Game Thread: Warriors @ Milwaukee Bucks 2008-01-19

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Can the Warriors take one in Milwaukee?

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 3:40 am
TMC wrote:Can't comment much on the game, because I missed it (got Toronto at Philly instead).

Seems like it was an easy win, with lots of guys contributing and playing their roles perfectly.

I must say that I'm surprised to see Kosta out there, and even more surprised to see that he was effective, even if it was in garbage time (I'm just guessing this part).


actually he was big in the first half. came in and just kept grabbing boards. D'd up really well on bogut who was basically a non-factor all game
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 3:43 am
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TMC wrote:Can't comment much on the game, because I missed it (got Toronto at Philly instead).

Seems like it was an easy win, with lots of guys contributing and playing their roles perfectly.

I must say that I'm surprised to see Kosta out there, and even more surprised to see that he was effective, even if it was in garbage time (I'm just guessing this part).


actually he was big in the first half. came in and just kept grabbing boards. D'd up really well on bogut who was basically a non-factor all game


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Now I'm even more surprised. He looked like a guaranteed bust the few times I saw him play for Partizan. But if you say he played well, all the better. Hope we have a future player in him.

Maybe, just maybe, that's why the team declined the option on POB's next year. :dontknow:
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 9:08 am
sfsfsfgiants wrote:I can admit it, guys, I was wrong about him not playing. William, just for you, I will post my original post.

sfsfsfgiants wrote:As I said earlier, Kosta wont even play. Those minutes vacated by the absence of Mbenga should, and probably will, go to Wright and O'Bryant. Kosta wont play at all, I bet. Just another guy to fill out the team.


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Is that u...i didn't know that :oops:

the first time i saw Kosta played, this guy just pop up in my head coz i remembered he said kosta won't play at all...i forgot...is that U... :mrgreen:

:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: JK.....okie :wink:
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 9:56 am
Yup, William, that was indeed me . :wink:

I just hope, as others have said, that they continue to get playing time. It seems they played well enough for it.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 12:06 pm
EMan32 wrote:
TMC wrote:Can't comment much on the game, because I missed it (got Toronto at Philly instead).

Seems like it was an easy win, with lots of guys contributing and playing their roles perfectly.

I must say that I'm surprised to see Kosta out there, and even more surprised to see that he was effective, even if it was in garbage time (I'm just guessing this part).


actually he was big in the first half. came in and just kept grabbing boards. D'd up really well on bogut who was basically a non-factor all game


yep he looked pretty good out there. i'll have to admit i was expecting him to be slow as molasses and be really clumbsy out there but he looked like he was in control which is how you get in nellie's rotation :D
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 3:38 pm
I can't shake the feeling that it was a fluke. Atleast one of his baskets came on a follow lay in on the break though. I think he must have been the second warrior up the floor. He sure doesn't look like an athlete but he's tall.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 4:47 pm
EMan32 wrote:
TMC wrote:Can't comment much on the game, because I missed it (got Toronto at Philly instead).

Seems like it was an easy win, with lots of guys contributing and playing their roles perfectly.

I must say that I'm surprised to see Kosta out there, and even more surprised to see that he was effective, even if it was in garbage time (I'm just guessing this part).


actually he was big in the first half. came in and just kept grabbing boards. D'd up really well on bogut who was basically a non-factor all game


but according to the Bucks anouncers Bogut was playing like Shaq in his prime last night....thir homerism was hilarious!
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 5:36 pm
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EMan32 wrote:
TMC wrote:Can't comment much on the game, because I missed it (got Toronto at Philly instead).

Seems like it was an easy win, with lots of guys contributing and playing their roles perfectly.

I must say that I'm surprised to see Kosta out there, and even more surprised to see that he was effective, even if it was in garbage time (I'm just guessing this part).


actually he was big in the first half. came in and just kept grabbing boards. D'd up really well on bogut who was basically a non-factor all game


but according to the Bucks anouncers Bogut was playing like Shaq in his prime last night....thir homerism was hilarious!


haha...oh those bucks announcers. if bogut was playing like shaq in his prime last night then the bucks are in some deep sh*t
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2008 8:48 am
#1, great game! Can't remember the last time more than 1 rookie saw playing time in a game!

#2, WITHOUT Mickael Pietrus and Austin Crosshere, the Warriors STILL looked damn deep! Patrick O'Bryant AND Kosta Perovic (wtf??) looked extremely decent in backup time! Patty got the swat of the night, while Kosta collected wide open putbacks underneath. Both times, I kept wondering... "how do the Bucks lose track of a 7'2" guy??"

#3, I hope Pietrus' no-show was a sign of a soon-to-be trade. The guy's contract became eligible for trade on the 18th. Get him the **** outta here. We clearly have better options on the bench.

#4, Baron STILL played far too much, for my taste. I think Nellie might be jacking up his numbers in an attempt to make the all-star game. That's the only logical reason I can imagine for leaving your star guard in during the 4th quarter with a 25 point lead.
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