Game Thread: Utah Jazz @ Warriors 2012-01-07

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» Sat Jan 07, 2012 11:00 pm
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FG32-81 (.395)29-70 (.414)
3P4-16 (.250)7-19 (.368)
FT20-28 (.714)22-24 (.917)
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» Sat Jan 07, 2012 11:00 pm
Monta needs to shoot that earlier. If he drives a few seconds earlier he has more options and Lee has time to tip that in. I hate when he does that.
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» Sat Jan 07, 2012 11:01 pm
We messed up so many times, we didn't deserve this... Miami next and the Orlando....

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» Sat Jan 07, 2012 11:03 pm
Guybrush wrote:I don't wanna stay this up late and watch that. Not a single offensive play in the last 2 minutes that wasn't "give the ball to Ellis and step aside". That's why we ended up losing a game that we should have won. Thompson had a bad game again. Lee still can't play any defense even if his life depended on it.

I'll open a thread tomorrow perhaps, but I wanna say it now, I'm officially not happy with Jackson and his play calls, rotations...and, well, pretty much anything, to be honest.


The last couple of minutes brutal, overall they played well up to the last few minutes.

But I feel you Jackson needs to tighten ish up quick.

Our fastbreaks are horrible to add.
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» Sat Jan 07, 2012 11:03 pm
hobbes wrote:Monta needs to shoot that earlier. If he drives a few seconds earlier he has more options and Lee has time to tip that in. I hate when he does that.

Agreed. I was thinking the same thinking while watching the finish. Don't see a reason for that...if he shot 2-3 secs before time is up, we can do something else, like that Lee's tip in for example, and Utah still couldn't do anything with the ball if they got the rebound (and they don't need to do anything, cause it wasn't a tie, they had the lead).

And that wasn't foul on Hayward in the end.
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» Sat Jan 07, 2012 11:05 pm
warriorsstepup wrote:

Our fastbreaks are horrible to add.

Oh, yes! How could I forgot that. One of the worst fastbreak teams that I ever watched. I don't know what happened with that. 3 on 1, and they can't pass the ball. :banghead:

Last night was that Dorell idiocy, now Klay and Monta, I remember McGuire's try as well...just horrible.
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» Sat Jan 07, 2012 11:11 pm
Anyone missing Coach Smart yet? I don't blame Jackson so much but I think Smart was better prepared.

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» Sat Jan 07, 2012 11:43 pm
Coaching basketball can't be that hard, its not rocket science.
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» Sat Jan 07, 2012 11:56 pm
Man I'd like to have either AJeff or Millsap over any of our bigs. Defense and rebounding, as well as good interior scoring, those two know what they're doing
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» Sun Jan 08, 2012 12:43 am
warriorsstepup wrote:Coaching basketball can't be that hard, its not rocket science.

Said Mark Jackson .... Now he see what is what. Keith Smart wasnt a bad coach.
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» Sun Jan 08, 2012 2:22 am
kolins wrote:
warriorsstepup wrote:Coaching basketball can't be that hard, its not rocket science.

Said Mark Jackson .... Now he see what is what. Keith Smart wasnt a bad coach.

Keith Smart had experience being a head coach and assistant coach for a few years. This is Mark Jackson's first time.
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» Sun Jan 08, 2012 2:33 am
This say all
Smart
997–2000 Fort Wayne Fury (CBA)
2000–2003 Cleveland Cavaliers (assistant)
2003 Cleveland Cavaliers
2003–2010 Golden State Warriors (assistant)
2010–2011 Golden State Warriors
2011-2012 Sacramento Kings (assistant)
2012-present Sacramento Kings

Jackson
2011–present Golden State Warriors

I think Warriors owner Lacob dont know where he is. Oldest player on team is Kwame?!
4 Rookies, 2 sophmores - its half of team with young blood, and he take coach who dont have any expirience.

How this young talent can grow? When Monta, Biedrins came into the league - coach was Nelson, he made them who they are now (okey on Beans - who he was). What Jackson can give this young ones without any expirience? He was a player, and so what?!


If Warriors keep make bad decisions, they maybe can make play offs one time in decade.

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» Sun Jan 08, 2012 8:34 am
amateur basketball we are witnessing.
offense, do we have one?
again, for nth time, unable to finish fast breaks.

i know one thing, nelson would have played rush till bleeding with his hot shooting. and that, imo, would have been better decision than what jackson has done.

hey coach, god seems to not care about basketball.
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» Sun Jan 08, 2012 8:51 am
Guybrush wrote:
hobbes wrote:Monta needs to shoot that earlier. If he drives a few seconds earlier he has more options and Lee has time to tip that in. I hate when he does that.

Agreed. I was thinking the same thinking while watching the finish. Don't see a reason for that...if he shot 2-3 secs before time is up, we can do something else, like that Lee's tip in for example, and Utah still couldn't do anything with the ball if they got the rebound (and they don't need to do anything, cause it wasn't a tie, they had the lead).

And that wasn't foul on Hayward in the end.


If it's tied and he wants to do that, fine. You either win or have OT. But he always does that even when we are down 1 or 2. Drives me nuts. He didn't drive until three seconds left and ended up with a horrible look.

The foul on Hayward was questionable, and the possession before the out-of-bounds call was wrong too. That being said, we completely gave away that game on our own.
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» Sun Jan 08, 2012 8:52 am
I will cut Jackson some slack for now because they had no off season, and barely any training camp, and two of the guys playing regular minutes (Rush and Robinson) came in either as the season was starting or after. I think he's still trying to get a feel for his players. Well except for Ish Smith, we may never see that guy again.

That being said, the start is very frustrating, should be 4-4 at this point at worst.

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