美國JRS之聲2019-04-14 02:08:02

Kobe Bryant: 'You Can’t Beat Golden State By Playing Golden State-Style'


[–]ThunderjoegrizzyV 86 指標 9小時前

OKC laid the blueprint for how to beat them. But then uh....well...they stole our best player so....


[–]Lakersbengalisocks 124 指標 8小時前

It depends on what you mean by their style, but unless you have a generational big man, a switch heavy system seems the best way to beat the team. HOU laid out a blue print, and while I don't think you need to be as reliant on the three as HOU, I still think you need to follow modern principles of stretching the floor and switching.


[–]Rocketsbauboish 131 指標 4小時前

Honestly I've never felt that Houston had the same style as the Warriors.

Warriors move the ball a lot. Houston almost never passes.

Warriors run up and down. Houston slows the game to a crawl.

Warriors play egalitarian "everyone touches the ball" Rockets play "Harden/CP3 gets the ball everyone else space out and stand there."





Warriors have half a roster of centers. The Rockets focused roster building on guards and wings.

I think a lot of times people just misunderstand philosophy with talent. The reason people can't beat the Warriors because they have a lot more talent than you.



[–][GSW] Draymond Greenjthc 49 指標 4小時前

Defensively we're similar, but offensively we're on different planets. It does go to show that there are many ways to run an effective offense.


[–]Rocketsbauboish 24 指標 4小時前

True on defense I agree the Rockets and the Warriors are similar. Ironically enough that was were the Rockets had the most success against the Warriors. So it turns out being the same as the Warriors didn't do so badly for the Rockets after all.


In the end I just think people focus on all these random stuff when the simple answer is "more talent wins more often." Take out Steph Curry from the Warriors and they don't look nearly as formidable despite their philosophy. And on the flip side put D'Antoni as coach of the Warriors and they'd still be the best team. It's really not that complicate IMO.


[–][TOR] Pops Mensah-Bonsushakattack917 45 指標 8小時前

Shaolin shadboxing style


[–]Raptorschicogarciamarquez 378 指標 8小時前

the only other way is to clone Larbon Jams


[–]LakersSyno_Alkheiser[S] 48 指標 8小時前

I'd eat that


[–]Warriorscontigowater 26 指標 8小時前

idk the rockets gave a good fight


[–][LAC] Patrick BeverleyTatumBoomedMe 17 指標 5小時前

People sleep on the rockets so much on here, it’s crazy


[–]Lakerswatdoyoumeandrugtest 7 指標 4小時前

They lost 2 big parts of their defense


[–]Wizardslivefreeordont 13 指標 2小時前

Luc played like 5 mpg against the warriors and was terrible thanks to a dislocated shoulder. He was not a big part of their success against the Warriors


[–][LAL] Brandon Ingramfriskydongo 100 指標 8小時前

You can't beat them with any style as of now.


[–]SpursDuque_Plata 125 指標 8小時前

The Rockets almost did and likely would have if CP3 was healthy or if they didn't have that historic missed shot streak

Everybody here loves to prop the Warriors up as invincible (probably to make Lebron getting whooped look better), but we almost saw it happen at the hands of two stars and a short lineup which is a very attainable lineup.



[–][NYK] Carmelo AnthonyAdzBoogie 93 指標 8小時前

If Iguodala was playing, it would've been over in 5.


[–]Cavaliersbenelchuncho 62 指標 7小時前

Luc was very important for Houston and he didn’t play either


[–][GSW] Draymond Greenjthc 27 指標 4小時前

I can't wait for the day when we stop arguing over this. Same with 2015 and 2016. Injuries happened. The games were played anyway. The hypotheticals with zero injuries don't mean anything.


[–]WarriorsMadMax1996 28 指標 5小時前

Igoudala vs. Luc in terms of value to team is not close. Luc lacks Andres vision and decision making on offense, on defense Igoudala is a generational defensive player(yes he is old) with some of the best hands in the business.

Edit: man people here have no idea how important Iggy is to the dubs.



[–]LakersCheppyWire 63 指標 4小時前

It's just wild to me that a team's fanbase can say that their team with four all stars, the greatest shooter of all time, one of the greatest scorers of all time, can crumble if their 34 year old backup small forward is out and that justifies the losses.


[–]Supersonicsquite_certain 44 指標 4小時前

It's also wild how much you guys underrate Houston's 17-18 season. Only 19 teams in the history of the NBA have won 65 or more games. Last year's Rockets became #19. The majority of these teams go on to win the championship. They went 4-1 and 4-1 before the WCF. And regardless of how stacked their opponent was in WCF, they were one quarter away from winning it all.


[–]76ersthefreeman419 23 指標 8小時前

If by Golden State style you mean ball movement, threes and switching defense, I think every team is gonna have to learn to play that way


[–]Wizardsireddit270 47 指標 8小時前

The ball movement thing is a myth. Golden State’s defense is designed to disrupt ball movement, so in reality you need elite isolation-heavy players to beat them.


We saw that with Lebron + Kyrie’s Cavs in the 2016 Finals, and again with Harden’s Rockets in the 2018 WCF (who have been GSWs toughest test by far) . The way to beat GS is to slow the game down to half court , limit TOs and isolate against favorable matchups.