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Re: The Real Season Test Begins in January.

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:34 am
by 32
warriorsstepup wrote:So the trend continues, lost three times to Denver now, twice to orlando, etc, etc.

We need to start bringing signs to games that say "Save Us Bogut!"

I'm sick of getting demoralized by teams with size. We were supposed to have solved this issue dammit.

Re: The Real Season Test Begins in January.

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 6:15 am
by migya
Rough month so far. What so far, 2-5, 3-4?

Re: The Real Season Test Begins in January.

Posted: Fri Jan 18, 2013 12:49 am
by loyaltyisacurse
migya wrote:Rough month so far. What so far, 2-5, 3-4?

2·5 and we all know how much this team struggles in San Antonio. Better hope curry its not out for extended period, for team's issues are severely exacerbated without him.... This month has the potential to get real ugly.

Re: The Real Season Test Begins in January.

Posted: Fri Jan 18, 2013 9:19 am
by 32
loyaltyisacurse wrote:
migya wrote:Rough month so far. What so far, 2-5, 3-4?

2·5 and we all know how much this team struggles in San Antonio. Better hope curry its not out for extended period, for team's issues are severely exacerbated without him.... This month has the potential to get real ugly.

No joke.

That Heat game looked chillingly similar to tank mode from last year. Curry really is the hope of this roster. Without him, everything falls apart.

Re: The Real Season Test Begins in January.

Posted: Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:29 pm
by migya
To be honest, I never expected the team to even be at 50% without Bogut, let alone where they are, so as long as the team is still above 50% after this month.

Re: The Real Season Test Begins in January.

Posted: Sat Mar 09, 2013 11:31 pm
by loyaltyisacurse
Appears to me that many of the issue in my OP have not improved ...

Re: The Real Season Test Begins in January.

Posted: Mon May 06, 2013 10:57 pm
by loyaltyisacurse
loyaltyisacurse wrote:
Some thing I would like to see cleaned up in order to sustain the team's run are:


2) Propensity to lose intensity with double digit leads.
3) Basketball IQ especially in late game situations (IE Barnes drive to basket after steal vs. Lakers)

6) Coach Jaskson's willingness to call time out when other team making a run to stop their momentum. (He seems to wait until lead entirely evaporated instead calling a TO when, say, a 19 pt lead becomes a 9 pt lead.

.
. SOS DD!

Re: The Real Season Test Begins in January.

Posted: Wed May 07, 2014 4:56 pm
by loyaltyisacurse
loyaltyisacurse wrote:
loyaltyisacurse wrote:
Some thing I would like to see cleaned up in order to sustain the team's run are:


2) Propensity to lose intensity with double digit leads.
3) Basketball IQ especially in late game situations (IE Barnes drive to basket after steal vs. Lakers)

6) Coach Jaskson's willingness to call time out when other team making a run to stop their momentum. (He seems to wait until lead entirely evaporated instead calling a TO when, say, a 19 pt lead becomes a 9 pt lead.

.
. SOS DD!

The fact the above issues never changed contributed greatly to his demise...

Re: The Real Season Test Begins in January.

Posted: Wed May 07, 2014 4:57 pm
by loyaltyisacurse
loyaltyisacurse wrote:
loyaltyisacurse wrote:
Some thing I would like to see cleaned up in order to sustain the team's run are:


2) Propensity to lose intensity with double digit leads.
3) Basketball IQ especially in late game situations (IE Barnes drive to basket after steal vs. Lakers)

6) Coach Jaskson's willingness to call time out when other team making a run to stop their momentum. (He seems to wait until lead entirely evaporated instead calling a TO when, say, a 19 pt lead becomes a 9 pt lead.

.
. SOS DD!

The fact the above issues never changed contributed greatly to his demise...

Re: The Real Season Test Begins in January.

Posted: Wed May 07, 2014 6:51 pm
by Blackfoot
I think I have hear 2 and 6 from every single fan of every single team in every single sport about their coach at some point.

It's a sport. This happens to every team. Calling a time out doesn't stop your runs and it doesn't stop the other team runs because sports are random and a lot of the time it has literally zero to do with actual adjustments. It's just the ball going in the hoop. Or your ball not going in the hoop. Pop said it best. "Ball didn't go in the hole."

And in that same vein, sports are ****ing volatile. If you pay attention to other teams, you will see most games at some point have a double digit lead that is promptly blown.