Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Recap: Recap #55: Warriors 107- Jazz 100. The Statement.
Game thread: Game Thread #55: Golden State Warriors at Utah Jazz - Momentum. Keep it. (1200+ comments)
Associated Press: Ellis scores 35, Warriors beat Jazz 107-100 | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Warriors hand Jazz another home loss
Marcus Thompson II: Monta Ellis leads Golden State Warriors to win over Utah Jazz
Rusty Simmons: Monta Ellis has 35 as Warriors prevail in Utah
Adam Lauridsen: For Real (Warriors 107, Jazz 100)
- MT2 went 45 minutes on his live chat. You can replay the chat here.
Marcus Thompson II: Live chat with Marcus Thompson II here on Monday, Feb. 14 at noon
Video Link: Warriors Hardwood Classics Intro Video (played in the arena on Hardwood Classics Night)
Video Link: Warriors Hardwood Classics, Warriors Legends: Franklin Mieuli
18:49 min: Marcus Thompson II with Ralph and Tom on KNBR
- Matt Steinmetz wonders what it would take for Curry to become an elite point guard.
Matt Steinmetz: Becoming elite point guard will be difficult for Curry
Bob Fitzgerald interviews Monta Ellis right after the game.
Keith Smart in the hallway.
Stephen Curry in the locker room.
CSN highlights, recap.
Highlights by gumbyorpokey.
Postgame Quotes and Stuff from warriors.com recap
2:08 min: Tim Roye interviews Reggie Williams right after the game
1:31 min: Tim Roye's Game Recap
On getting the win:
"This is a big step for us. Knowing that this team was desperate, they had to try and get a win and our guys fought through it. They were fatigued from last night and they fought through it and they stayed within themselves. Just, our bench once again. Our starters, our top players, they are going to equal out against other team’s best players and our bench is going to be the key for us in this next push when we come back from this break."
On the match-up:
"You had two teams who played last night, flew back in and the rhythm is all off. That’s natural on a back-to-back. Plus you’re dealing with the fact that half their mind is in the All-Star break somewhat, somewhere – Maui, Bahamas, somewhere. But yet, they found it and guys made some big plays. Our guys are just going to be humble, keep our heads down and keep working hard."
On tonight's game:
"It was a big game for us. We treated it like it was a playoff game and we came out and played together and got the win. I just took what the defense was giving me. I have to give credit to my big men though. They were setting nice screens for me to come off and do my thing. All the credit goes to those guys."
On the match-up against Deron Williams:
"He gets up and pressures you. He makes you work. So when you have a guy playing tough defense like he did, it’s great to have big men to set nice screens and my big men did that tonight."
On tonight's game:
"I got into foul trouble and missed my first four shots so the bench came in a did a great job of keeping us in the game and getting us the lead and then in the fourth quarter Monta (Ellis) took over and that was the way we took control of the game. You can’t always draw up the perfect game, but tonight we were able to get the win."
On the difference between the Jazz and the Warriors tonight:
"With this being the last game before the All-Star break, (sometimes) guys have a tendency to check out and look forward to going on vacation. We did a good job sustaining focus with that early run by the Jazz in the second half. We haven’t played real well (in Salt Lake City), so for us to fight through the adversity with the break, it was just a matter of buckling down and getting this win."
(after the game)
gswscribe: That was a chipper locker room
MSteinmetzCSN: Stephen Curry extended his consecutive free throw streak to 42 tonight. Rick Barry has franchise record of 60.
StephenCurry30: Great way to go to All-Star break. Ready for some rest. LA bound in the am. @DWRIGHTWAY1 let's do it
DWRIGHTWAY1: Shouts to my Teammates!! Another Big win. Great way to head in2 the break. Goin to Cali in the a.m. Can't Wait-Bart Scott voice!!
(The next morning)
JLin7: found out bleacher report named me one of the smartest athletes of all time...@DWRIGHTWAY1 and @flintstone14 would disagree lol
flintstone14 (Ch. Bell): @JLin7 @dwrightway1 you smart. Just question your common sense. Lol
- No interesting notes to add tonight.
- All Star break! Dorell Wright and Stephen Curry head to LA to participate in the Rookie/Sophomore game and the 3 pt shooting contest. After that, 2 home games, Celtics and Hawks, and then a MONSTER 7 game road trip.
|Tue||Feb 22||7:30pm||Celtics||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Fri||Feb 25||7:30pm||Hawks||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Sun||Feb 27||2:00pm||@TWolves||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Tue||Mar 01||4:00pm||@Pacers||CSNBayHD||KNBR 1050|
|Wed||Mar 02||4:00pm||@Wizards||CSNBayHD||KNBR 1050|
Warriors Weekly TV, Feb 14, 2011
Fist pump! A hard earned win deserves a hard earned vote in the poll:
Stephen Curry (59 votes)
Monta Ellis (939 votes)
Dorell Wright (22 votes)
David Lee (5 votes)
Andris Biedrins (9 votes)
Reggie Williams (24 votes)
Charlie Bell (12 votes)
Ekpe Udoh (17 votes)
Brandan Wright (12 votes)
Vladimir Radmanovic (7 votes)
Jeremy Lin (76 votes)
Team win (78 votes)
1260 total votes