Golden State Warriors (17-13) @ Denver Nuggets (18-11)
Start time 5:00 PM PST @ The Pepsi Center
Probable starters for the Golden State Warriors
PG - Baron Davis
SG - Monta Ellis
SF - Stephen Jackson
PF - Matt Barnes
C - Andris Biedrins
Probable starters for the Denver Nuggets
PG - Anthony Carter
SG - Allen Iverson
SF - Carmelo Anthony
PF - Eduardo Najera
C - Marcus Camby
Team leaders this season
PPG - B. Davis (21.9) | A. Iverson (26.3)
RPG - A. Biedrins (9.7) | M. Camby (14.1)
APG - B. Davis (8.0) | A. Iverson (7.3)
SPG - B. Davis (2.5) | A. Iverson (2.4)
BPG - A. Biedrins (1.4) | M. Camby (3.6)
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I've been a Warriors fan since they traded Chris Webber. Can you imagine how that's like....
I still say that yes they can. The game tonight was theirs for the taking, but they just wouldnt take it. I know that Nellie will be on every single one of their asses for letting this one slip away. I cant imagine them not keeping it really close, if not winning.
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Reckon the team will make the necessary adjustments to win this one, even if just slight ones.
Warriors by 10
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Amen to that! Lets just keep him out of the game to begin with.
I will give him this: Pietrus can hit the catch and shoot wide open corner three, but that is his limit. I hate when he chucks it up. Damn, it is ugly.
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Yeah, he can't make it from anywhere beyond the arc except the corner. Luckily, he knows that and mostly keeps his shots over there.
*Thoughts After Three* They are doing a whole lot better tonight than they were on Friday. Instead of chucking up threes, they are driving, getting layups, and going outside from there. Nice to see Al getting into the game, and nice to see Andris doing a lot of defense. Also, I love the team defense that they are bringing now. I dont understand why Mbenga is in the game for this long?
*Thoughts at the Half* The team started to fall apart a little bit towards the middle of the quarter, but I guess it turned out okay. Nice little run at the end of the half, showing exactly how explosive they can be when running at all cylinders. Everybody has been playing pretty good. Hell, even Pietrus is contributing without screwing up. Good half, and they need to keep the pressure on now. This is their game to take. They need to go out and take it.
*Thoughts After Three* Denver really impressed me in this quarter. Eduardo Najera is a great bench player who brings a hell of a lot of intensity in his game. He looks good. They are playing more as a team, which was one knock I had on them in the first game. Lastly, Pietrus went back to his old dumbass self, traveling, fouling, bricking free throws. GO AWAY PIETRUS!
*Thoughts After the Game* Great win, taking one from them. Nellie got them straight, and they played like it. Good overall play by almost everybody, but I still dont like them only playing eight players. We need to get more people involved. Anyways, yeah, great win, and hope they can continue it tomorow against Houston. I am really looking forward to seeing that game in HD, the first time I have one in HD.
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Monta has a good midrange jumpshot, especially from the right elbow. I agree with you to a point: I dont like him shooting threes unless he is wide open. If he steps in two feet, though, I love that shot. He seems to be getting better every year with it. He needs to work on his consistancy, though.
Wright wont play unless they get a twenty-some point lead, which wont happen. I would love to see Wright on Anthony, though, just to see how he would do. It seems like a perfect matchup for him: quick, long, athletic big men.
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