World Champion Golden State Warriors @ LA Lakers 03-06-2016

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» Sun Mar 06, 2016 3:35 am
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» Sun Mar 06, 2016 3:37 am
national tv game :usa :flag202: :forthosewhothinkyoung:

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» Sun Mar 06, 2016 3:44 am
Curry good to go, Iguodala doubtful for Warriors-Lakers game
By Rusty Simmons Updated 1:53 pm, Saturday, March 5, 2016

The Warriors will have point guard Stephen Curry for Sunday’s game against the Lakers, but sixth man Andre Iguodala’s availability is doubtful, according to head coach Steve Kerr.

Curry returned from a sore left ankle to score a game-high 33 points in the Warriors’ victory over Oklahoma City on Thursday, and Iguodala gutted out 14 minutes with left hamstring tightness.

Kerr said Iguodala didn’t have a setback or re-tweak his injury against the Thunder, but the team wants to be extra cautious the 32-year-old, especially considering that the Warriors also play Monday - a home game against Orlando.

“We’ll be very careful with Andre,” Kerr said Saturday before the Warriors left for Los Angeles. “He’s questionable, which probably leans more toward doubtful with the back-to-back. … We’ve got two games in quick order here, so we’ve got to be smart.”
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» Sun Mar 06, 2016 4:30 am
This would be a good game to do a Popovich and rest the main players.
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» Sun Mar 06, 2016 11:58 am
migya wrote:This would be a good game to do a Popovich and rest the main players.

The only problem is that the team has basically announced that they're officially chasing the record, and as Stairway is quick to point out: the Spurs aren't far behind us (though they kinda are all things considered). So if they happen to take an L in LA, against a team that's beaten us in their house somewhat recently, then it'll be a pretty big distraction for the team.

Also, I don't feel like we have the depth to pull another game out without Curry and Iggy - especially if it's 3 players with Green, Klay, Bogut, etc. The Spurs bench as a whole is better, our top 6-7 players are much better, but their depth allows them to rest 4 or so guys against a bad team and still win. I know we beat a much better team (Hawks) without Iggy and Curry, but resting those 2 plus Green and/or Klay, Bogut, etc. would probably be guaranteeing a loss.

I'd feel better about resting Bogut if AV or MacAdoo have looked better (JMM needs more time back to prove himself), or especially with a healthy Ezeli.
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» Sun Mar 06, 2016 2:37 pm
Way too many turnovers. We're just trying to make stupid passes. Normally we get out to a lead before we start getting careless with the ball. The shots should start falling, but going down by at least 10 at half against the Lakers is a bit discouraging...
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» Sun Mar 06, 2016 3:44 pm
Well, this was the trap game of all trap games. Disgusting carelessness with the ball, nauseating shooting, no communication or cohesiveness on D at times.
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» Sun Mar 06, 2016 3:52 pm
Oh and some awful officiating. I learned you can push your man away from the ball, tap it into the backcourt, then when they touch the ball, it's some how a backcourt - either Green had possession and it was a foul, or he didn't and Green shouldn't have had a backcourt violation. Then there was the blatant double dribble.
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» Sun Mar 06, 2016 4:03 pm
Biggest loss of the season but maybe it'll be the kick in rear end the team needs.

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