Paschall drops 30 but the Warriors fall 108-100 to Pelicans

Golden State to continue road swing on Tuesday in Memphis

Whitley Sandretto
November 17, 2019 - 7:01 pm

The Golden State Warriors fell to 2-12 on the season after losing to the New Orleans Pelicans 108-100 on Sunday.

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Both teams are depleted right now. The official injury report had 16 players on it (Warriors seven, Pelicans nine). One of the nine injured Pelicans listed was JJ Redick but he did play and finished with 26 points.

Despite the Warriors having the worst record in the NBA, it's not all bad. The rookie Eric Paschall had his second 30-point game of his young NBA career. 

The last Warrior to have at least two 30-point games in his rookie season, Stephen Curry a decade ago. Paschall had 30 points on 10/17 FG, 2/4 from three, 7 rebounds, and 2 assists. Not bad for the second round pick. 

Someone else who's taking full advantage of his opportunity; the undrafted two-way player, Ky Bowman. He finished with 19 points, 2 rebounds and 4 assists.

Can't forget Marquese Chriss' catching a body:

To start the game, head coach Steve Kerr decided to start Draymond Green at point guard. Bowman is the only true point guard on the roster, but Kerr has mentioned several times over the past week that he wants Green to have the ball in his hands more because that's when he's best; being a facilitator.

They have three more games on this road trip and coming up next, the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday. Tip-off is at 5pm and coverage begins at 3:30pm on 95.7 The Game. 

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