Shoot first, second and third, and dont bother asking questions later. Just keep shooting.
That seems to be the philosophy of the perimeter-proficient Golden State Warriors entering their second season under coach Mark Jackson.
Of course, unlike predecessor Don Nelson, Jacksons teams at least try in other areas of the game. But when you have the bullets, you may as well put them in the pistol and fire away.
From Stephen Curry to Klay Thompson to Harrison Barnes to Brandon Rush, the Warriors are one of the few teams that can give their guys the green light without concern. Each has zip code range, too.
What makes these Warriors different than in years past is, again, they now have interior guys willing to take a stab at defense, rebounding, and real-life moves in the post.
Also, Curry is an underrated passer who distributes graciously -- perhaps an easier task with Monta Ellis no longer on the team. Nowadays, Curry may actually get the ball back.
So while the Warriors may not ...