Game Thread: Warriors @ Los Angeles Lakers 2010-10-31

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Will this winning trend come to an end in Los Angeles?

Poll ended at Mon Nov 01, 2010 12:36 am

64%
YES
7
36%
NO
4

Total votes: 11


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» Sat Oct 30, 2010 12:36 am
Golden State Warriors (2 - 0) @ Los Angeles Lakers (2 - 0)

Start time: 6:30 PM PST @ The Staples Center
Local TV: CSN Bay Area

Probable starters for the Golden State Warriors:
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C - Andris Biedrins
PF - David Lee
SF - Dorell Wright
SG - Monta Ellis
PG - Stephen Curry

Probable starters for the Los Angeles Lakers:
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C - Pau Gasol
PF - Lamar Odom
SF - Ron Artest
SG - Kobe Bryant
PG - Derek Fisher

Team leaders:
PPG - M. Ellis (46.0) | P. Gasol (29.0)
RPG - D. Lee (15.0) | P. Gasol (11.0)
APG - S. Curry (11.0) | K. Bryant (7.0)
SPG - D. Wright (2.0) | R. Artest (4.0)
BPG - A. Biedrins (2.0) | P. Gasol (2.0)
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» Sat Oct 30, 2010 4:27 am
This will really show how good the team is. Anything competitive is good enough for me
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» Sat Oct 30, 2010 10:31 am
migya wrote:This will really show how good the team is. Anything competitive is good enough for me


Me too I just want to see the Dubs play well and put out a good effort, a win would be awesome too!!!
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» Sat Oct 30, 2010 1:01 pm
the poll answer indicates we will lose this game. (not a lot of faith against the defending champs)

my prediction is for a super big effort from monta with curry day to day and will rise to the occasion against kobe as the 2 exchange bucket for bucket
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» Sat Oct 30, 2010 8:55 pm
I think it'll be close. Won't be a rout

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» Sun Oct 31, 2010 2:06 pm
No Stephen Curry tonight. He did not travel with the team.

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» Sun Oct 31, 2010 3:46 pm
Does anyone know how is starting for Curry?
NBA TV guys said on Friday they think it will be Charlie Bell, so as to let Reggie bring scoring off the bench. It makes some sense, except that Bell barely played in one game, and didn't play in the other.
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» Sun Oct 31, 2010 5:11 pm
No Curry, team will likely lose by over 20
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» Sun Oct 31, 2010 11:16 pm
wasn't the best game ever
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» Sun Oct 31, 2010 11:55 pm
migya wrote:No Curry, team will likely lose by over 20


You get +1 for callin' it
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» Mon Nov 01, 2010 6:47 am
we were never expected to win this game.

i bet the only teams that push the lakers on the staples center court is miami, boston, orlando

lakerz could very well go 38-3 at home

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» Mon Nov 01, 2010 9:16 am
PAWNO wrote:we were never expected to win this game.

i bet the only teams that push the lakers on the staples center court is miami, boston, orlando

lakerz could very well go 38-3 at home


I didn't. However, Hosuton hung in with the Lakers on opening night and so I thought we at least be competitive but MAN missing Curry is too much of a burden. I wouldnt be surprise to see Portland on that list also.
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» Mon Nov 01, 2010 10:49 am
DleagueDelight wrote:
PAWNO wrote:we were never expected to win this game.

i bet the only teams that push the lakers on the staples center court is miami, boston, orlando

lakerz could very well go 38-3 at home


I didn't. However, Hosuton hung in with the Lakers on opening night and so I thought we at least be competitive but MAN missing Curry is too much of a burden. I wouldnt be surprise to see Portland on that list also.


yeah i was thinking of western conference teams that would scare the lakers at home... & well i'm just flabbergasted at how weak the west looks all of a sudden

I guess the west teams i think could beat the lakers in L.A would be Portland & San Antonio (only cause Coach Pop has a plethoria of bigmen)

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» Mon Nov 01, 2010 1:41 pm
PAWNO wrote:
DleagueDelight wrote:
PAWNO wrote:we were never expected to win this game.

i bet the only teams that push the lakers on the staples center court is miami, boston, orlando

lakerz could very well go 38-3 at home


I didn't. However, Hosuton hung in with the Lakers on opening night and so I thought we at least be competitive but MAN missing Curry is too much of a burden. I wouldnt be surprise to see Portland on that list also.


yeah i was thinking of western conference teams that would scare the lakers at home... & well i'm just flabbergasted at how weak the west looks all of a sudden

I guess the west teams i think could beat the lakers in L.A would be Portland & San Antonio (only cause Coach Pop has a plethoria of bigmen)


I think Portland only because when their two seven footer return they actually have a legit line up. I mean that is 10 fouls they can use on Gasol. Gasol beats you with length and finesse and to his credit he is extremely skilled. However, I think you have counter that with equal length and atheletism. Roy may not be a Kobe but he is DAMN good. They can switch defenders too on Kobe especially with Batum and Matthews. Portland's bench is underrated but deep.

Don't forget the Thunders too but I think they are still behind without a legit big.
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» Mon Nov 01, 2010 6:26 pm
PAWNO wrote:we were never expected to win this game.

i bet the only teams that push the lakers on the staples center court is miami, boston, orlando

lakerz could very well go 38-3 at home




Could be right, the Lakers are just that dominant now. I reckon, injuries aside, they could win 70 games

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