Game Thread: Chicago Bulls @ Warriors 2008-11-21

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Will the Warriors reach back to .500?

Poll ended at Fri Nov 21, 2008 11:07 pm

89%
YES
17
11%
NO
2

Total votes: 19


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» Sat Nov 22, 2008 12:02 am
dareedle wrote: In terms of coaching, what the heck does a coach teach? Does Nellie teach Jackson how to take a three, does Nellie design plays for BD and tells him to run the play, does Nellie teach Wright how to do an up and over move, does Nellie teach Mags how to split a double team or teach a AR how to beat a man off the dribble.


The answer is a resounding YES

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» Sat Nov 22, 2008 3:19 am
I wanted Randolph to have started in this game!!!!
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» Sat Nov 22, 2008 3:19 am
Ohh man...............it was obvious Rose was going to take us apart, and it looks like he did.

S-Jax nearly had a double double!!! 32 points and 8 turnovers!!! :roll:

Randolph beasts it out with 10 points, 9 boards, 4 blocks and 2 steals but plays 13 f*cking minutes. :roll:

Brandan 10 minutes, Turiaf 7 minutes = Gooden looks like an All Star!!! :roll:

Sh*t game.
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» Sat Nov 22, 2008 4:17 am
bigstrads wrote:Ohh man...............it was obvious Rose was going to take us apart, and it looks like he did.

S-Jax nearly had a double double!!! 32 points and 8 turnovers!!! :roll:

Randolph beasts it out with 10 points, 9 boards, 4 blocks and 2 steals but plays 13 f*cking minutes. :roll:

Brandan 10 minutes, Turiaf 7 minutes = Gooden looks like an All Star!!! :roll:

Sh*t game.



yup, agreed agreed agreed. Where's those small ball lovers now?
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» Sat Nov 22, 2008 11:16 am
Randolph was just awesome in that game. With experience he is going to be a complete beast!!!!

His block on the baseline shooter in the last two minutes was a block that VERY few in the league can make and nobody who is currently on the team. His quickness and length is remarkable. Other than his miss on the easy shot at the rim at the end of the game, we played remarkable in the clutch and kept us in the game with his rebounding and blocking ability.

I am thrilled that he got that experience at the end of the game. I hope he gets more of it because his combination of skills makes him so unique amoung a team filled with essentially the same player (ie combo wing players)
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» Sat Nov 22, 2008 11:29 am
bigstrads wrote:
S-Jax nearly had a double double!!! 32 points and 8 turnovers!!! :roll:




:mrgreen:
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» Sat Nov 22, 2008 12:07 pm
Mr.KC wrote:
bigstrads wrote:
S-Jax nearly had a double double!!! 32 points and 8 turnovers!!! :roll:




:mrgreen:


:D

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» Sat Nov 22, 2008 8:20 pm
Watching Jackson dribble to the middle is like watching wildebeasts crossing an African river. They know it is full of giant crocodiles, so they sort of wait and edge closer, then they just plunge in and go for it, thrashing through the water trying to get to the other side.

The crocs all converge on the wildebeast, roll it up and strip it.

Next time, again at the edge of the river, the wildebeast will do it all over again. This is just the way of Nature.
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» Sun Nov 23, 2008 9:57 am
The Jack hate is really kinda nuts on this board.

ZOMGZZ!!11!! Steve Nash had 8 turnovers and only 16 points last night, I suppose the Suns should cut him now...

Not saying it's ok, but it is just one night.
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» Sun Nov 23, 2008 10:06 am
Yes, Jackson has the most turnovers in the league, but he's not that bad compared to other guards:

Stephen Jackson, 4.2 TOPG
Dwyane Wade, 3.9 TOPG
Allen Iverson, 3.6 TOPG
Kevin Durant, 3.6 TOPG
Steve Nash, 3.5 TOPG

But we will be better with Crawford at PG.
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» Sun Nov 23, 2008 3:13 pm
yeah that figure SHOULD drop with Crawford on board
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» Sun Nov 23, 2008 3:13 pm
boleyn wrote:Yes, Jackson has the most turnovers in the league, but he's not that bad compared to other guards:

Stephen Jackson, 4.2 TOPG
Dwyane Wade, 3.9 TOPG
Allen Iverson, 3.6 TOPG
Kevin Durant, 3.6 TOPG
Steve Nash, 3.5 TOPG

But we will be better with Crawford at PG.


Those other guards are superstars. Jackson is not. We should NOT have him handle the ball so much, as he has terrible handles.

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