Game Thread: Warriors @ Sacramento Kings 2006-03-26

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» Sun Mar 26, 2006 8:44 pm
Outside of Pietrus, fantastic job everyone!

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» Sun Mar 26, 2006 8:56 pm
wow...foyle is scoring...he might just surpass his season total...hehe

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» Sun Mar 26, 2006 9:25 pm
good win. i would really love to see foyle lose 30 pounds. i think its his weight that prevents him from saving balls and grabbing low thrown balls. we have a knack for beating good teams on their turf. ex)miami, dallas (twice), and now sac. still dont understand why monty doesnt use monta more tho.

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» Sun Mar 26, 2006 9:26 pm
good win good win, started 4th quarter sloppy like usual. but held off the queens. its our time to push for playoffs. LETS GO!

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» Sun Mar 26, 2006 9:29 pm
Warriors, still playing without playoff pressure, defeat the Kings on their home floor in front of a stunned Kings crowd.


Haha, what did I tell you guys.

A little sloppy, but I'll take the win any day.

Foyle's words at the end said it best...the Warriors seem to have a different attitude now. I'd say that the primary reason the W's are winning now is because of the team mentality. We didn't do so well early in the 4th, but we never cracked when the game was tied up. And that's why we won.

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» Sun Mar 26, 2006 9:30 pm
but we made it too close. losing that 16 pt lead. but we held em off.
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» Sun Mar 26, 2006 10:05 pm
Great win!

Fact is that dun is holding his own and a little more and FISHER is doing incredibly right now! 4 steals, 8 assists, 6 rebounds, 17pts, 5-6 threes! Can't get much better than that

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» Sun Mar 26, 2006 11:42 pm
SuperMan510 wrote:good win good win, started 4th quarter sloppy like usual. but held off the queens. its our time to push for playoffs. LETS GO!


That push should've started 2 months ago, but I digress. We will have to sweep every game and hopefully Sac and/or the Lakers will drop most of their games... Not looking too good. I think we're barely gonna miss.

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» Sun Mar 26, 2006 11:55 pm
I'd say that the primary reason the W's are winning now is because of the team mentality. We didn't do so well early in the 4th, but we never cracked when the game was tied up. And that's why we won.


Let the Warriors play with this new mentality, and let the Kings and Lakers lose. We are still playoff bound!
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» Mon Mar 27, 2006 6:05 am
ChurroChou wrote:
I'd say that the primary reason the W's are winning now is because of the team mentality. We didn't do so well early in the 4th, but we never cracked when the game was tied up. And that's why we won.


Let the Warriors play with this new mentality, and let the Kings and Lakers lose. We are still playoff bound!



They will continue to try but I really want the younger guys, Diogu and Ellis in particular, to get alot more playing time. A high draft pick would be advantageous in a trade scenario as a top 5 pick would be more attractive to most GMs

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