Game Thread: Orlando Magic @ Warriors 2007-01-10

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Can the Warriors win sweep the series against the Magic?

Poll ended at Wed Jan 10, 2007 8:41 pm

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YES
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11%
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Total votes: 9

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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 12:13 am
ChronicallyInclined wrote:last year murph lit it up from 3 and everything. now he is non existent.

Uhh... Murph's shooting 7% higher on his 3's this year, homie.

Plus a better FG%. And a helluva lot more assists (1.5 more in 8 less minutes!). Not to mention career high's in blocks and steals per game, too.

So far, Murphy's doing better (overall) than he did last year... but he's really not fitting in Nelly's system.
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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 12:20 am
carlgo wrote:Speaking of tough. How about Jason Kidd's wife sitting behind their bench screaming at him for a whole game because she found other womens' phone numbers on his cell phone. Somebody must have this on YouTube or ?


:mrgreen:

That fukin little bitch........
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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 12:24 am
Disappointing loss, especially considering we beat them in Orlando.

This team has got to look back at the games they won against the Spurs, Jazz and some other teams and see what they are capable of doing. They have to stabilise this otherwise it will be a freefall like last season
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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 4:32 am
migya wrote:Disappointing loss, especially considering we beat them in Orlando.


And the worst part is that they beat us with only one player having a good game...



... of course, that's one more guy than us.

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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 6:10 am
Disappointing loss, particularly the second half of it. The team just did not seem to be in sync and looked to be simply going through the motions most of the game.

I think Baron's wrist injury or I guess should say injuries as both wrists are hurt, seem to be taking a toll on him. I hope he is able to heal quickly. He did not seem like the Baron we all know and love. Perhaps it was just one game, but even against Phoenix on Sunday he was not himself.

I am hoping the Warriors can beat the Heat. It is not a must win, but pretty darn close.
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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 8:52 am
ChicagoTom wrote:Dwight Howard is obviously a monster and will need to be reckoned with. That being said Biedrins and a host of other Warriors will need to crash the boards tonight or Howard could be in for a 25-rebound night.

argh, really hate to say you told us so
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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 8:53 am
migya wrote:
carlgo wrote:Speaking of tough. How about Jason Kidd's wife sitting behind their bench screaming at him for a whole game because she found other womens' phone numbers on his cell phone. Somebody must have this on YouTube or ?


:mrgreen:

That fukin little bitch........

i actually agree with you for once :mrgreen:
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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 8:59 am
obviously i didnt see the game,but my god,Howards numbers were pure evil!

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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 9:53 am
#32 wrote:I can honestly say I've never seen Adonal Foyle make a better play than that scoop pass he threw during a horizontal dive to the floor. No block he's ever gotten compares to that.

But, aside from that minor glory hiccup, the game made my eyes bleed. A flurry of turnovers in the first half and 20% shooting in the second half. Terrible. Just terrible.


.... Depressing to say the least. We go against a team that we should beat and we choke hard... Same 'ol warriors of the past 10-11 years.. They seem to get energized against top teams, but totally loosen up and relax against the mid-low tier and bottom tier teams...

Its funny how my friends say "we've beaten the lakers" or "we've beaten the heat" or "we've owned Dallas" when we can't beat the teams we're supposed to beat... In the end, we just average out to a mediocre team that really needs a kick in the pants..
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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 12:41 pm
Luckily, Nelly might be the guy who gives the Warriors that kick in the pants...

Did you see the way he devoured Foyle after Dwight Howard got that free dunk underneath? They just came out of a 2-minute timeout... but Nelly called another 20-second's just to sink his teeth in Adonal Foyle. That's a real coach. :thumbleft:
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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 4:54 pm
prettyhatemachine22 wrote:Is this game on FSN Plus for everyone else? I have FSN Plus but its not coming on, its just some stupid Jewelry show. This sucks.

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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 5:16 pm
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well, at least Dunleavy's hairband and defense on Carlos Arroyo should get a laugh from the masses.
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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 9:32 pm
tHe_pEsTiLeNcE wrote:
migya wrote:
carlgo wrote:Speaking of tough. How about Jason Kidd's wife sitting behind their bench screaming at him for a whole game because she found other womens' phone numbers on his cell phone. Somebody must have this on YouTube or ?


:mrgreen:

That fukin little bitch........

i actually agree with you for once :mrgreen:



You are seeing the light :mrgreen:

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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 9:38 pm
#32 wrote:
ChronicallyInclined wrote:last year murph lit it up from 3 and everything. now he is non existent.

Uhh... Murph's shooting 7% higher on his 3's this year, homie.

Plus a better FG%. And a helluva lot more assists (1.5 more in 8 less minutes!). Not to mention career high's in blocks and steals per game, too.

So far, Murphy's doing better (overall) than he did last year... but he's really not fitting in Nelly's system.



wait, did you just say what i think you just said? he's averaging 10 mins less a game than he did the last two years, and he's only played in what 15 games? well... i'd sure hope his stats were ballooned up a bit. its like saying ohh ohh this batter is hitting .500, oh but he's only had 20 at-bats. so yeah, point being murphy is worthless. even nelson himself said on KNBR today that he needs to STEP UP
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» Thu Jan 11, 2007 10:10 pm
ChronicallyInclined wrote:
#32 wrote:
ChronicallyInclined wrote:last year murph lit it up from 3 and everything. now he is non existent.

Uhh... Murph's shooting 7% higher on his 3's this year, homie.

Plus a better FG%. And a helluva lot more assists (1.5 more in 8 less minutes!). Not to mention career high's in blocks and steals per game, too.

So far, Murphy's doing better (overall) than he did last year... but he's really not fitting in Nelly's system.



wait, did you just say what i think you just said? he's averaging 10 mins less a game than he did the last two years, and he's only played in what 15 games? well... i'd sure hope his stats were ballooned up a bit. its like saying ohh ohh this batter is hitting .500, oh but he's only had 20 at-bats. so yeah, point being murphy is worthless. even nelson himself said on KNBR today that he needs to STEP UP

Okay, so now you're claiming it's illogical to critique Murphy because he hasn't played enough games.

If that's the case, than your original argument is invalid. If that's not the case, than my point is valid and completely counters yours. Pick one.

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