Warning: NBA fans might be disturbed by the graphic nature of these quotes from the Golden State Warriors after their 20-point loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night. In short, they sum up everything that's currently wrong with the Dubs (via the San Francisco Chronicle):

“There’s going to be nights where you don’t have quite the energy or the emotion that you had the previous night,” head coach Steve Kerr said. “You have to be able to rely on execution, defense and toughness. … We had none of that.”

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“I just don’t think we had the focus level you need to have,” Draymond Green said. “That’s a young, hungry team. They’re not bad anymore.”

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“We’re not going to be perfect every game, man,” said Kevin Durant, who paced six Warriors in double digits with a game-high 27 points. “As much as you want us to be, we’re not.”

Did you catch that? The commonality between all three of those dejected lines from the Warriors? "We could have done better. We should have done better. But we just ... didn't. Oh well!"

As much as Kerr and Durant want to say that this is something that happens in the NBA, there's a much bigger problem for Golden State. This team is playing like it's the defending champion, yet it's still miles away from claiming a ring as a group. And this isn't about Golden State being on a back-to-back on Friday after an emotional game against the Thunder or anything like that. Frankly, the NBA's newest superteam is playing like it expects to win.