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Chris Broussard Names Who Is To Blame For Warriors’ Early Exit

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA - APRIL 16:  Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors wipes his face during the end of the the second half of their loss to the Sacramento Kings during the Play-In Tournament at Golden 1 Center on April 16, 2024 in Sacramento, California.  NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.
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The NBA’s Play-In Tournament has officially kicked off, signaling the start of the playoffs.

There were many expectations heading into this year’s playoffs, and if the first four play-in games are any indication, fans could be in for a real treat.

A few of the play-in teams looked like they could make a deep run had they won their game, but that didn’t end up being the case for the Golden State Warriors.

The Warriors have a lot of playoff experience, especially when it comes to winning.

However, they lost their play-in game, eliminating them from contention.

After watching the Warriors’ season play out, including their most recent loss, Chris Broussard appeared on “First Things First,” discussing the state of the team and what went wrong.

Broussard had a lot to say about the Warriors’ loss, including, “Andrew Wiggins has gone from being an 18-point scorer in Golden State. His decline at 29 was huge. And I can’t let Klay off the hook. Zero points!”

Broussard was particularly frustrated with Andrew Wiggins and Klay Thompson, who are supposed to be two of the team’s most prolific scorers.

As Broussard mentions, in a game where the Warriors were counting on Thompson to get his job done, he delivered a zero-point effort.

There was speculation that Thompson would leave the Warriors after the season regardless of the team’s outcome, but after seeing his recent efforts, fans are certain he’ll be gone.

He is still viewed as one of the best shooters in NBA history, but in this one game, he couldn’t deliver when his team needed him most.

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