They definitely played well in phases, but it also felt like the Warriors were on auto-pilot for much of the game.
The initial THT/Beasley minutes really hurt. THT and Beasely had some nice connections. THT found him on 3 or 4 wide open 3's, just didnt make them, and the game spiraled. Maybe it is all the travel/games giving the Jazz dead legs.
Sexton's definitely getting better passing out of the stuff that he does, but he still has too many bad decision making moments and the whole team is making a lot of low IQ decisions on both ends.
Unfortunately he is Quin 2.0 in that aspect. It is not a bad thing though since we are much better off losing. Hopefully the wheels completely fall off in the near future and he goes all in on playing the young guys.