Warriors Have No Sense of Panic?
So what happens now, that is the question. Jackson said he doesn’t plan any major adjustments to his playing rotation, and really, there’s not much he can do.
“There’s no sense of panic–we were bad,” Jackson said. “I don’t think you look and say, ‘Well, one guy was bad.’ From 1 through 5, that first unit, I can remember clearly, I told ‘em, ‘There’s not a guy that’s winning his match. There’s not a guy.’ That happens. And we move forward.
“I’m not going to panic and we’re not going to panic. We’re just fine. That’s a bad game. They know it’s a bad game and they know it’s unacceptable.”
The league has adjusted to the Warriors, and either the Warriors figure out a way to get better shots and fight through screens and defend the paint… well, the slippage could turn into a free fall. But there’s time, and the Warriors have the experience of winning not too long ago.
“Nobody’s panicking, nobody’s putting their head down, nobody’s calling a team meeting or anything like that–ringing the alarm or anything,” Jack said. “There’s a lot of basketball left and time for us to correct what we saw here tonight.”