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Can the Warriors bounce back against the Wizards?

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 12:04 pm
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sfsfsfgiants wrote:As for Baron playing too much, he has to. No Troy Hudson means no serviceable backup.


I thought someone said before Monta was playing more PG lately... and mistake-free.

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AGAIN???... Oh, well. :bday:

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Defintely seen him create more. He does spend a lot of time at SG as well but he's setting people up without too many turnovers. Not sure he's ready for doing that all game though.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 12:19 pm
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TMC wrote:
sfsfsfgiants wrote:As for Baron playing too much, he has to. No Troy Hudson means no serviceable backup.


I thought someone said before Monta was playing more PG lately... and mistake-free.

sfsfsfgiants wrote:*EDIT* 2200 posts. :bday:


AGAIN???... Oh, well. :bday:

:mrgreen:


Defintely seen him create more. He does spend a lot of time at SG as well but he's setting people up without too many turnovers. Not sure he's ready for doing that all game though.


To me, he still makes too many turnovers. He doesnt seem to completly grasp the point guard concept. He has made a huge step up from last year, though. When Hudson comes back, Monta will be back to his shooting guard self.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 12:21 pm
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TMC wrote:Didn't see this game (hey, it was Friday night!!!), so I don't have much to comment on. Just, from the boxscore.

Well that never stopped migya :mrgreen:



Too right buddy and I can still give an honest evaluation

:mrgreen: ::lol: No comment.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 12:22 pm
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TMC wrote:Didn't see this game (hey, it was Friday night!!!), so I don't have much to comment on. Just, from the boxscore.

Well that never stopped migya :mrgreen:



Too right buddy and I can still give an honest evaluation

:mrgreen: ::lol: No comment.


Dont mean to pick at you, but isnt saying "no comment" a comment? :mrgreen:
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 12:25 pm
:mrgreen: Absolutely.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 12:26 pm
32 wrote::mrgreen: Absolutely.


I got you there, didn't I. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 4:50 pm
32 wrote:
migya wrote:
O.G. Broe wrote:
TMC wrote:Didn't see this game (hey, it was Friday night!!!), so I don't have much to comment on. Just, from the boxscore.

Well that never stopped migya :mrgreen:



Too right buddy and I can still give an honest evaluation

:mrgreen: ::lol: No comment.



Not a vaild one anyway :oops: :mrgreen:
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 7:35 pm
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migya wrote:Too right buddy and I can still give an honest evaluation

Not a vaild one anyway :oops: :mrgreen:

Took the words right outta my mouth. :thumbleft: :mrgreen:
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 8:24 pm
32 wrote:
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migya wrote:Too right buddy and I can still give an honest evaluation

Not a vaild one anyway :oops: :mrgreen:

Took the words right outta my mouth. :thumbleft: :mrgreen:


Yet another example of #32's twisting of things to try to make himself look like the one that is right. The people see it :mrgreen:
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 8:55 pm
The people see you all but giving Mickaep Pietrus a happy ending, blathering on about BS trade ideas (especially, God help us, during fantasy bball season), and bashing every new player we sign... followed by praise borderlining felatio after they accomplish something (see Monta Ellis, Matt Barnes, and Stephen Jackson... stay tuned for Patrick O'Bryant and Brandan Wright).

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 9:06 pm
I express my opinion but admit it when I am wrong. You bet you I'll praise O'bryant if he becomes a real contributor for the team, in fact, I've praised him for the short work he has done already
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 9:09 pm
migya wrote:What a joke! O'bryant has done nothing

You call that praise...?
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 9:31 pm
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migya wrote:What a joke! O'bryant has done nothing

You call that praise...?


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 9:42 pm
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migya wrote:What a joke! O'bryant has done nothing

You call that praise...?



Nice try. That was in response to the following conversation:

migya wrote:That and Azu had a break with the trade of JRich, opening things up for him. With Monta getting hurt in the preseason and not performing well so far, Azu has had the best chance he could ever have had. O'bryant will only get a major chance if Biedrins gets injured

32 wrote:Or traded. The Warriors have his, Baron's, and Monta's resigns ALL coming up. One of them is getting aced out... and, due to their interest in Wright and his need for a larger contract someday, it might be Biedrins.

migya wrote:Let me put it simply - O'bryant is a semi stiff that has had a few good moments so far in this very young season, let the man get a whore to squirt on him, no need to do it for him!

Biedrins is the second most important player on the team because of his height and the position he plays, he ain't going nowhere

32 wrote:Patrick O'Bryant has looked very good in the few minutes he's gotten this year and with Andris' resign coming up (at no fewer than $50 million, you can bet), Mullin and company need to decide who they're going with. Its a lot harder to trade Biedrins once you ink him to that giant deal. If Patrick O'Bryant really is the future of the Warriors, as Don Nelson has said, than the situation is worth evaluating. Right now, Biedrins has the job, lock-stock-and-barrell... but its definitely not without competition. Patrick O'Bryant is more naturally gifted than Biedrins. He's longer, taller, jumps higher, has a longer wingspan, and has a higher basketball IQ. His skillset is also more advanced than Biedrins', as O'Bryant is an excellent high post passer and can shoot the ball further out than Biedrins (his range extends to 18 feet, whereas Biedrins is roughly 7 or 8 feet). Right now, Biedrins is more NBA ready. He's felt the grind of a full season before, he's played against all the starting centers out there, his body has filled out more, and his quickness and handles make for a perfect fit in our system.



You make a glass of water seem like an ocean and I say just how ridiculous that is. Biedrins better than O'bryant and the pick for starting Center
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Uh oh... :happy1:
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