Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Recap: Recap #69: Golden State Warriors 97 @ Phoenix Suns 108 - Thankfully only 13 games left
Game thread: GameThread #69: Golden State Warriors @ Phoenix Suns - Let's get this over with (460+ comments)
SBN BA: SBNation Bayarea's Warriors Page
StoryStream: Suns Drop Warriors 108-97 Despite 30 From Dorell Wright
Suns: Bright Side Of The Sun
Recap: Suns Complete Sweep Of Warriors In Familiar Fashion, 108-97
Game thread: GameThread: Suns Host Warriors
Preview: Phoenix Suns Look To Rebound At Home Against Warriors
Associated Press: Frye returns, leads Suns over Warriors | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Gortat helps Suns down Warriors
Alex Pavlovic: Golden State Warriors lose 12th straight at Phoenix's US Airways Center
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Practice Interview tidbits: Keith Smart and Ekpe Udoh on Udoh filling in for Biedrins, rebounding, and offensive game. Thu Mar 17, 2011
Video link: Keith Smart on NBATV before the game
- Both are free agents this summer. Who do you keep? Reggie? Thornton? Neither? Both?
Marcus Thompson II: Who You Keeping: Reggie or Al?
Keith Smart in the hallway.
CSN highlights, recap.
Postgame Quotes and Stuff from warriors.com recap
1:29 min: Tim Roye's Game Recap
On the team’s perseverance:
"I give my team credit because that is the one thing we have shown pretty much all year; that we will compete all the way through. We may not come up with the rebound that we may need or possession; or a guy hits a big shot with one second on the clock or may get a foul. But they have shown that they will compete no matter what. We’ve had several games where we’ve been down by 20 or more points and have always competitively got ourselves back in the game, so I’m proud of them. "
On the second half:
"We never quit. I think the bench came in and gave us some great minutes, got some defensive stops, got the ball moving in our direction a little faster and Dorell (Wright) and Al Thornton came in and got some good offensive possessions for us. Defensively, we were a little better; we just didn’t have enough to get over the top."
On his play in the second half:
"They were just putting pressure on guys, getting into the paint and guys were just finding me. It was nothing really to it. Same thing I’ve been doing all year. I just caught a little fire. I’ve been a little aggressive going to the basket, getting to the free throw line. I was a little frustrated in the first half, especially coming back out on the court and seeing that put-back at the end of the first half didn’t count, so I was as little upset about that. So I just wanted to go out there, play hard, bring our team back; I was out there with the second unit, we were getting stops and flying."
- Keith Smart considers DWright the best inbounder on the team.
- The road trip takes the Warriors into Texas against 3 better teams. Sunday afternoon @Mavericks, Monday afternoon @Spurs. Four game winless sweep on this trip?
|Sun||Mar 20||4:30pm||@Mavericks||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Mon||Mar 21||5:30pm||@Spurs||CSNBayHD||KNBR 1050|
|Wed||Mar 23||5:30pm||@Rockets||CSNBayHD||KNBR 1050|
|Fri||Mar 25||7:30pm||Raptors||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Sun||Mar 27||6:00pm||Wizards||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
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Stephen Curry (23 votes)
Monta Ellis (4 votes)
Dorell Wright (73 votes)
David Lee (4 votes)
Ekpe Udoh (7 votes)
Louis Amundson (3 votes)
Al Thornton (43 votes)
Reggie Williams (3 votes)
Acie Law (6 votes)
Vladimir Radmanovic (5 votes)
Great game for insomniacs (8 votes)
I see a 4 game winless sweep coming (70 votes)
I got more energy out of the postgame with Wofford/Saint/Steinmetz (16 votes)
Hey wake up! The game's over! (27 votes)
Next game please (43 votes)
335 total votes