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Can the Warriors come out of Cleveland with a win?

Poll ended at Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:04 pm

YES
1
13%
NO
7
88%
 
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:29 pm
warriorsstepup wrote:
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warriorsstepup wrote:
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warriorsstepup wrote:Whats the point of watching.


dont


Am sure you will though, what a real fan.


I will watch the games that I can. I love the Warriors, I dont like the way things are headed right now, but I like a lot of the players that are still on the team. I am curious to see if the Jack move improves chemistry and what effect it will have on Monta. I can not give up on my team, I will not support them financially, but I will continue to watch and root for them.


I understand, but have you seen the roster do the warriors even have enough players to suit up, and if so they will be mis-matched, but hey am a young guy and don't want to start balding, or pull my hair. Am still a fan always will be, but this is the breaking point. We deserve better, I like this team too much to even watch this train wreck, day after day.


I feel your pain, believe me! Im not a young guy and I have seen this team go through many ups and downs, mostly downs, but I have always continued to follow and support them. Everybody has been calling for Curry / Morrow and Randolph to get more minutes.....now there is no choice!!
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:59 pm
Let's see we got:

Monta/Curry
Bell/Morrow
Maggs/Radmonovic
Randolph
Moore

and Bell's now going for surgery.
a few things confuse me here:
1) Why did Bell think "toughin' it out" was a good idea in the first place in CHA? I mean who wants to sign a vet guy who needs surgery?
2) Is Cha that much better than us?
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 3:03 pm
first off wrote:Let's see we got:

Monta/Curry
Bell/Morrow
Maggs/Radmonovic
Randolph
Moore

and Bell's now going for surgery.
a few things confuse me here:
1) Why did Bell think "toughin' it out" was a good idea in the first place in CHA? I mean who wants to sign a vet guy who needs surgery?
2) Is Cha that much better than us?


CHA doesnt have to be that much better, they are in the eastern conference. He also goes from playing for Larry Brown with Michael Jordan in the front office to Don Nelson and Rowell. His surgery would have definitely healed over the offseason, but its hard to blame the guy for going for it now.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 3:08 pm
"Always" Next wrote:
first off wrote:Let's see we got:

Monta/Curry
Bell/Morrow
Maggs/Radmonovic
Randolph
Moore

and Bell's now going for surgery.
a few things confuse me here:
1) Why did Bell think "toughin' it out" was a good idea in the first place in CHA? I mean who wants to sign a vet guy who needs surgery?
2) Is Cha that much better than us?


CHA doesnt have to be that much better, they are in the eastern conference. He also goes from playing for Larry Brown with Michael Jordan in the front office to Don Nelson and Rowell. His surgery would have definitely healed over the offseason, but its hard to blame the guy for going for it now.


MJ is just as bad of a front office person as Rowell. I would think the reason that Bell would stick it out while he was in Charlotte because that team lacks offense as much as we lack defense so, he was one of the featured offensive pieces there, here he would just be one of 5 or 6 other players that can do the same things that he can.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 4:56 pm
I'm guessing +23 shots for Monta tonight, mostly out of frustration.


And then Nellie benches him for the second half.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 5:52 pm
metalface wrote:
"Always" Next wrote:
first off wrote:Let's see we got:

Monta/Curry
Bell/Morrow
Maggs/Radmonovic
Randolph
Moore

and Bell's now going for surgery.
a few things confuse me here:
1) Why did Bell think "toughin' it out" was a good idea in the first place in CHA? I mean who wants to sign a vet guy who needs surgery?
2) Is Cha that much better than us?


CHA doesnt have to be that much better, they are in the eastern conference. He also goes from playing for Larry Brown with Michael Jordan in the front office to Don Nelson and Rowell. His surgery would have definitely healed over the offseason, but its hard to blame the guy for going for it now.


MJ is just as bad of a front office person as Rowell. I would think the reason that Bell would stick it out while he was in Charlotte because that team lacks offense as much as we lack defense so, he was one of the featured offensive pieces there, here he would just be one of 5 or 6 other players that can do the same things that he can.


beat me to it... MJ has been a below average GM... Oakafor and Morison, getting Sean May, They've been stuck with nazir Mohammed forever, they had that coach before Brown that insisted Felton play SG? I'm not trying to say we are better I'm not even saying were even, but they aren't THAT much better than us.

with 7 players healthy, we aren't getting destroyed. Rad looks not completely awful on D! god that's a pathetic statement
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 5:55 pm
first off wrote:
metalface wrote:
"Always" Next wrote:
first off wrote:Let's see we got:

Monta/Curry
Bell/Morrow
Maggs/Radmonovic
Randolph
Moore

and Bell's now going for surgery.
a few things confuse me here:
1) Why did Bell think "toughin' it out" was a good idea in the first place in CHA? I mean who wants to sign a vet guy who needs surgery?
2) Is Cha that much better than us?


CHA doesnt have to be that much better, they are in the eastern conference. He also goes from playing for Larry Brown with Michael Jordan in the front office to Don Nelson and Rowell. His surgery would have definitely healed over the offseason, but its hard to blame the guy for going for it now.


MJ is just as bad of a front office person as Rowell. I would think the reason that Bell would stick it out while he was in Charlotte because that team lacks offense as much as we lack defense so, he was one of the featured offensive pieces there, here he would just be one of 5 or 6 other players that can do the same things that he can.


beat me to it... MJ has been a below average GM... Oakafor and Morison, getting Sean May, They've been stuck with nazir Mohammed forever, they had that coach before Brown that insisted Felton play SG? I'm not trying to say we are better I'm not even saying were even, but they aren't THAT much better than us.

with 7 players healthy, we aren't getting destroyed. Rad looks not completely awful on D! god that's a pathetic statement


I wasnt talking about Jordans FO skills, I was simply stating that a situation where you are surrounded by Larry Brown and MJ is going to be for a player something more worth fighting for than Nellie and Rowell.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 6:10 pm
Ah the games fun to watch again . . . until Nelson decides to screw it up.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 6:11 pm
it could be worse :dontknow:
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 6:38 pm
martin wrote:it could be worse :dontknow:


Hell yeah ball the movement is tremendous.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 6:50 pm
Seeing Radmanovich out there I coulda sworn it was Bellinelli again haha.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 7:06 pm
This game is giving me a heart attack.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 7:06 pm
Morrow is a horrible ball handler.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 7:07 pm
Im surprised this is as close as it is. I guess Lebron has been on cruise control for most of the game.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 7:13 pm
Haha...the Cavs have been shooting around 62%. Not too bad...
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