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PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2012 3:38 pm
Warriors are leading the league in 3pt shooting.
Here is something I find interesting, our best shooters right now are coming off the bench.
Rush is leading the league with 56.3% shooting and Klay is 4th in the league after last night (top among rookies) with 49.3% from beyond the arc. Yet, they only get 24min and 16min a game respectively.

Curry is 14th in the league, at 43.4% and Dorell shots 37.1%.
They get 32.8 and 29.3 mins respectively.

8th Ave. posted that it might be time to bring Dorell to the bench and start Klay or Rush.
I don't think that is a bad idea anymore, it might space out the floor better and get us going from the first quater, which we seem to have struggled from. Specially since we seem to give up a lot of points in the 1st and 3rd quaters anyway (where Dorell starts).

So a lineup like this I think would be sweet:
PG - Curry/Nate/Jenkins
SG - Ellis/Rush
SF - Klay/Wright/C. Wright
PF - Lee/Mcguire
C - Beans/Udoh/Tyler


The McGuire, Udoh, Tyler combo could be moved around depending on the the team we are playing. Also getting a legit C would change that, but for now I think that would be a welcomed change.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 11:51 pm
I think we'll see Klay start getting a lot more time in the near future.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2012 3:01 pm
Half way through the season, 30 games have gone by and we might be seeing the beginning of a new era of super stars entering their prime (Lebron, Wade, CP3, Durant, Westbrook, Melo, Stoudimire, etc) The next generation is learning the ropes still, but this group is definately going to see its best basket ball now. Any ways here is were we stand with the all time lists and some other facts from the group that is past its prime:

Didn't realize by how much John Stockton dominated in Assists and Steals... wow.

* Dirk Nowitzki moves into the top 20 Scoring list. Passes Elgin Baylor, Adrian Dantley and Robert Parish for 20. Not bad to jump 3 spots in 10 games. Averaging 25.4pts and 8.4reb over the last 11 games.
* Paul Pierce passes Larry Bird and Gary Payton for 27th all time socring list.
* Kevin Garnett passes Buck Williams for 13th all time rebounding.
* Tim Duncan passes Charles Oakley for 20th all time rebounding.
* Andre Miller passes Lenny Wilkens for 11th all time assist record.
* Jermaine O'Neal passes Kevin McHale for 23 all time blocks.
* Jason Kidd passes Michael Jordan for 2nd in all time steals list.

top 30 of all time assists:
2 - Jason Kidd - 11,709
6 - Steve Nash - 9,591
11 - Andre Miller - 7,264

all time scoring:
6 - Kobe Bryant -28,810
19 - Kevin Garnett - 23,742 (only needs 15 to catch Charles Barkley)
20 - Dirk Nowitzki - 23,379
24 - Ray Allen - 22,693
26 - Tim Duncan - 22,095 (only needs 100 more to catch Clyde Drexler)
27 - Paul Pierce - 21,921

All time rebounding:
13 - Kevin Garnett - 13,049 (needs 50 to catch Shaquille O'Neal)
20 - Tim Duncan - 12,279 (needs 78 to catch Paul Silas)

All time Blocks:
9 - Tim Duncan - 2,423
12 - Marcus Camby - 2,278
14 - Ben Wallace - 2,113 (needs 6 more to catch Shawn Bradley)
19. Kevin Garnett - 1,879
23. Jermaine O'Neal - 1,702 (needs 31 more to catch Moses Malone)
29. Elton Brand - 1,564 (needs 17 more to catch Benoit Benjamin)

All time Steals:
2. Jason Kidd - 2,519 (needs 846 more to catch Stockton, haha).
17. Kobe Bryant - 1,697 (needs 19 to catch Ron Harper).
21. Kevin Garnett - 1,630 (needds 8 more to catch Gus Williams ).


WARRIORS SECTION:
Warriors Alltime 3-pt filed goals made:
6. Stephen Curry 367
9. Monta Ellis 341

Warriors Alltime 3-pt filed goals Attempted:
7. Monta Ellis 1038
10. Stephen Curry 833

Warriors Alltime 3-pt filed goals % (Klay and Rush will qualify for this list at years end):
3. Stephen Curry .441

Warriors Alltime steals
6. Monta Ellis 681

Warriors Alltime blocks
6. Andris Biedrins 522

Warriors Alltime Turnovers
7. Monta Ellis 1108
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2012 9:01 pm
GSW Hoops Fan wrote:
all time [b]soring:[/b]
6 - Kobe Bryant -28,810
19 - Kevin Garnett - 23,742 (only needs 15 to catch Charles Barkley)
20 - Dirk Nowitzki - 23,379
24 - Ray Allen - 22,693
26 - Tim Duncan - 22,095 (only needs 100 more to catch Clyde Drexler)
27 - Paul Pierce - 21,921


Lot of pain on that list. :mrgreen:
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2012 4:15 pm
Mr. Crackerz wrote:
GSW Hoops Fan wrote:
all time [b]soring:[/b]
6 - Kobe Bryant -28,810
19 - Kevin Garnett - 23,742 (only needs 15 to catch Charles Barkley)
20 - Dirk Nowitzki - 23,379
24 - Ray Allen - 22,693
26 - Tim Duncan - 22,095 (only needs 100 more to catch Clyde Drexler)
27 - Paul Pierce - 21,921


Lot of pain on that list. :mrgreen:


I don't know what you are talking about... I didn't type that :-" take another look :-"

Another milestone for the ever hated Kobe:
#1 in All-Star points scored
http://www.nba.com/2012/allstar/2012/02/26/bryant-record.ap/index.html?ls=iref:nbahpt2
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2012 7:51 pm
GSW Hoops Fan wrote:
Mr. Crackerz wrote:
GSW Hoops Fan wrote:
all time [b]soring:[/b]
6 - Kobe Bryant -28,810
19 - Kevin Garnett - 23,742 (only needs 15 to catch Charles Barkley)
20 - Dirk Nowitzki - 23,379
24 - Ray Allen - 22,693
26 - Tim Duncan - 22,095 (only needs 100 more to catch Clyde Drexler)
27 - Paul Pierce - 21,921


Lot of pain on that list. :mrgreen:


I don't know what you are talking about... I didn't type that :-" take another look :-"

Another milestone for the ever hated Kobe:
#1 in All-Star points scored
http://www.nba.com/2012/allstar/2012/02/26/bryant-record.ap/index.html?ls=iref:nbahpt2


I suspect Durant will pass Kobe when it is all said and done. Durant is one of those fun athletes who tries 100% on everything he does. Dude doesn't care if its an exhibition or not, he is going to ball.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2012 6:09 pm
Ok 40 games down, 2/3 season down.
Here is an updated list:

* Baron Davis craks top 30 list in assists
* Kevin Garnet passed Charles Barkley in scoring for 18th
* Tim Duncan passes Clyde Drexler for 25th in all time scoring
* Kevin Garnett passes Shaquille O'Neal for 12th in rebounding
* Kevin Garnett passes Guss Williams for 20th in steals
* Shawn Marion cracks top 30 in steals




top 30 of all time assists:
2 - Jason Kidd - 11,756
6 - Steve Nash - 9,686
11 - Andre Miller - 7,322
30 - Baron Davis - 5,952 (needs 20 to pass Mookie Blayloc for 29th)

all time scoring:
5 - Kobe Bryant -29,115
18 - Kevin Garnett - 23,913
20 - Dirk Nowitzki - 23,598
24 - Ray Allen - 22,826
25 - Tim Duncan - 22,228
27 - Paul Pierce - 22,125 (Needs 70 to pass Clyde Drexler)

All time rebounding:
12 - Kevin Garnett- 13,139
20 - Tim Duncan - 12,349 (needs 8 to catch Paul Silas)

All time Blocks:
9 - Tim Duncan - 2,434
12 - Marcus Camby - 2,288
14 - Ben Wallace - 2,116 (needs 3 more to catch Shawn Bradley)
19. Kevin Garnett - 1,891
23. Jermaine O'Neal - 1,702
28. Elton Brand - 1,581 (Tied with Benoit Benjamin)

All time Steals:
2. Jason Kidd - 2,535
17. Kobe Bryant - 1,709
20. Kevin Garnett - 1,646
30. Shawn Marion - 1,545

WARRIORS SECTION:
There is only 1 warrior who has been on the team over 3 years... Andris.
Closest besides him is Curry, this is his 3rd year. I would say they have completely revamped the roster in 3/4 years...
Now to develop it and see if we can get to the playoffs.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2012 8:08 pm
Kevin love had a career high 51 points in a double overtime loss to OKC tonight. Saw the last half of the game, it was a GREAT Game between Kevin and Kevin!!

It was the most points scored by a timberwolf player in franchise history, even KG hadn't gotten 50 before.
Amazing.

I think the T-Wolves are in the same boat we were in, they are really missing a quality Center to be a contender. They have K Love, and Rubio, but no other great starter. I thnk for them Derick Williams will be the X factor, can he be molded into a quality starting SF? If his game is suited to be a PF, then they will have to move him because there won't be many mins behind K Love, and does not bode them well to have K Love play a lot of mins at Center.
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What a game that must have been, got to see if I can get it. Love 51, Westbrook 45 and Durant 40, wow.

The Twolves have Nikola Pekovic at Center, with Darko backing him up. That's pretty good and Nikola Pekovic is playin real good, their second leading scorer actually. The Warriors never had the talent the TWolves have right now, at least I think so. Never had a big like Love. The Webber team of 1993-94 looked great, but since only lasted one season not really much to say. Rubio looks like a great PG and though he has his flaws, his strengths are up there with the best PGs in the nba. Give him three years and he should be a top 5 PG. They need to get rid of some of their youngsters, unless they will fit in as role players for them.

No there is no chance, but just saying, right now I'd give Lee and Curry to get Love, he is that good and that consistent. It's his consistency that makes him so great. Who would have thought that man would be scoring what he is today. Rebounding maybe, but not the scoring. Very smart and enough physical tools to be a great player. Only Dwight is ranked higher among bigs right now.

I still think the team could have used AR as a backup PF at least. Right now with him, that'd be a shotblocker and pretty good rebounder off the bench. Similar with Azu, who is available as well. Very good backups and maybe Azu could start a bit if a real good SF isn't found so quick.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2012 7:30 pm
Dwyane Wade recorded his 600th career block tonight at the Pacers. Wade is 6'4". According to Elias, Wade becomes just the second player in NBA history to hit the 600 block mark with a height of 6'4" or smaller. The only other player to accomplish that feat was Dennis Johnson, who totaled 675 career blocks at a height of 6'4".
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2012 4:08 pm
Ok new season, this will probably be a year where records are broken and legends are made.
I think this is going to be a fun exciting season as the talent level across the board is getting better.


top 30 of all time assists:
2 - Jason Kidd - 11,842
5 - Steve Nash - 9,924
10 - Andre Miller - 7,477
29 - Baron Davis - 6,025(Will he play again this season?)

all time scoring:
5 - Kobe Bryant - 29,536 (should be able to pass Wilt by end of the season).
18 - Kevin Garnett - 24,279
19 - Dirk Nowitzki - 24,134
24 - Ray Allen - 22,960
25 - Paul Pierce - 22,614 (Made a huge jump last year as wasn't even on this list to begin the year)
26 - Tim Duncan - 22,602

All time rebounding:
12 - Kevin Garnett- 13,325
17 - Tim Duncan - 12,552

All time Blocks:
9 - Tim Duncan - 2,475
12 - Marcus Camby - 2,317
19 - Kevin Garnett - 1,910
23 - Jermaine O'Neal - 1,703
26 - Elton Brand - 1,620

All time Steals:
2. Jason Kidd - 2,559
17. Kobe Bryant - 1,723
19 - Kevin Garnett - 1,664
27 - Shawn Marion - 1,568

WARRIORS SECTION:
This team is relatively young, so they aren't really in the Warriors all time list, but if you are interested to see career leaders for the dubs, check this link out:
http://www.basketball-reference.com/teams/GSW/leaders_career.html
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