NBA fans around the country have been waiting for the Warriors dynasty's downfall.
That downfall is upon us, and NBA Twitter is having a field day with it.
During and after the Warriors' 120-92 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday, fans expressed their emotion and media members provided context to Golden State's rough 0-2 start this season.
It's not just that the Warriors are getting dumptrucked, but they somehow look even worse than the score. Soft, embarrassing defense, comical turnovers, disjointed offense.— Royce Young (@royceyoung) October 27, 2019
One of (many) problems for the Warriors is that all the teams that got embarrassed by them over the years are going to come out firing every night now. Every team is going to try and light them up just like this.— Nick Friedell (@NickFriedell) October 27, 2019
Revenge is like the sweetest joy ... https://t.co/42VMqi7UyD— Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe) October 27, 2019
The Warriors...woof!— Vincent Goodwill (@VinceGoodwill) October 27, 2019
Warriors gave up 141 against the Clippers. It can only get better from there, right? Well, they just gave up 70 in the first half to the Thunder while only scoring 37 themselves. Yikes doesn't even cover it.— Bay Area Sports Guy (@BASportsGuy) October 27, 2019
/holds up hand for recommending the Warriors over because of how much everyone had hammered him about Steph’s impact and he HAD been so impactful and— Hardwood Paroxysm (@HPbasketball) October 27, 2019
NBA teams when they see they’re going up against the Warriors pic.twitter.com/8DyEUIpyVm— kendrew (@kendr3w) October 27, 2019
To all the Warriors fans who thought losing KD was no big deal, what do you think now?— Keyron McBean (@KMRay7) October 27, 2019
Tank for Wiseman— Goatshela (@goatshela) October 27, 2019
IM FINE STOP ASKING pic.twitter.com/7EZKjK1giR— Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) October 27, 2019
After the Warriors' five straight trips to the NBA Finals, fans and media alike aren't used to seeing a team led by Steve Kerr, Steph Curry and Draymond Green play this poorly.
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Kerr has warned everyone that what the Warriors experienced over the last five years wasn't normal. But this start to the season is a harsher reality than anyone could have expected.