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next 10 ( the Futures in a crystal ball )
Posted: Mon Nov 22, 2004 3:48 pm
Well 1st 10 games , we @ 2-8 .
But how will we all fair over the next 10 which will be very crucial for us if we want to be a .500 team . Here is how i break it down.
23/11:New Orleanes WIN
26/11: Clippers WIN
28/11: @ Clippers WIN
1/12: T'WOLVES LOSS
3/12: @ LAKERS WIN
4/12: PACERS WIN ( No Doubt )
6/12: CELTICS WIN
7/12 @ PHEONIX LOSS
10/12: ORLANDO WIN
12/12: BOBCATS WIN
8 wins in the next 10 games takes us to 10-10, we would then be entering a 4 game roadtrip!
I have given us wins against the Clips, because if we can't win these games then i say we start using Mitch Richmond as a scout.
We were strong against the Lakers in preseason, and our back to back game is against the Pacers ( which is the weakest team in the league ATM )
I don't think we can beat Pheonix because of Steve Nash fine form and Timberwolves have always come into our home and spanked us.
But hey a 10-10 record would make us legit and push us back into contention!
Posted: Mon Nov 22, 2004 3:53 pm
I'll go 4-6
One of the Clippers games
Posted: Mon Nov 22, 2004 4:41 pm
I dont agree with the "No Doubt" you put next to the game against the Pacers. They took the Magic to the last seconds of the 4th with a chance to tie it at the end. Keep in mind they only had 6 guys the whole game...thats pretty impressive.
Posted: Mon Nov 22, 2004 5:03 pm
there are no NBA teams that are a "no doubt" against the Warriors
Posted: Mon Nov 22, 2004 7:31 pm
i went with 7-3.
Posted: Mon Nov 22, 2004 9:24 pm
The Pacers better be a no doubt , when you take Jackson , Artest and O'Neal out of the mix. The team make up is similar to ours. A team of no allstars.
If we don't seize the day against this team, Then will never know how to get a "MUCH NEEDED WIN"
Posted: Mon Nov 22, 2004 10:57 pm
We're a team of no allstars
Posted: Tue Nov 23, 2004 12:04 am
The sad thing about the next ten games is that a slightly above average team would go 8 and 2.
Warriors contniue sucking but win 4 anyway: Charlotte at home, Pacers-lite at home, Hornets at home, and Lakers at LA.
Despite this, we will suck enough to get swept by the Clippers.
Posted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 6:33 pm
What concerns me is our win against the Hornets. I know that i did say in another post anyone who comes out of 3OT with the win is a stronger tighter unit.
We went 3OT with the worst team in the west.
plus it's not really even a west team, they just got realligned out here, so i still call them a EAST unit.
Sure the Hornets have played more WEST teams now cause of there reallignment, but they are still the worst team behind the BULLS>
SO how do we regroup !
I think Montgomery and team need to relize how important our nest 2 games are. if we are to even have a chance at playoffs then we need to dominate our division . Kings, LAkers havn't been doing that. can we step it up and become the 2nd best team behind Suns ( well it depends if we can deliver devastating blows to the likes of Kobe and Webber )
Posted: Thu Nov 25, 2004 2:57 am
Agreed, this is make or break. If we continue to lose and fall back, it's over. But if we can take the triple OT thriller against the Neweakens Hornets and turn it into momentum against the Kings and Lakers, we'd be back in the race for the last spot of the conference. Let's pray, but I don't know if it'll really help.
Posted: Thu Nov 25, 2004 11:15 pm
I think heckling, booing and throwing missile objectives onto the warriors court at warriors players would help more then praying . someones gotta tell them that there form stinks at the moment, and for to long Warriors journalist cover the situation with a "Things can only get better" attitude !
Posted: Fri Nov 26, 2004 2:12 am
Are you really Pawno, or did you kidnap him and take on his identity?
Posted: Sun Nov 28, 2004 4:35 pm
Ya. Thats the key word right there. Things CAN get better. But nothing IS.