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Steve Kerr blasts Warriors: 'We lack collective grit, we're playing a Drew League game right now'

Against the Suns, the Warriors gave up at least 125 points for the sixth time this season — the most through 15 games of a season since 1982-83 — and 70 points in the first half for the fourth time. One of those other times was also against Phoenix in late October. “We lack collective grit. We’re playing a Drew League game right now,” Kerr said. “I’ve always felt the game rewards you if you commit to the game. If you really compete together, shots go in, calls go your way, breaks fall your way, and we’re not earning any of this stuff. That’s why we are winless on the road. It’s a pickup game.”
Warriors coach Steve Kerr said the team is not on the same page about worrying about winning. “It’s a pickup game out there,” said Kerr, “there’s no execution at either end, no certain commitment to the group to get three stops in a row to execute on offense.” Kerr wanted to take on most of the onus, saying he has “failed” at bringing his team together and giving them something they can “collectively shoot for.”
NBA star DeMar DeRozan gave fans an experience they’ll never forget after balling out in the Drew League on Saturday — posing for pics and signing autographs for them, and TMZ Sports has the video!! The Chicago Bulls forward and his teammate, Patrick Williams, led the MMV Cheaters back from a 19-point deficit to come away with a 102-94 win over Young Citi … large in part thanks to DeRozan’s 36 points and 6 rebounds. Williams added 14 points and 14 boards himself … but it was DD who came away with the player of the game nod.