The Warriors under Steve Kerr are not going to be a team that calls high ball screen after high ball screen on a nightly basis.
That's just not going to happen, as it runs counter to Kerr's philosophy.
But there will be some games where the Warriors do deploy a lot of pick-and-rolls. And Monday night against the Chicago Bulls was one of them.
"Knowing how Chicago probably was gonna guard -- there was gonna be a lot more pick-and-rolls," the two-time NBA MVP said. "Me and James [Wiseman] and Draymond [Green] at the top trying to get our chemistry.
"That was a good set for us."
Yes, it was.
Andrew Wiggins also dished out two assists to Wiseman in pick-and-roll situations.
Did the 7-foot rookie know coming into the game he would be setting more on-ball screens?
"We worked on it in practice so I knew that it was going to happen," Wiseman told the media. "So I really got prepared for it. Screen hard, roll to the basket and get dunks and rebounds.
"There were a lot of opportunities."
We'll see if those opportunities carry over to the Warriors' next game Thursday at the Miami Heat.