Kevin Garnett Contends The Golden State Warriors Aren’t Play-In Material This Season


The Golden State Warriors have one of the most experienced rosters in the NBA, complemented by a championship pedigree. But coming off a game where they blew a 22-point lead to the Los Angeles Clippers and previously a 24-point lead to the Sacramento Kings, the Warriors just aren’t in a favorable spot this season.

Currently, the Warriors are 9-11, placing them at the 11th seed in the Western Conference. Stephen Curry is compelled to exert extra effort, as his teammates Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins and Chris Paul haven’t been keeping up with their last season’s performance.

This concerning start for the Warriors has sparked a wave of hot takes and shifting perspectives. Among those commenting is NBA Hall of Famer Kevin Garnett, who has expressed that the Warriors aren’t play-in material this season.


“This team is not a playoff team,” Garnett said of the Warriors. “No, not at all,” he added, when asked if the Warriors are even a play-in team. “I’m just watching teams get better than them.”


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