Diving into his first opportunity to run the show of the team formerly known as the Super Villains of the NBA, D'Angelo Russell launched 24 shots in 33 minutes. With Stephen Curry following Klay Thompson to the trainer's room and both as unavailable to the Warriors as Kevin Durant, Russell is licensed to shoot most any time he has a decent shot. In a 127-110 loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Friday night, he took full advantage, finishing with a team-high 30 points.