The Golden State Warriors got right back where they belong on Tuesday: in the win column. The Dubs steamrolled the young Detroit Pistons, winning 102-86 in a game that wasn’t nearly that close. Golden State led by 28 at the half, and pushed the lead comfortably into the 30s, before coasting with the back of their bench to the finish line.
It was a fun game, with a lot of good performances. So let’s grade them all, weighting for our expectations for each player.
25 minutes, 12 points, 10 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 3 turnovers, 5 fouls, 4-for-10 shooting, 2-for-4 threes, 2-for-2 free throws, +8
Here’s a fun Kuminga stat:
At 19 years, 104 days, Jonathan Kuminga’s double-double (12p, 10r) makes him the second-youngest Warrior to achieve the feat.