Midway through the first, Warriors PG Stephen Curry was poked in the eye by Suns Earl Barron as both collided for a loose ball. Hopefully this isn’t some crazy Amar’e Stoudemire eye injury of a torn iris.
But the real question is: What’s colder than dry ice?
Wrong, it’s actually the Golden State Warriors.
The Warriors, after one quarter, are shooting 39%. Flip shots, jumpers, runners …you name it, they can’t make it. On top of that, turnovers again are hurting the Warriors who have already racked up 5 turnovers. Dorell Wright and Monta Ellis both shot 2-7 from the field. That’s terrible. The Warriors need easier buckets and give it up to the Suns for contesting every drive into the paint. Maybe their defense isn’t as bad as it looks?