Jarrett Jack Assumes Blame for Loss
After the Warriors’ 116-105 loss Sunday night, backup guard Jarrett Jack sat at his locker with his head buried in his hands. Even when answering questions, he refused to look up.
“I feel more personally responsible than anybody,” Jack said. “I know everybody is going to say it’s a team situation or you can’t point to one or two plays. But I do.”
Jack had a starring role in a noteworthy collapse Sunday. The Warriors entered the fourth quarter leading by eight points after a surge to close the third quarter. Fast forward to the 1:59 mark of the fourth quarter, and Warriors coach Mark Jackson was waving the white flag.