He doesn’t need to be the next Steph Curry, but an overall FG% of 29% (2- and 3-pointers) is just really bad.
Golden State is great, because Kerr is a brilliant defense-mind. Not just because of that backcourt. D’Antoni, as frontrunner of the pace-and-space era, would not have the same success with that roster. But that’s a different discussion.