The guard had a career-high 38 points during the team's win over the Los Angeles Lakers earlier this week, but was held to 10 points in the 126-115 defeat to the Los Angeles Clipper last night.
The coach told reporters: "We're not running our offense through Klay. That's not who we are. We pick and choose, find the hot hand, we run our offense and we execute.
"Last night he had it going and we made a steady diet of Klay. Tonight we were trying to find a rhythm, and then [Stephen Curry] got it going."
The Warriors are back in action tomorrow night against the Sacramento Kings.