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NBA cut back Warriors' match on the national broadcast due to poor performances

NBA cut back Warriors' match on the national broadcast due to poor performances

More specifically, the third match of the Golden State Warriors against New Orleans Pelicans was cut off by the NBA broadcaster on national television.

With a poor record, 5-23 at the present time, it is not too difficult for the NBA to decide to cut the length of matches of the Golden State Warriors on national television, especially when the team from San Francisco did not have big names like Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson or Kevin Durant as before.

More specifically, the match between the Golden State Warriors and the New Orleans Pelicans (without Zion Williamson) - the third consecutive matches of Warriors to be cut off by the NBA on television.

This is extremely understandable when both have poor performances in the 2019-20 NBA season: Warriors (5-23) and Pelicans (6-21). And for the sake of business, the NBA cut off this unattractive match - according to Wes Goldberg of Red Bluff Daily.

There is still a match of the Golden State Warriors that will be live on the NBA when they play against the Houston Rockets during Christmas. The question is: Is it not clear that the NBA will continue to cut down the fourth match of the "Golden Gate Bridge" team when they will almost continue to play with a squad of young players currently?

Meanwhile, Pelicans are not better as New Orleans continues to play without "phenomenon" Zion Williamson because of knee injury in a series of friendly matches before NBA 2019-20.

New Orleans Pelicans was expected to bring new wind to the NBA, but the long absence of Zion Williamson - the player born in 2000 made the fans gradually lose patience on the team. Thus, the NBA could not keep the New Orleans Pelicans match on its television.

If the squad of both teams does not improve in the future, it is likely that no match of the two teams will be shown on NBA national television.