Game Thread: Warriors @ Utah Jazz 2006-11-04

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Are you looking forward to see Derek Fisher?

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 10:44 pm
But we already knew that last year.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 10:52 pm
#32 wrote:I hate to blame referees, but the Warriors got NO calls tonight. Like none. I saw them drive the lane and get clubbed WAY too many times without a whistle.

Normally, I wouldn't say anything... but seeing as the Jazz kept getting ticky-tack ****, it kinda needs to be said.

None of the Warriors played well... but the ref's were terrible, too.

like I said the wariors got no respect in the nba that why i think the warriors dont get the call they want
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 10:56 pm
if the warriors play this for the whole year why not just wait for greg oden
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 12:33 am
#32 wrote:But we already knew that last year.

But it is so much more glaringly obvious now...the combination of Ike's injuries and the 12-6 start masked it somewhat last year for a while. Also, Monta didn't really shine til late in the season. This year, you could be Stevie Wonder and see it. Question is, since Nelson proclaimed Dun and Murphy his starters, is there a saving face issue? I doubt it - the cat wants to win.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 3:31 am
#32 wrote:I hate to blame referees, but the Warriors got NO calls tonight. Like none. I saw them drive the lane and get clubbed WAY too many times without a whistle.

Normally, I wouldn't say anything... but seeing as the Jazz kept getting ticky-tack ****, it kinda needs to be said.

None of the Warriors played well... but the ref's were terrible, too.


Wouldn't have helped much. The more free throws we have, the more we miss...

Also, statistically (and I haven't seen this game yet, so I can only talk from the boxscore), the Jazz were called more fouls than us (25 to 19)... seems like they just wanted to win more.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 5:42 am
I said the Jazz were built to win and as long as they are healthy, they have a team that could be top 4 in the West, top 7 at least
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migya wrote:I said the Jazz were built to win and as long as they are healthy, they have a team that could be top 4 in the West, top 7 at least


From the few games they have played, it certainly looks like that. We'll see, tho. Most of his players have problems staying healthy all season...
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 10:37 am
The thing is, the Jazz won't stay healthy.

When they're all completely put together right, they can go like hell. But so can Grant Hill.
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coltraning wrote:so far, the Ws have beaten who they should beat and got owned by Utah as usual. Not surprising...I am most curious to see how long Nelson sticks with Dunleavy and Murphy, when Ike and Monta are clearly more talented pieces. Essentially, the team is unchanged since last year, so we will have an excellent petri dish to see how much was on Monty and how much is just the team. 3 games is way too early - though not too early to confirm that Ike and Monta should have more minutes and Dunleavy/Murphy less.


Truthfully I kinda thought we'd able to take the Kobe-less Lakers too.
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coltraning wrote:so far, the Ws have beaten who they should beat and got owned by Utah as usual. Not surprising...I am most curious to see how long Nelson sticks with Dunleavy and Murphy, when Ike and Monta are clearly more talented pieces. Essentially, the team is unchanged since last year, so we will have an excellent petri dish to see how much was on Monty and how much is just the team. 3 games is way too early - though not too early to confirm that Ike and Monta should have more minutes and Dunleavy/Murphy less.


Truthfully I kinda thought we'd able to take the Kobe-less Lakers too.

I know what you are saying, and with the right line-up we would have beaten the no-Kobe Lake Show. But I am quite convinced that Dunleavy should be coming off the bench, as should Murphy. They are really hurting this team with their play and Nelson will have to, in effect, very publicly admit he misjudged if he is going to change the starters. I hope and think he will, just hope it is sooner rather than later...
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 9:48 pm
Murphy deserves to start, since Biedrins can't stay out of foul trouble (and needs limited minutes).

Start Murphy and Ike in the front court... and bench Dunleavy.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 11:15 pm
Murphy did horrible last game! Biedrins is tougher, more athletic and more energetic than Murphy. He plays defense and that alone makes him more valuable right now
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migya wrote:Murphy did horrible last game! Biedrins is tougher, more athletic and more energetic than Murphy. He plays defense and that alone makes him more valuable right now


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migya wrote:Murphy did horrible last game! Biedrins is tougher, more athletic and more energetic than Murphy. He plays defense and that alone makes him more valuable right now

hate to be the wet blanket, but starting biedrins won't get murphy on the bench - the projected starting line-up is bd, jrich, dung, murphy and biedrins - change out monta and ike and you've got something - bd, monta, jrich, ike, biedrins
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2006 9:34 am
Horrible! I'm not gonna even comment on this game. Everything was bad.
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