Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Recap: Recap #74: Golden State Warriors 104, Utah Jazz 128: Hatin' on Salt Lake City, Utah
Game thread: Gamethread #74: Golden State Warriors at Utah Jazz: Nostalgic interludes coming up (605+ comments)
Associated Press recap: Williams has 19 assists, Jazz top Warriors 128-104
Sports Network recap: Jazz rout Warriors
Adam Lauridsen recap: Mercy Rule (Warriors 104, Jazz 128)
Marcus Thompson II recap: Golden State Warriors have stats to back it up: Loss to Utah Jazz is ugly
Andrew Aragon, nba.com recap: Jazz pad Northwest Division lead with easy win over Warriors
- The Warriors have been incredibly successful at finding guys in the D League. It all stems from continually scouting in the D League.
Marcus Thompson II: Golden State Warriors earn 'A' for scouting NBA Development League
- No postgame news found.
Don Nelson in the hallway.
Highlights by orangino.
Postgame Quotes from warriors.com recap
On the Jazz:
"We think Utah is probably as good as anybody in the West that we have seen. We have a lot of respect for them. They did what they were supposed to do. We came in underhanded and didn’t have any size and they just didn’t give us a chance. They put the screws to us in the first quarter and just added to it. That’s what good teams are supposed to do."
On tonight's game:
"We are trying to stay hungry. We get a lot of great experience playing these playoff teams down the stretch. They’re fighting for playoff position so they’re going to give us their best shot even though we are having a tough season. Defensively we are going to try and step up our game so we can start fresh next year. It was tough. I got in foul trouble early. They played a very physical brand of basketball and we tried to be as physical as they were. We just didn’t have it tonight. That is something you have to bring every night."
On playing against Deron Williams:
"He is one of the best point guards in the league. He showed it tonight. Offensively and defensively he brings it. It’s nice to go up against him. I learned a lot. Hopefully these types of experiences will make me a better player."
On tonight's game:
"This is a pretty good team. I think our guys played hard. At the end of the day they just have too much size down low. I think they have four or five guys 260 and up. Our big guy, Chris (Hunter) went down with his nose and he still tried to come back in and play. I take my hat off to him for that. AT (Anthony Tolliver) battled, Corey (Maggette) battled, the whole game everybody tried to battle, and at the end of the day we just came up short and it’s because of that. I think everyone is going to come back and play just as hard and just as scrappy. We have to come out with the same mentality that we had the last few home games."
(Yesterday, after arriving at Salt Lake City)
StephenCurry30: Sittin in California pizza kitchen with Ant Tolliver, Chris Hunter and @reggiew55. Lady didn't think I was old enough to sit at the bar smh!
(About 1am Pacific time)
StephenCurry30: Just landed back in Oakland. Let's just forget about that one...Cool?!
(Looks like the Warriors ran out of Salt Lake City as quickly as possible.)
- Monta Ellis on getting respect, playing despite the injuries, 3 pt shooting, proving people wrong, his kid Monta Jr, bouncing back from injury, the D League players, what to take from this season, surprised by Stephen Curry.
14:46 min: Bob Fitzgerald interviews Monta Ellis
- Tim Roye on the players and Nellie's record, summer draft, drafting for need vs the best, Biedrins underhanded FT.
19:26 min: Tim Roye with Ralph and Tom
Warriors Weekly TV
Tim Roye interviews Reggie Williams. (This is a trimmed down edited version of the one on last week's Weekly Radio Show.)
Franco Finn bowling with CJ Watson and his family.
Tim Roye's Journal: Stephen Curry on St Mary's.
In The Paint with Russ Turner.
Ultimate Highlight Video.
- From the MT2 recap, Turiaf had a fever of over 100F a couple of hours before tipoff.
- One home game on Friday vs Knicks at 7:30pm. Then a 3 game road trip over 4 days.
- Visit this link for tonight's therapy session. Don't worry, it's not spam or a Rick Roll or anything like that.
Therapy for the Jazz loss