TRON wrote:I don't now if anybody keeping an eye on the kid but he is doing well. He must get his rebound up, and for the moment he is fouling to often in his eagerness to defend, but boy can he score at both PF and Center positions.
I would prefer personally to send AB to Dleague and recall Tyler to be my backup center. I believe AB will never get out of the misery he is in without playing time. Playing 30+ minutes may get him going again. If not send him away, he is a dead waste.
Looks like you were on to something.
They just recalled Tyler. Would like to see him get the backup mins that beans got. 10-15 a night.
Sending Beans to D-League would be a greate idea. Maybe he will start trying. He seems happy to just wander around on the court.
The Warriors have recalled forward/center Jeremy Tyler from the Dakota Wizards of the D-League, the team announced.
Tyler averaged 15.6 points, 7.8 rebounds and 1.4 blocks in 29 minutes in five games with Dakota. He had played just 14 games for the Warriors, averaging 4.6 minutes per game, before being assigned to the Wizards on Feb. 27.
The table seems set for Tyler’s role to grow with Golden State now that he's back. Warriors coach Mark Jackson recently replaced center Andris Biedrins in the starting lineup with Ekpe Udoh.
Biedrins has been ineffectual for much of the season, and it seems possible Tyler could at least push Biedrins for minutes at the backup five spot. At the very least, Tyler’s return will give the team more depth up front.
The Warriors play the Memphis Grizzlies at Oracle Arena on Wednesday.
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