Game Thread: Pre-season Warriors @ Lakers 10-07-2009

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Which member of Run RMC will have the best game vs the Lakers?

29%
Randolph
2
43%
Morrow
3
29%
Curry
2

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» Wed Oct 07, 2009 9:33 pm
I swear, Don Nelson just forgets how long a players been in. 40+ mins for AR
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» Wed Oct 07, 2009 9:37 pm
wow that was painful...

anyone notice how the Fakers pressed on just about every inbound?
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» Wed Oct 07, 2009 9:50 pm
Lakers are a better team, we knew that, that's why they won the championship and the Warriors were near the bottom of the nba. It is about how the team is organised/run/coached and put simple, Lakers have it done well, Warriors have it done not well (real polite of me). The team isn't healthy right now either, we can say that and it is a factor, it can be stated.

AR played too much and had the ball in his hands alot, from what I saw and the live stream was choppy for me. It was just preseason and guys like Law playe a fair bit, that likely won't happen in the regular season
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» Wed Oct 07, 2009 10:03 pm
Missed the second half but it didn't sound too good. the way you gotta look at is Lakers switched out one player for a better version of the same player. everyone else is the same.

we have 5 pgs to evaluate among many other things. Randolph is seeing heavy mins cause I think Nelson wants to see what he can do against real competition night in, night out. Turiaf's out (albeit probably only temporarily), Wrights out, so I think Nelson wants to preserve Andris for the games that matter. that's why, even when Pau was going to town on Pruit, he did nothing.
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» Wed Oct 07, 2009 10:07 pm
first off wrote:Missed the second half but it didn't sound too good. the way you gotta look at is Lakers switched out one player for a better version of the same player. everyone else is the same.

we have 5 pgs to evaluate among many other things. Randolph is seeing heavy mins cause I think Nelson wants to see what he can do against real competition night in, night out. Turiaf's out (albeit probably only temporarily), Wrights out, so I think Nelson wants to preserve Andris for the games that matter. that's why, even when Pau was going to town on Pruit, he did nothing.



One thing about Pau Gasol is that he's one skinny shiit. You see guys like Bynum and Artest on the Lakers, black and muscular and then you see Gasol's thin white frame and you think, what are the other's eating that he isn't :mrgreen:
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» Wed Oct 07, 2009 11:56 pm
Awesome...............the injury list grows. :roll:

Another season of blaming the injuries, when actually its just a disgracefully put togther and utilised team.

Anyone else get the feeling that the reason we get injuries is because of that? because alot of guys are playing out of position, or at best against their natural way/style of playing.............so they are stretched and in their heads too much.

Also, I think motivation, happiness and mindset comes into play alot with physical ailments.
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» Thu Oct 08, 2009 12:30 am
I wouldnt be surprised if Monta's "injury" was because he just didnt see the need to play in a meaningful pre-season game. Im sure he doesnt want to risk injury playing in a game that wont count in the win/loss collum come the 23rd.
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» Thu Oct 08, 2009 9:49 am
migya wrote:
first off wrote:Missed the second half but it didn't sound too good. the way you gotta look at is Lakers switched out one player for a better version of the same player. everyone else is the same.

we have 5 pgs to evaluate among many other things. Randolph is seeing heavy mins cause I think Nelson wants to see what he can do against real competition night in, night out. Turiaf's out (albeit probably only temporarily), Wrights out, so I think Nelson wants to preserve Andris for the games that matter. that's why, even when Pau was going to town on Pruit, he did nothing.



One thing about Pau Gasol is that he's one skinny shiit. You see guys like Bynum and Artest on the Lakers, black and muscular and then you see Gasol's thin white frame and you think, what are the other's eating that he isn't :mrgreen:


you don't have to be a 300 pound pro weight lifter to be a good center or power forward. just look at... oh I don't know, the greatest center in the game: tim duncan.

he's only 260 and even I have more muscle tone than he does.

and nobody come to me about "dwight howard is the best", it's just not true.
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» Thu Oct 08, 2009 9:52 am
bigstrads wrote:Awesome...............the injury list grows. :roll:

Another season of blaming the injuries, when actually its just a disgracefully put togther and utilised team.

Anyone else get the feeling that the reason we get injuries is because of that? because alot of guys are playing out of position, or at best against their natural way/style of playing.............so they are stretched and in their heads too much.

Also, I think motivation, happiness and mindset comes into play alot with physical ailments.


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