The Warriors continue an elite mark under Steve Kerr

Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr stands by their playing court against the Denver Nuggets in the second half during the first round of the NBA Playoff Game Two of the Western Conference at the Chase Center on April 18, 2022 in San Francisco, California.
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The Golden State Warriors Western Conference kicked off Wednesday night with a push to the final.

They came to play and won the first game with a commanding 112-87 win against the Dallas Mavericks.

This is not only a good start for WCF, it is a great one.

In addition, history suggests that this could lead the team to attend another NBA Finals.

The Warriors are now 21-2 in Game 1 under head coach Steve Kerr.

It’s really impressive but it’s even more impressive: they have won 19 of 20 series while leading 1-0.

After leading 1-0 in the series, they only lost in the 2016 final.

What can the Warriors do so they can go all the way again this year?

Golden State is getting better

If the Warriors hope to reach the final again this season, they will only have to repeat what they did on Wednesday.

Each of the team’s big players – Steve Curry, Clay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, Drymond Green and Jordan Poole – did what they had to do, each scoring a double digit.

Also, the team was able to stop the most talented star of Mavus, Luka Donsik.

Donsick had 20 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists but he was repeatedly shut down by the loss of the Warriors defense.

If the Warriors stick to this formula, then success will be theirs.

However, no one should count Mavericks.

They have repeatedly shown that they can adapt and change their attitude towards the parties.

Therefore, don’t be surprised if Mavericks swings out in Game 2, although it will be on the Warriors’ home court again.

Warriors know what to do.

Now the question is will they be able to do it?

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