Game Thread: Atlanta Hawks @ Warriors 2009-01-16

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Will the Warriors be able to stop the Hawks?

Poll ended at Fri Jan 16, 2009 11:53 pm

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YES
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67%
NO
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Total votes: 15


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» Sat Jan 17, 2009 8:30 am
bigstrads wrote:Why dont I care? :cry:
Because it aint the way you want?
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» Sat Jan 17, 2009 9:50 am
anyone know where I can watch this game?!

sounds like a good win!

I'd like to see everyone healthy w/ BWright in the mix though!!
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» Sat Jan 17, 2009 10:18 am
Jackattack wrote:anyone know where I can watch this game?!

sounds like a good win!

I'd like to see everyone healthy w/ BWright in the mix though!!


No torrents yet Jack, and probably wont be either.

Best bet is a CSN replay or something.
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» Sat Jan 17, 2009 10:21 am
bigstrads wrote:Why dont I care? :cry:


3 great efforts in a row Bigs. The team is not on its way to a title, but it is showing some improvement. Maggs was a MAN last night. He was grabbing everything on the boards. It was a really enjoyable game for the most part.
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» Sat Jan 17, 2009 10:25 am
"Always" Next wrote:
bigstrads wrote:Why dont I care? :cry:


3 great efforts in a row Bigs. The team is not on its way to a title, but it is showing some improvement. Maggs was a MAN last night. He was grabbing everything on the boards. It was a really enjoyable game for the most part.


Exactly!............3 straight good games for this injury plagued team..............and I STILL dont really care when we win.

I think it goes back to the players, and those who MAKE me care no matter what the results of games..............and we just dont have any of those players that do that for me.

The only one I really care about and want to see, and makes me happy to watch right now is Randolph...............and seeing a game where he plays next to no minutes yet again, and 3 players who I couldnt give 2 sh*ts about play an average of 40 minutes each..............just doesnt do it for me.
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» Sat Jan 17, 2009 10:28 am
bigstrads wrote:
Jackattack wrote:anyone know where I can watch this game?!

sounds like a good win!

I'd like to see everyone healthy w/ BWright in the mix though!!


No torrents yet Jack, and probably wont be either.

Best bet is a CSN replay or something.


I've tried staying up late several times this year for the late night replay and it hasn't come on... either that or I passed out too early. Not sure if they are still doing that this year.
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» Sat Jan 17, 2009 3:12 pm
Jackattack wrote:
bigstrads wrote:
Jackattack wrote:anyone know where I can watch this game?!

sounds like a good win!

I'd like to see everyone healthy w/ BWright in the mix though!!


No torrents yet Jack, and probably wont be either.

Best bet is a CSN replay or something.


I've tried staying up late several times this year for the late night replay and it hasn't come on... either that or I passed out too early. Not sure if they are still doing that this year.


early afternoons...
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» Sat Jan 17, 2009 4:08 pm
Randolph hasn't been that great in his recent stints to be honest. For every great physical play he makes, he makes a couple of stupid mistakes. People dog on Jack for turning the ball over too much . . . Randolph does it way more than Jack. I love watching him play, and giving him game time is probably the best way to acclimate him to the NBA, but he hasn't done well enough to actually deserve much more time than he's been getting lately.
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» Sat Jan 17, 2009 8:05 pm
Jackattack wrote:
bigstrads wrote:
Jackattack wrote:anyone know where I can watch this game?!

sounds like a good win!

I'd like to see everyone healthy w/ BWright in the mix though!!


No torrents yet Jack, and probably wont be either.

Best bet is a CSN replay or something.


I've tried staying up late several times this year for the late night replay and it hasn't come on... either that or I passed out too early. Not sure if they are still doing that this year.

They do it like every few games. Same for the afternoon replays too. Sucks.

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» Sun Jan 18, 2009 8:47 am
D4rk 0ne wrote:Randolph hasn't been that great in his recent stints to be honest. For every great physical play he makes, he makes a couple of stupid mistakes. People dog on Jack for turning the ball over too much . . . Randolph does it way more than Jack. I love watching him play, and giving him game time is probably the best way to acclimate him to the NBA, but he hasn't done well enough to actually deserve much more time than he's been getting lately.



good take ...
i still like watching him .
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» Sun Jan 18, 2009 12:38 pm
D4rk 0ne wrote:Randolph hasn't been that great in his recent stints to be honest. For every great physical play he makes, he makes a couple of stupid mistakes. People dog on Jack for turning the ball over too much . . . Randolph does it way more than Jack. I love watching him play, and giving him game time is probably the best way to acclimate him to the NBA, but he hasn't done well enough to actually deserve much more time than he's been getting lately.

Jackson is a veteran, Randolph is a rookie. HUGE DIFFERENCE.

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» Sun Jan 18, 2009 2:08 pm
Jackson almost single handedly lost us that game, flat out. :evil:

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» Sun Jan 18, 2009 6:40 pm
True but then He helped win it at the end :scratch:

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» Mon Jan 19, 2009 2:17 am
O.G. Broe wrote:True but then He helped win it at the end :scratch:

Jack all ways gets too much credit for that. he did hit some important shots at the end, but they were only in a position to need those important shots, because of Jack. i think he went somthing like 0-8 in the 3rd or 4th....

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