Golden State Warriors Film Room: 141-122 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers

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The Golden State Warriors defense was less than adequate against the Los Angeles Clippers in their season opener but let’s break down the positives from the offense.

The NBA season got underway on Tuesday, although Golden State Warriors fans had to wait an extra two nights to see their team’s first game. The anticipation built further as time passed, only to lead to massive disappointment at the blowout loss.

However, there were some offensive plays that were encouraging which silver the edge of the dark grey clouds of the Warriors defense in the game.

There has been enough said already about the Warriors awful defense, and that will likely improve as the rookies become more intelligent and stop being so rookie-like.

So let’s take a look at the offense instead because there was a fair amount of good. The all-stars looked good and so did the rookies when it came to that end of the floor.

There were three key moments that we should break down to understand just how good the Golden State Warriors can become as the season develops.