Lamb confident Dubs have time to turn 2022-23 season around originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea
Additionally, three of those four losses have come to teams with losing records. The Detroit Pistons, Orlando Magic and Bulls came away with victories that have pushed the Warriors (21-22) below .500 again.
However, Anthony Lamb says the Warriors aren't hitting the panic button despite their recent struggles. The 24-year-old believes there's still plenty of time for the team to turn its 2022-23 NBA season around.
"Never worried about this team," Lamb told reporters postgame. "I know we're going to get where we need to go. I think taking steps is going to be important in doing it quickly, but I have no doubt that we can do that at any point. I think it's just everybody taking self-responsibility and knowing that you have to work on the stuff that you have to work on.
"So that's why all I worry about is just getting better at what I'm doing because in the fourth quarter, I had four fouls that's like one of our keys not to do. And that's a little bit of focus right there, like, being focused, locked into what our game plan is. What we're trying to do is important, and if everybody can do that in their own way, whatever they need to do, then you'll see a turnaround as quick as tomorrow."
The Warriors have passed the midway point of the season. As a result, Golden State has 39 games remaining to turn its situation around and live up to the franchise's standard, which has led to four championships in the last eight seasons.
Lamb and Co. can quickly move past this ugly loss to the Bulls in the backend of a back-to-back against the Washington Wizards on Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Capital One Arena.