OAKLAND, CA – Kevin Durant says he does not want the golden state wars to lose focus after breaking the first four-match losing streak in Steve Kerr’s time.
In the wake of the Golden State 125-97 win over the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday night, the All-Star front was hopeful, his team can maintain the momentum that was created – and carry it forward.
“I do not believe it will be over when it’s over,” Durant says. “In NBA, I do not believe in the stories or feelings that come into this. It will not be over if we do not go out and put our will on basketball plan as we did tonight. And that’s not going to happen just for us tomorrow. We have to play with the same passion and energy that we played with tonight.
“So I really do not think” it will only happen. We will win a game eventually. “We have to go out and play, and I think we have obviously tried the last five games, but we have not come to the top. I think tonight we put together a whole game and that’s what we will need to move forward. Kevin Durant made 32 points, Klay Thompson had 31
, and Golden State Warriors snapped their worst loss line since the beginning of 2013 on four matches and beat the Portland Trail Blazers 125 -97 on friday night.
Stephen Curry was not hurt, but his Porsche was not so lucky, in a multicar crash on Friday morning when the warriors were about to shoot.