Game Thread: Warriors @ Utah Jazz 2010-03-31

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Do the Warriors have enough gas to steal one in Utah?

Poll ended at Thu Apr 01, 2010 12:12 am

33%
YES
2
67%
NO
4

Total votes: 6


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» Wed Mar 31, 2010 7:41 pm
wow. stinker already.
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» Wed Mar 31, 2010 7:59 pm
Getting slaughtered by another defense-minded team. Who-woulda-thunk.
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» Wed Mar 31, 2010 8:07 pm
Knightofoceans wrote:Getting slaughtered by another defense-minded team. Who-woulda-thunk.


Yeah, these are the types of teams we dont have a chance in hell at beating.

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» Wed Mar 31, 2010 8:43 pm
Monta's fault.
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» Wed Mar 31, 2010 8:49 pm
Brutal. Boozer can do anything he wants.
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» Wed Mar 31, 2010 9:05 pm
Morrow>Williams ha!
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» Wed Mar 31, 2010 11:39 pm
Morrow and Williams are two different types of players. I don't see why we can't keep both... especially with Bell gone. Azu is the only back up at SG to go along with those two.
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» Thu Apr 01, 2010 1:51 am
xbay wrote:Morrow and Williams are two different types of players. I don't see why we can't keep both... especially with Bell gone. Azu is the only back up at SG to go along with those two.



Azu is better than those two, at least to me and is not a bad starting SG. The team has options for trading and can afford to lose a player or two I think

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» Thu Apr 01, 2010 8:10 am
migya wrote:
xbay wrote:Morrow and Williams are two different types of players. I don't see why we can't keep both... especially with Bell gone. Azu is the only back up at SG to go along with those two.



Azu is better than those two, at least to me and is not a bad starting SG. The team has options for trading and can afford to lose a player or two I think
Azu isn't better. He's Maggette Jr. He can't pass, he's selfish, and has a flat jump shot.
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» Thu Apr 01, 2010 8:26 am
Rehren1296 wrote:
migya wrote:
xbay wrote:Morrow and Williams are two different types of players. I don't see why we can't keep both... especially with Bell gone. Azu is the only back up at SG to go along with those two.



Azu is better than those two, at least to me and is not a bad starting SG. The team has options for trading and can afford to lose a player or two I think
Azu isn't better. He's Maggette Jr. He can't pass, he's selfish, and has a flat jump shot.


Hands down Williams is a better facilitator. Azu really does put his head down to try to score. They are different players.

I think Migya's point is Williams, Morrow, Azu are close enough in production (while they all bring something a bit different) that we have flexbility with them in regards to trades, etc.

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» Thu Apr 01, 2010 10:48 am
Azu is the best out of the three. He is a better all around player then Morrow and a better rebounder, more athletic and a better three point shooter then Williams (and IMO a better defender as well). I agree that Williams is a more willing passer, but calling Azubuike "Maggette Jr." is pretty unfair. He is nowhere near as selfish as Maggette, and I have never gotten the impression that he is out there looking to pad his stats.
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» Thu Apr 01, 2010 11:56 am
Tarantism wrote:Azu is the best out of the three. He is a better all around player then Morrow and a better rebounder, more athletic and a better three point shooter then Williams (and IMO a better defender as well). I agree that Williams is a more willing passer, but calling Azubuike "Maggette Jr." is pretty unfair. He is nowhere near as selfish as Maggette, and I have never gotten the impression that he is out there looking to pad his stats.


Hmm of the three we are talking about here I'll go...

Williams > Azu > Morrow

Azu might be a better defender than Williams but Williams is a better scorer, and I don't see how you say Azu is a better 3 point shooter than Williams. Williams is a clutch 3 point shooter who can consistantly create his own shot, unlike Morrow unfortunately.
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» Thu Apr 01, 2010 2:44 pm
Tarantism wrote:Azu is the best out of the three. He is a better all around player then Morrow and a better rebounder, more athletic and a better three point shooter then Williams (and IMO a better defender as well). I agree that Williams is a more willing passer, but calling Azubuike "Maggette Jr." is pretty unfair. He is nowhere near as selfish as Maggette, and I have never gotten the impression that he is out there looking to pad his stats.


Hmm...I'm going to have to agree with...Tarantism here. Watching Biceps play is definitely a treat...yeah, Williams has put together some good games, but he still has some proving to do. If 'buike can get healthy and back to playing form, I say he has the upper hand on starting in this league (he reminds me a lot of Jamison).
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» Thu Apr 01, 2010 5:13 pm
Knightofoceans wrote:
Tarantism wrote:Azu is the best out of the three. He is a better all around player then Morrow and a better rebounder, more athletic and a better three point shooter then Williams (and IMO a better defender as well). I agree that Williams is a more willing passer, but calling Azubuike "Maggette Jr." is pretty unfair. He is nowhere near as selfish as Maggette, and I have never gotten the impression that he is out there looking to pad his stats.


Hmm...I'm going to have to agree with...Tarantism here. Watching Biceps play is definitely a treat...yeah, Williams has put together some good games, but he still has some proving to do. If 'buike can get healthy and back to playing form, I say he has the upper hand on starting in this league (he reminds me a lot of Jamison).



Mu thoughts for sure. This Williams guy is new and though he has done well since arriving, he has to play over a longer period of time. Azu has proven he is an allround player, playing defense well and scoring in many ways. Azu has done this over a full season at least and is a sure thing.

As Bada said, I believe that the team now has more options in trading, with more players having produced well over a few games at least and showing they have ability

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