The Golden State Warriors hold one of the most intriguing rosters that feature four of the top 15 best players in the NBA. All of this headlined by the addition of Kevin Durant that has many excited about how explosive their offense will be. Forgotten in all of this is Zaza Pachulia, who is hoping to get on the action by achieving something he’s never done in his NBA career, according to Anthony V. Slater of the San Jose Mercury News
“My goal is to make one three-pointer this season.”
Through his first 13 years in the NBA, Pachulia is 0-for-24 from beyond the arc. It’s clear that this has been something he has taken very little importance to including in his game. With the Warriors playing an uptempo offense, there could be a play or two during the year where he could get his shot.
His predecessor Andrew Bogut has set the bar high going 2-for-2 in his four years with the team. In all seriousness, Pachulia will get to accomplish that goal at some point. It’s just a matter of time before it happens.