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Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Recap: RECAP: Warriors 132, Clippers 102- From Golden State D-Leaguers to Golden State ALL-STARS
Game thread: GameThread #51: LA Clippers @ Golden State Warriors- From Boom Town to D-League Town (1260+ comments)
Associated Press recap: Warriors beat Clippers to end 9-game slide
Sports Network recap: Recap: Golden State vs. LA Clippers
Rusty Simmons recap: With Ellis out, Curry explodes
Marcus Thompson II recap: Stephen Curry adds big flavor to Golden State Warriors' big win
Mike Massa recap, notes: Notebook: Fun and smiles return to Oracle with blowout of Clippers
Adam Lauridsen observations: Rehearsals for Departure (Warriors 132, Clippers 102)
- Matt Steinmetz held his weekly chat today at noon. Woohoo! He mentioned GSoM!
Matt Steinmetz: Matt Steinmetz Feb. 10 Chat Transcript
- In Nellie's fan call in segment yesterday, he said the team has initiated a new team policy for injured players.
Rusty Simmons: Walking wounded have a seat reserved on the bench
- According to MT2's sources, with injured players slowly coming back, there's no need for more D League players right now.
Marcus Thompson II: Warriors Done with D-League – For Now
Rookie hazing time, and Biedrins, uh, oops.
Don Nelson on Monta not playing, his break plans, the Clippers game.
Andris Biedrins on his break plans, the Clippers game.
CJ Watson on his break plans, the Clippers game.
Stephen Curry on the Clippers game, the All Star weekend.
Anthony Morrow on the All Star weekend, the Clippers game.
- MT2's insights on playing with and without Monta and Maggette.
Marcus Thompson II: Move Over Monta?
Jaymee Sire interviews Stephen Curry and Anthony Morrow.
Don Nelson at the podium.
Highlights by orangino.
Postgame Quotes from warriors.com recap
On tonight's game:
"Well, we’re not going to get too full of ourselves, but it sure was nice to break the losing streak and really play well play together and have a lot of fun tonight."
On Stephen Curry:
"I’m very happy he got the triple-double. That was kind of fun. Team’s really happy for him. That’s the first triple-double since Webber got one when he was a rookie, I guess. Everybody played great."
On Anthony Tolliver:
"I'm very happy for Tolliver, as well. He missed a free throw, he could’ve had a chance to have 30 in an NBA game. How about that? That’s pretty darn good. The guy’s pretty much got the whole package if he can continue to develop. He can guard, he can rebound, he can shoot. So there are a lot of positives there and Morrow had a great game. Just everybody played well."
On his triple-double:
"My teammates kind of made that clear about six minutes left in the game, I think we were in a timeout and I think everyone of them told me I was two rebounds away, so everybody was into it. It means a lot, it was my first one ever and I give credit to God for getting me into this position. We were playing together tonight, it was a lot of fun. And to able to perform that well, and especially in situations as a team where we’ve lost so many in a row and now we get that feeling of victory before we go into All-Star break. Now we can have some fun over the weekend and come back on Tuesday rested up, so it was definitely a great performance. "
On the team shooting 62%:
"It just started with guys getting penetration and kicking it to an open man, and you could see we were shooting the ball well so everybody felt the need to get everyone else involved. The extra pass was always made in the 1st quarter, which got us rolling and got us ahead early, which we needed with Monta’s (Ellis) and Corey’s (Maggette) absence because they put up so many points and rebounds for us. If we got down early we were not going to have a chance to win. So it was a key for us to come out and start rolling."
On the team being excited about Curry's triple-double:
"That’s the kind of stuff we need, just camaraderie, guys going on out there. The kid made history. It’s a great situation for him. He’s working so hard, he deserves it."
On being more aggressive without Ellis and Maggette:
"Yeah, we all do. Everybody has to step up. We have two All-Stars out so you have to step up and fill that void. It’s not easy to do at all. The only thing I can say is we've just been playing hard and guys have been putting in a lot off effort. It was just a good win for us."
On his development:
"I think I can be someone that can be offensively talented and someone that can bring defensive intensity every night. Hopefully I've developed into something like that, where I can help teams win - if that’s score or defend or rebound whatever it is, I’m willing to do it."
On Stephen Curry:
"He was great. I didn’t realize he was rebounding like he was until the ending and they were saying ‘He only needs two more’ and that was about 10 minutes left. Something like a triple double doesn’t happen very often for most people, so for him to able to put up those type numbers offensively and boards and distribute the ball like he did it was phenomenal. "
Warriors Weekly TV Show
Bob Fitzgerald and Stephen Curry on the golf course, playing golf.
Fitz Files: Kelenna Azubuike on coming from the D League, injury update.
Warriors practice facility and the solar panels.
Warrior Girl Erin.
Ultimate Highlight Video.
Warriors Weekly Radio Show
- Looks like they moved the radio show to Tuesday this week. I should have paid attention to the schedule. I read that Nellie held a fan call in segment. Why why why didn't they put those segments up as mp3s??? I've emailed Tim Roye about that.
- Devean George on analyzing the team through his veteran eyes, being positive, Nellie's coaching style, his career, Monta and Maggette.
9:34 min: Warriors Forward Devean George
- Al Attles on being a player-coach. Larry Riley on the scouting meeting and the June draft, trade update.
11:40 min: Tim Roye's Journal
- No interesting notes to add tonight.
- All Star weekend! Morrow and Curry will be in the Rookie Sophomore game on Friday, and Curry will be in the 3 point contest on Saturday.