The Warriors collected a lifetime’s worth of memories during their stay in China over the past week. The love and admiration this team has generated during its time halfway around the world is incomparable to any other team in this era. Everywhere the Warriors went, adoring crowds followed. Screaming fans waited for hours outside of the team’s hotel to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars. Fans in both Shenzhen and Shanghai packed into arenas early to watch Steph Curry & Co. company warm up.
As much as Warriors head coach Steve Kerr tried to brush off comparisons to what his team is doing to what Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls accomplished during their run in the 1990s, the comparisons are only going to intensify on and off the floor. They were treated like rock stars during their stay in China and they are winning at an unprecedented rate. While all of that is important, Kerr is smart enough to understand that just like Jordan before him, Curry’s play speaks the kind of universal language that is understood anywhere he goes.
James committed seven turnovers — all in the first half — and looked like a guy who spent the past two weeks rehabbing while the players around him were sharpening their games.
In the postgame locker room, he tried to throw a towel into a bin before Cheap Tigers Jerseys speaking to the media and wound up hitting Cavs director of communications B.J. Evans with Cheap Vintage Baseball Jerseys it by accident. “My passing was off all night,” James said. “Sorry, B.J.”