The biggest obstacle from tonight was whether to watch the San Francisco Giants, the Golden State Warriors, or in some way to watch both. It didn’t matter which thing you chose, both Bay Area teams delivered for the fans. The Giants won another World Series while the Warriors began the season the right foot. The Warriors beat the Kings in Sacramento 95-77, but don’t let the score fool you. The Warriors got off to a slow start, but were able to pick it up in the second half. Steph Curry was dominant tonight, he finished with 24 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists, and 5 assists.
Here are the best tweets of the night:
1. We were all ready for the Warriors season to begin!
— AT&T MAN (@DxC_TheDreamer) October 30, 2014
2. She sounds like a winner, got her priorities right.
It’s the struggle trying to watch the warriors game and giants game at the same time lmao
— bri (@_yungbri) October 30, 2014
3. It was truly unlike them until they woke up.
Wouldn’t believe you if you said warriors would be 1/15 from three at this point in the game
— Dre (@zol0) October 30, 2014
4. Best backcourt in the NBA.
— ParadizeBoy256 (@ELCAPO5142) October 30, 2014
5. True lover of the game.
Who’s needs a girl when you have the NBA to keep you busy. I mean honestly. I’ll take a Steph Curry step back 3 over cuddling anytime.
— Aye, Fuck Yo Couch (@Thetruezee02) October 30, 2014
6. It usually happens when you’re this good.
Warriors are taking over Sacramento! #DubNation
— Joe Miramontes (@TheJM22) October 30, 2014
7. I’m pretty sure it’ll be the smart thing to bet on them rather than against them.
Warriors up 13, aiming for a 3-0 night and a 6-1 start to the NBA season! Lets go Golden State!
— CapitalGainsBetting (@BeatinTheBookie) October 30, 2014
8. That’s the goal brotha!
— Grady Maloney (@BrickThrower12) October 30, 2014
9. There will always be love from your Alma Mater.
— WSUCougFootball (@wsucougfb) October 30, 2014
10. One down, 81 to go.
Steve Kerr slaps fives with several friends, including ex-NBA player Jud Buechler, sitting behind the bench after 1st win as Warriors coach.
— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) October 30, 2014