel reservations for Milwaukee in June.

Thursday’s loss might have been the worst home loss in the Steve Kerr era — not that there’s many of those to choose from — and it was 100 percent deserved by Milwaukee.

Here are the three biggest takeaways from Thursday’s memorable (sorry, but it was..) contest.

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Source:: The Mercury News – Sports


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