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Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2007 3:32 pm
by d1mex
in a way the clippers winning has helped us, now we have two spots to go after not just one...

hopefully denver loses tonight against seattle...

Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2007 3:43 pm
by xbay
We had to overcome Baron getting ejected. It was a nice win, a must win and we got it. Forget the Clips, we're 1 1/2 games behind the Nuggets!

Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2007 4:59 pm
by aaustria
aaustria wrote:nelson was interviewed after a game with the grizz and said that they had no answer for monta ellis but the dubs had no answer for gasol. i also remember the warriors losing to the grizzlies but not necessarily after that game. i don't think this is going to be an easy game and i can see the warriors winning by less than 7 points if at all :X


i think i had a pretty accurate hold on the result of the game :P but i didn't expect BD to be out lol.

Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2007 5:37 pm
by 32
Excellent win today. Definately was a needed victory.

::lol: I also find it funny and a bit ironic how people are ready to praise Andris Biedrins for his 18 rebounds, but wouldn't ever give Troy Murphy his dues whenever he grabbed around 20 boards. The fact that the next closest guy (Pietrus) only had 7 rebounds would have been a huge knock had Murphy pulled in 18. Had Murphy swung a night like this, you'd never hear any praise for him. Blatant double standard. :wink:

Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2007 6:18 pm
by Hoonyo
Murphy had a couple donuts during one stretch. Dre has never had a game where he pulled down zero boards.

Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2007 6:22 pm
by nickdakoolkat
this was a great win, I was shitting bricks the whole game though...JRich played like he really wants to make the playoffs throwing in 26 timely points, and SJax had another solid game. It was great to see them get a win with baron able to rest the knee (by default!)

Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2007 7:01 pm
by cladden
32 wrote:Excellent win today. Definately was a needed victory.

::lol: I also find it funny and a bit ironic how people are ready to praise Andris Biedrins for his 18 rebounds, but wouldn't ever give Troy Murphy his dues whenever he grabbed around 20 boards. The fact that the next closest guy (Pietrus) only had 7 rebounds would have been a huge knock had Murphy pulled in 18. Had Murphy swung a night like this, you'd never hear any praise for him. Blatant double standard. :wink:


Just the way it goes. I remember a time when everyone liked Murph and he'd get his props. He was going downhill for a while with the Warriors though. I have a hard time finding a player that is less suited for Nellie-ball than him.

He was a decent rebounder.

Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2007 7:20 pm
by migya
Great win, though barely a victory. Great games from JRich, SJackson, Monta, Biedrins and PIETRUS. Pietrus hitting 4 of 6 of his shots (which were all threes), getting 7rebs, 2asts, 1stl and 4 blks! is great any time and in only 12 minutes! Better defense is needed though because the Griz, without MMiller, scored too much

Posted: Mon Apr 02, 2007 12:23 am
by TMC
32 wrote:::lol: I also find it funny and a bit ironic how people are ready to praise Andris Biedrins for his 18 rebounds, but wouldn't ever give Troy Murphy his dues whenever he grabbed around 20 boards. The fact that the next closest guy (Pietrus) only had 7 rebounds would have been a huge knock had Murphy pulled in 18. Had Murphy swung a night like this, you'd never hear any praise for him. Blatant double standard. :wink:


It's not a double standard. Murphy would have probably lost the game for us taking too many ill advised shots. Biedrins does his job, Murphy tried to do too much and was detrimental to the team.

btw, Biedrins is a better rebounder. 8)

Posted: Mon Apr 02, 2007 6:41 am
by ChicagoTom
I did not get to see this game as it was not on the NBA Pass yesterday. I was happy to see the Warriors pulled it out. That would have been a playoff killing loss to say the least.

Eight games to go to see if this team can reach the playoffs. It is going to be tough. The Warriors will have to go at least 6-2 to get in. That is not going to be easy. Let's hope this three-game trip coming up goes well for our Warriors.

Posted: Mon Apr 02, 2007 10:20 pm
by xbay
ChicagoTom wrote:I did not get to see this game as it was not on the NBA Pass yesterday. I was happy to see the Warriors pulled it out. That would have been a playoff killing loss to say the least.

Eight games to go to see if this team can reach the playoffs. It is going to be tough. The Warriors will have to go at least 6-2 to get in. That is not going to be easy. Let's hope this three-game trip coming up goes well for our Warriors.


Sadly, it wasn't televised on any channel. I don't understand how they wouldn't televise a home game. There weren't any sports going on other than NBA games, but those were on ABC. MLB opening night didn't start 'til... well, the night.

Posted: Mon Apr 02, 2007 10:27 pm
by migya
xbaywarrior wrote:
ChicagoTom wrote:I did not get to see this game as it was not on the NBA Pass yesterday. I was happy to see the Warriors pulled it out. That would have been a playoff killing loss to say the least.

Eight games to go to see if this team can reach the playoffs. It is going to be tough. The Warriors will have to go at least 6-2 to get in. That is not going to be easy. Let's hope this three-game trip coming up goes well for our Warriors.


Sadly, it wasn't televised on any channel. I don't understand how they wouldn't televise a home game. There weren't any sports going on other than NBA games, but those were on ABC. MLB opening night didn't start 'til... well, the night.



Disgraceful that the team is fighting for a playoff spot, is a professional team of the Oakland area and yet one of their games was not televised, let alone a home game!!!!

Some of you cunnts should get together and really complain!