i've been thinking lately about the warriors roster, and who on it can or can't be trusted in the 4th. so, without further ado, i jump to my analysis
baron davis: clutch. when the game is on the line, and the momentum is against us he was the catalyst to turn it around all year. I don't howver, like him taking the last shot of the game. i feel like he always misses those.
jason richardson: clutch. basing this on what i saw 2nite, and what i know from last year, he'll hit the big shot.
stephen jackson: not clutch. he desperately wants 2 b, but hes not. when it counts he takes the ball into the corner for 23 seconds and then fires up a bad shot.
al harrington: not clutch. He's a very emotional player. he can't ignore the momentum and play through it. he also plays like jax when he's looking for that game changing shot.
AB: clutch. he's very oftenin foul trouble by clutch time, but when he's not he shuts down the opposing big man, and seems to get even more open looks
monta: hes proven this year that he's clutch. if u dont know how then ur not a warriors fan.
jassy: not clutch. he hasn't been much of anything all year, but it seems that whenevr he does miss free throws, it in crunch time.
pietrus: not clutch. hes usually not in by the 4th, and for good reason. by this tim he has reverted back to deep jumpers and stupid turnovers
powell: clutch. often on at this time and provides good spark off the bench. reminds me of varejao.
kellena: clutch. always very calm. never lets emotion mess up his desicion making.
POB: incomplete. never in when it gets rough
foyle: ?. he's often in, but he's just a non factor. hes not negative, just nonexistent.
so there u have it. any changes from the haters?