The Warriors, missing injured starters Stephen Curry and Draymond Green - and still smarting from the dust-up between Green and teammate Kevin Durant earlier this week - led by eight in the second half before Dallas rallied to beat the Warriors for just the second time in their last 19 meetings.
"The best thing for us that came out of it is when he misses the shot similar at the end of regulation, I'm looking over my assistant coach's shoulders, and I'm seeing the team getting him going", Brown said.
"We tried double-teaming him. we tried hard-hedging him", Brown said. "We're going to talk about him making the shot, but what all the replays and the explanations of the shot should show, is his him blocking a shot out of midair and saving it over his shoulders and sprinting down the floor, and then we get a timeout".
Joel Embiid finished with 33 points and 11 rebounds and Ben Simmons had 23 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists as the 76ers defeated the Hornets for the third time this season. The newest member of Philly played a huge role in a 113-107 victory over the Utah Jazz, and he just couldn't resist taking a shot at his former team after the game. "Sixty points in an National Basketball Association game against a pretty good defensive team is a remarkable effort".
A big second quarter helped the hosts Orlando Magic snap the Los Angeles Lakers' four-game win streak with a 130-117 win.
Entering Monday, Walker was averaging 28.7 points and 6.1 assists per game while shooting 45.8 percent from the field, 37.7 percent from beyond the arc, and 85.7 percent from the free-throw line.
Julius Randle added 21 points off the bench and Nikola Mirotic added a double-double of 20 points and 10 rebounds as the Pelicans notched their fifth win in six games. James Borrego picked up his first technical foul as Hornets coach.
Kemba Walker and his Charlotte Hornet teammate's went toe-to-toe with a purposeful 76ers squad last evening, and the outcome was nothing less than spectacular.