Game Thread: Warriors @ Phoenix Suns 2010-01-23

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Will the Warriors make Nelson the Coach with the most wins in NBA history this season?

Poll ended at Sun Jan 24, 2010 3:17 am

88%
YES
7
13%
NO
1

Total votes: 8

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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 7:33 pm
martin wrote:can't find a link?!


http://www.p2p4u.net/watch/11233/1/watc ... -suns.html

really really good quality, but unfortunately it's sun's TVA

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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 7:40 pm
:D

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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 8:00 pm
wow, this team is playing! give me some' don nelson can't coach' crap!

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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 8:43 pm
tolliver, wow, would you thik he's replacing randolph on pF?! this guy can play: fundamently sound, rebounding, and, oh my, can score.me is impressed.
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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 8:46 pm
I am glad Monta is resting tonight the guy deserves a day off more than anyone in the league

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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 8:51 pm
martin wrote:tolliver, wow, would you thik he's replacing randolph on pF?! this guy can play: fundamently sound, rebounding, and, oh my, can score.me is impressed.


As the rest of the team recovers from the plague, Tolliver needs to be the D-Leaguer that sticks around. He can be that banger PF(with Nelson's required jumpshot) off the bench that will get anywhere from 5-20 minutes on any given night.

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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 8:53 pm
fine wrote:
martin wrote:tolliver, wow, would you thik he's replacing randolph on pF?! this guy can play: fundamently sound, rebounding, and, oh my, can score.me is impressed.


As the rest of the team recovers from the plague, Tolliver needs to be the D-Leaguer that sticks around. He can be that banger PF(with Nelson's required jumpshot) off the bench that will get anywhere from 5-20 minutes on any given night.

yes, i agree. he's a very very good role player.
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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:03 pm
martin wrote:wow, this team is playing! give me some' don nelson can't coach' crap!


Nobody does more with less than Nelson

unfortunately

Nobody does less with more.
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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:04 pm
martin wrote:
fine wrote:
martin wrote:tolliver, wow, would you thik he's replacing randolph on pF?! this guy can play: fundamently sound, rebounding, and, oh my, can score.me is impressed.


As the rest of the team recovers from the plague, Tolliver needs to be the D-Leaguer that sticks around. He can be that banger PF(with Nelson's required jumpshot) off the bench that will get anywhere from 5-20 minutes on any given night.

yes, i agree. he's a very very good role player.


have not seen tonights game. Is he playing well? Because last night I thought he completely sucked.
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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:09 pm
really is amazing seeing this inexperienced team full of d-leaguers competing. fun stuff!

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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:11 pm
19 points and some boards for the kid, bada.
unfortunately, whenever nelson has more than an opposing team, it's 80 percent blowout.
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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:12 pm
good for Tolliver. fun to watch someone really FIGHT to have a career. No shortage of effort from these guys.

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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:21 pm
the sad things is a very few will try to even consider what nelson is doing with this team. i undertand he a) overplays best players and b) and has very big demands for bigs, but
point is - EVERY player can succeed in his system, no matter his 'talent' level. that means - it's a very effective system.
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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:27 pm
Nelson's "system" is PERFECT for these under skilled, non experienced players.

Think about it.... no real set offense, no emphasis on fundamentals, no accountability for bad shots, dont need to worry about playing defense, and does not matter if you cant rebound.

His system is made for these players which is why I will repeat:

Nobody does more with less, and nobody does less with more

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» Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:30 pm
bada wrote:Nelson's "system" is PERFECT for these under skilled, non experienced players.

Think about it.... no real set offense, no emphasis on fundamentals, no accountability for bad shots, dont need to worry about playing defense, and does not matter if you cant rebound.

His system is made for these players which is why I will repeat:

Nobody does more with less, and nobody does less with more


it's a complete contradiction, if first part was true, there would be nopCHANCE of second happening. you can't win with unskilled, no-offense and defense plays against more skilled, better offensive and defensive teams. unles you say that half of nba a re unskilled, out of offense/defense teams. especially those teams that nelson beat in his better days with pretty good roster.

so, or a) you're very wrong or b) you count on miracles.

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