Game Thread: Warriors @ Memphis Grizzlies 2006-01-03

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Is having Ike Diogu in the starting lineup and Adonal Foyle on the bench been beneficial for the Warriors?

Poll ended at Wed Jan 04, 2006 8:11 pm

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Total votes: 13

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Starting Lineup
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» Tue Jan 03, 2006 5:02 pm
Ws by 5. We got to keep the momentum going.
Go Warriors...
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Starting Lineup
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» Tue Jan 03, 2006 5:45 pm
I wonder how murphy is going to react to these trade rumors.
» Tue Jan 03, 2006 6:08 pm
i hate this impending trade...

however, he'll play well. indy is a lot closer to new jersey.

did i mention that i HATE THIS TRADE!?

Rookie
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» Tue Jan 03, 2006 6:52 pm
not looking good.

The memphis crowd seems to realy hate Baron Davis...
» Tue Jan 03, 2006 6:55 pm
thats only because he got in jones' face.

on another note... did the coaching staff even prepare these guys for this game? they're leaving eddie jones and bobby jackson open for 3-point shots. they're reaching-in when guarding gasol. trade coach monty for artest... worthless piece of _____

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» Tue Jan 03, 2006 8:42 pm
They needed to feed Diogu more in the first half. That's why he's in the lineup, right? To stabilize things. Once he figures out how to avoid foul trouble, look out. I liked what I saw from Monta Ellis and Zarko. Maybe Chewbacca can get re-signed and worked more into the rotation as an alternative to Dunleavy if this whole Artest thing doesn't work out. Zarko's not much of a defender though. Monta might supplant Fisher as the third guard as early as next season. He could become a stud. Aaron Miles may get let go soon. Sad, but Ellis plays with a lot more confidence. The upside of an injured Foyle (other than BD's passes clanging off his hands in the lane) is more time for Biedrins and Taft to get their games together.
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» Wed Jan 04, 2006 3:11 am
wrycooter wrote:They needed to feed Diogu more in the first half. That's why he's in the lineup, right? To stabilize things. Once he figures out how to avoid foul trouble, look out.


He didn't have any foul trouble this game, and still only played 17 min. I don't think Monty has any confidence in him. He's just forced to play Diogu...

Fire Monty!!!!!!!!
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Starting Lineup
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» Wed Jan 04, 2006 5:47 am
TMC wrote:
wrycooter wrote:They needed to feed Diogu more in the first half. That's why he's in the lineup, right? To stabilize things. Once he figures out how to avoid foul trouble, look out.


He didn't have any foul trouble this game, and still only played 17 min. I don't think Monty has any confidence in him. He's just forced to play Diogu...

Fire Monty!!!!!!!!


Where is mussleman when you need him.
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» Wed Jan 04, 2006 6:25 am
TMC wrote:He didn't have any foul trouble this game, and still only played 17 min. I don't think Monty has any confidence in him. He's just forced to play Diogu...

Fire Monty!!!!!!!!



What is going on!!!! Diogu is starting, no Foyle and still he gets next to no court time!!!! They would have had a chance to win this game if they had followed a plan of giving the ball to Diogu a bit!

Things have got to change because this team is far better than this
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» Wed Jan 04, 2006 7:53 am
17 mins and just 2 rebounds......eek
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» Wed Jan 04, 2006 8:00 am
Quazza wrote:17 mins and just 2 rebounds......eek



Definately strange and Diogu needs to focus on being a monster on rebounds and finally showing that he can block shots like he did in college!

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