Golden State Warriors (5 - 10) @ Cleveland Cavaliers (12 - 3)
Start time: 4:30 PM PST @ The Quicken Loans Arena
Local TV: CSN Bay Area
Probable starters for the Golden State Warriors:
C - Andris Biedrins
PF - Brandan Wright
SF - Corey Maggette
SG - Stephen Jackson
PG - Jamal Crawford
Probable starters for the Cleveland Cavaliers:
C - Zydrunas Ilgauskas
PF - Ben Wallace
SF - LeBron James
SG - Delonte West
PG - Mo Williams
PPG - S. Jackson (21.5) | L. James (28.9)
RPG - A. Biedrins (13.2) | L. James (7.5)
APG - J. Crawford (7.0) | L. James (6.6)
SPG - S. Jackson (1.4) | L. James (1.9)
BPG - R. Turiaf (2.1) | B. Wallace (1.9)
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I've been a Warriors fan since they traded Chris Webber. Can you imagine how that's like....
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speaking of Al, he shot the ball 24 times tonight. nellie was right, he really does think he is a superstar.
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Cavs by 12. Lebron gets a triple-double and we, once again, lose because of rebounding and bad defense.
Although this team plays so out of control that it might even win there... so, who knows?
I don't know about that. It's hard to tell without being present in practice. But he's a much better playmaker than Watson, so there's gotta be something, because that's exactly the kind of player this team lacks.
Werent some/most of us saying that exact thing about Brandan last year?.............I mean, we were all saying that we need a PF, a guy who can block shots, rebound, and were miffed as to why he just couldnt get any decent time...........and they only thing we could think of was that it must be "something" else, off the court.
But the simple fact............it isnt, and it wasnt.
So with Marcus, it could be the same situation............although I have more doubts about his ability to contribute than I did Brandan last year...........still, a guy who can ACTUALLY penetrate, make THAT pass that others cant, is what we lack sorely.
Also, the whole "hes not good in practice" thing is a little annoying for me...........I know, when your trying to make the league its important but some guys are just game time players, and dont necessarily do it in practice............Im sure we will never know until we see him being given a real chance by another team.
There's a difference. If we were talking only about Nellie coaching a young kid, I'd agree, but the Nets had no kind of regrets about getting rid of Marcus for almost... nothing. And they were really high on him when he was drafted.
Something smells fishy.
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lock down D on on LBJ, we should do fine..... I hope.
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TMC, I don’t usually make typos in my posts, but you got me there. And just checkin’ if you’re awake.
Bigs, agree, and Nelly is strange. First it was his weight, then Marcus worked hard, lost it, and Nelly said he “made weight” so now he would play him. He never said he didn’t have the skills, only his weight. But, still, hardly a sniff, even though Jax is turning it over like he’s barbequing kabobs and has no clue how to run an offense, and neither does Watson.
I know we’re not in practice to see, but Nelson can be such a biased and stubborn old man, at times, and so myopic. He even admitted this oversight with Wright last year whom he saw in practice everyday. And I don’t think I really need to see anymore when I see enough of Jax in actual games to know he shouldn’t be handling the rock, but Nelson lets/insists on him doing it anyway, or the fact that his small ball (and a disorganized one, at that) is consistently getting slaughtered on the boards and D. Oh, the hypocrisy.
Mullin seems to think highly of Marcus, that he has something to offer and not willing to trade him.
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