Golden State Warriors (33 - 44) @ Portland Trail Blazers (44 - 32)
Start time: 7:00 PM PST @ The Rose Garden
Local TV: CSN Bay Area Plus
Probable starters for the Golden State Warriors:
C - Ekpe Udoh
PF - David Lee
SF - Dorell Wright
SG - Monta Ellis
PG - Stephen Curry
Probable starters for the Portland Trail Blazers:
C - Marcus Camby
PF - LaMarcus Aldridge
SF - Gerald Wallace
SG - Wesley Matthews
PG - Andre Miller
PPG - M. Ellis (24.1) | L. Aldridge (22.1)
RPG - D. Lee (9.6) | M. Camby (10.4)
APG - S. Curry (5.8) | A. Miller (7.1)
SPG - M. Ellis (2.1) | G. Wallace (2.0)
BPG - E. Udoh (1.4) | M. Camby (1.6)
Talk about the upcoming Warriors game here
Wow, I hope that dominant win wasn't just because Portland locked in a playoff spot around halftime, from a Houston loss. It's amazing what the "Big 3" can do if they really want something. Lee was very impressive tonight, he showed that he can have dominant rebounding games against good bigs on occasions.
WarriorHawk87 wrote:Wow, I hope that dominant win wasn't just because Portland locked in a playoff spot around halftime, from a Houston loss. It's amazing what the "Big 3" can do if they really want something. Lee was very impressive tonight, he showed that he can have dominant rebounding games against good bigs on occasions.
Nice win by Warriors, but you can tell the Blazers were not giving their all. They were just playing well enough to make the game entertaining for most part. I don't think they want to risk injuries with their injury history like when Marcus Camby went out for this game before the playoffs. I think they are happy where they are seeded going up against Dallas which they are confident they can beat in a series. Nice game from David Lee would of been better to seen it on a consistent basis when the Warriors had a chance for playoff spot instead of doing it when GSW are out of the playoff hunt. It nice to see if he was a rookie like Udoh, but I expect more from an one time "all-star" David Lee earlier on the season when Warriors were in the hunt. David Lee decided to put out that production when Warriors are out of it? Just Great.
Guybrush wrote:I must say I wasn't expecting this...at least not with this score. Though, I guess Blazers weren't playing at their best, but, I don't see why Warriors would either. So, good pawning always comes nicely.
I think that's a bit of a stretch I would've liked to see Warriors Versus Lakers in the first round of the playoffs!