Warriors Game Day Links: Golden State Warriors 128 vs Memphis Grizzlies 110 - Monta playing on guts, strike back against Grizzlies

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Warriors: Golden State of Mind
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Game thread: GAMETHREAD #71: Golden State Warriors vs Memphis Grizzlies (1050+ comments)

Grizzlies: Straight Outta Vancouver
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Game thread: GameThread: Memphis Grizzlies at Golden State Warriors; Marc Gasol Returning?

Other Recaps

Associated Press recap: Curry’s 30 points lead Warriors over Grizzlies
Sports Network recap: Curry, Warriors roll over Grizzlies
Marcus Thompson II recap: Warriors beat Memphis Grizzlies; coach Don Nelson now four wins from breaking record
Rusty Simmons recap: Curry scores 30 as Warriors run past Grizzlies
Geoff Lepper, nba.com recap: Curry heats up, leads Golden State to victory

Pregame News

- Larry Ellison isn't the only bidder for the Warriors.
David Morrill: Warriors suitor Mark Mastrov, founder of 24 Hour Fitness, makes his case to be team's owner

Pregame Videos

- No pregame videos found.

Postgame News

- With the Warriors locking up Reggie Williams for next season and expressing interest in Raja Bell, things don't look as bright for Anthony Morrow lately.
Rusty Simmons: Morrow hoping he's included in Warriors' future

Postgame Videos

Highlights by orangino.

nba.com recap.

Postgame Quotes from warriors.com recap

Don Nelson
On tonight's game:
"It was a little better than last time we played them. I was glad to see that. I liked everything except the way we finished the second quarter and the start of the third, other than that I thought we had a game plan. They followed it and did a pretty good job."

"I thought the real key was Chris Hunter. I wanted to play a bigger guy on Zach Randolph because he pretty much dominated our fours, so we decided to put our center on him then get some support on double teams."
Stephen Curry
On playing with a big lead:
"We didn’t know exactly how to handle it in the beginning of the third, that’s when they got back in it. Luckily we made another charge and sealed the deal. I like it that way better than having to claw our way back."

On coach calling the first timeout in the 2nd half:
"I think it was for us to keeping playing hard. We got a little quick with our shots and they were back in transition. We didn’t pick up like we were supposed to so he just lit the fire back in us and I think it worked."
Chris Hunter
On tonight's game:
"It was good. I've got to do a better job at closing out quarters and halves right. You've got to be aggressive and not worry about fouls. You let coach do substitutions whenever you get in foul trouble and keep being aggressive and give good effort."

Twitter Fun

In a contract year, too @keed1: @gswscribe it looks like Al Harrington has put on 30lbs since leaving the warriors
gotchoy: @MSteinmetzCSN what is the adv. for guaranteeing Williams' contract right now as opposed guaranteeing later at the end of the season?
MSteinmetzCSN: @gotchoy Basically locks Williams up as yours, rather than taking chance and another team taking him to summer league, training camp etc
(Some time late last night)
Goodnight, I Don't do this for the money, I love the game I do it for respect, respect is the ultimate currency, y'all remember that.
(I hope he's talking about the game of basketball.)

Other stuff

- Matt Steinmetz on Warriors For Sale, Nellie's coaching.
18:04 min: Matt Steinmetz with Ralph and Tom

My Notebook

- No interesting notes to add tonight.

What's next?

- A couple of days off before the final game of this short homestand on Sat vs the Mavericks at 7:30pm. Immediately after the game, the Warriors fly south to face the Clippers in a back to back.

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