Good and Bad
Warriors have the correct answer from SFGate.com
Basketball's rule of atonement calls for a player to make up for a bad play with a good one. In the fourth quarter of Tuesday's 110-103 win over the Bucks, Baron Davis lost the ball to Charlie Bell and watched him streak down the court for a fastbreak layup.
The basket cut the Warriors lead to two points with 3:49 to play, but the fuming Davis didn't panic. He came back on the next possession and swished a 3-pointer from 27 feet to give Golden State a five-point cushion.
Bad play. Good play.