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May 25, 2016 | 10:57 am EDT Update
Klay Thompson was just trying to be positive. After taking a 118-94 beating at the hands of the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals on Tuesday night, at least one of the Golden State Warriors had to be. “I mean, we had 40 assists. That’s a positive, but uh…” he said while looking at the stat sheet. “Is that right? Nope, never mind—15. Sheesh. Way off.”
“In slow motion, it looks like I look over and see his hand hanging there waiting to be shaked,” he said. “In real time, I swear to god I never saw his hand. Our plan was, I said a few words, handed off the microphone, pick up the trophy and handed to him. “And frankly,” he added, “[At the time] I thought it went just fine — by my standards, meaning I didn’t drop the trophy, I didn’t trip on the microphone cord.”
May 25, 2016 | 9:30 am EDT Update
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Belinelli said that there wasn’t winning mentality in Sacramento and that’s a huge problem for him: “There wasn’t a good group in Sacramento and there wasn’t trust in the coach. We didn’t train well all the season. Now I saw that they’ve made some changes, they fired George Karl and hired Dave Joerger. I think that Joerger he’s a good coach, he can do a good job”
Storyline: Sacramento Kings Turmoil?
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