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Hornets let Splash Brothers get Wet.

We all knew the Hornets were gonna have to play the perfect game against the Warriors in order to have a chance to pull out a win in the second night of a road back to back. We also knew that the Warriors would have to be off a bit for the Hornets to have a shot to win. Neither of those things came close to happening.

Photo by Kent Smith

From the opening tip the Warriors came out looking like a team with four All Stars in the starting lineup, blitzing Kemba and crew with a hot start. The Splash Brothers showed why they are still the most dominant back court in the NBA. The Hornets perimeter defense has been an issue all season, and it continued to be early and often last night. The Warriors put up 77 points in the first half with Steph and Kay combining for 52 with 13 made threes. The honest truth is the Hornets don’t have nearly enough talent to keep up with the Warriors, especially when Kemba has an off night. This game was over before it began, the only positive performance was from Frank Kaminsky who had maybe his best overall game as a pro. This is not a game you want to go over stat lines and discuss, trust me it was all ugly. The only thing Hornets fans can take away from this epic beating is this, at least they are done playing the Warriors.