1.24: Warriors scoop -- The day after 4th quarter collapse
It was a meltdown of epic proportions of Golden State Warriors led by as many as twenty points in the third quarter Monday night. And yet somehow it was the Memphis Grizzlies who left with a W. Monta Ellis had a -- fourth quarter turnovers staff curry added two of his found David Lee -- -- -- all but disappear. John Henry Smith has more on the aftermath. A day after their most embarrassing loss of the season the Warriors emotions were still -- a disappointment. Still in shock. Still in disbelief. Of how well we lose -- cool. We do. We get messed up full court with the first group. They will be good those Mark Jackson says he's identified a key reason why his team has failed so often this season the closeout winnable games. I think -- ended today -- try to make a home run plays. You find ourselves in trouble. Because rather than trusting. We've done for three quarters coach Jackson says he blames himself on Monday night two were not playing Nate Robinson -- the fourths in hindsight I probably missed. Native of probably one got it out. Should have captains whether it be forced out and there -- staff because of his energy. -- the way it was competing. So in the wake of this epic failure against -- this Mark Jackson says they watched the film before Tuesday's practice a little more closely. I don't know. And we talked about every situation. Every possession. Offensively and defense -- yeah. -- guys accountable colleges. Oh you know plays that. From how they got out there and he showed how we got out there they they they did a way that it does the question came up Tuesday does this loss to more players who. The experience. -- -- We win in nine games that again we lost eleven that we love whose win nine of them in -- -- is -- -- wood -- game. I've got to find five guys. That are willing. Close out ball games on both sides of a fumble on a tough thing to do when everybody's on an oval when everybody's. Making mistakes. Five in those guns with the Warriors I'm John Henry Smith. Comcast sports net. Lawyers were outscored at 39 to 22 in the final quarter and we're just nine of twenty from the field. They attempted just two free throws that quarter but the glaring statistic. Is the turnovers nine than the Warriors resulting in thirteen Memphis points. Back Simon has more in his players can't. While a lot of people are focusing on the nine turnovers in the fourth quarter that the Warriors had against Memphis on Monday night. I'm Mark Jackson team looked at the film today on Tuesday he saw another issue and that was effort. Jackson wasn't happy with -- what he saw on the fourth quarter not just the turnovers. But he -- Warriors didn't play harder and be playing more scrappy to get a win against a team like that. -- fourth quarter turnovers and ways to treat the ball. Those issues are gonna go away. It -- also another issue the -- talking about now and that's effort intensity and -- But the Warriors who will attempt to put the fourth quarter collapse behind them when they take on the Portland trailblazers on Wednesdays pregame live we'll get to that. At that.
Following the collapse Monday night, hear from Mark Jackson, Monta Ellis, Nate Robinson and Warriors Insider Matt Steinmetz.