Talk about the upcoming Warriors game here
utahboozer wrote:Don't bring out the brooms now, Jazz fanz. This GS team is unfazed...so they say.
Well I hope that the W's aren't like a lot of people on this board that think they will win just because they are at home. If they give up 20 offensive rebounds again and don't give 100% they won't. If Utah keeps shooting over 50% from the field and getting half their misses back on offensive rebounds then they will certainly win one of the three games on the road. I hope Nellie is primarily focusing on defense... the Ws offense is great already. If they want to win 4 of the next 5 games from the Jazz, the changes have to be on defense.
Last edited by rnst_p on Thu May 10, 2007 2:33 pm, edited 1 time in total.
mattiri wrote:found this on ESPN.com
"The Warriors last rallied from an 0-2 deficit to win a series in 1987, when they lost two games to the Jazz and won the next three in the best-of-5 opening round."
That's a great fact. Thanks for posting it!
And, btw, the Warriors will pound Utah by 10+ at home. It will be the first DEFINITIVE win in the series.
For this game, we need everybody to show up and help out Davis, Jax, JRich, and Barnes. We can't do this with them alone and we can't expect them to perform miracles everytime they are out there. We need Ellis, Biedrins, Harrington, and yes.. even clang...
i think if the warriors win they will win big +12, if its 1-5 points the jazz should get it... im excited for the game but i realize how good the warriors have been at home. zero losses since march and only 2 were in the single digits. wins by 25, 18, 24, 29 & 13 at home, really insane when you think about it.