Warriors' ugly first half ends with Portis doing Steph's shimmy


The Warriors' recent slump made the trip with them to Milwaukee and it led to a disastrous first half against the reigning NBA champion Bucks.

While the Warriors were ice cold in the first 24 minutes, the Bucks couldn't miss.

Bucks forward Bobby Portis punctuated the beatdown in Cream City with a 3-pointer at the halftime buzzer to give Milwaukee a staggering 77-38 lead at the break.

Then Portis added insult to, well, insult while celebrating.

Yes, Portis appears to do Steph Curry's trademark shimmy. That's how bad things were going for the Warriors.

The 39-point halftime deficit is the largest the Warriors have faced since the franchise moved to California in 1962-63, per ESPN Stats and Info.

The Warriors began their four-game road trip with a loss to the Grizzlies in Memphis, and if they don't make a historic comeback in Milwaukee, they will take a two-game losing streak into a matchup against the Eastern Conference-leading Chicago Bulls on Friday.

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Usually a very good road team, the Warriors likely can't wait for this trip to end.

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