Hey, guys. I was told by some voices in my head to do a game recap. It'll be a quick one, though, since these voices aren't shutting up. Hey, guys! Be quiet! I can't think right now!
Three Sentence Recap
The Warriors lost to the bottom-feeding Kings today. After beating the Mavs, Blazers, and Lakers, they go and lose a close game to the Kings, which, according to my armchair psychologist, means that they have bipolar disorder. Meanwhile, the Kings may move to Anaheim, which is a shame for their fanbase.
- The Warriors injury bug last year has specifically targeted David Lee this year. How else do you explain the fact that he got a tooth lodged in his elbow, and bled from his mouth after getting whacked by DeMarcus Cousins. This bug obviously has some fetish with mouths.
- Monta Ellis is no longer "Unbreakable." He finally succumbed to some injuries, and looked awful on the court, especially because he wasn't as aggressive and was settling for jump shots. Somewhere, Bruce Willis is shaking his head.
- The lack of a big man who can defend the post hurt the Warriors. Jason Thompson was 7-8 from the field, and that was partially because he would get good post position, make a move and then score. In addition, three players on the Kings bench had double digit points. I kind of understand Beno Udrih getting 14 points, but Donte Green with 10? The Warriors are making me green.
- Dorell Wright played 48 minutes tonight. It appears that Keith Smart thought he was Monta Ellis.
- Steph Curry was isolated on defense againts Marcus Thornton and Tyreke Evans several times. I call his defense "Curry Island." It's like Revis Island, only the exact opposite. It also has unlimited curry.
- Almost thought Rad Vlad was going to do the same thing against the Kings he did last time, until I realized that the Dubs were down by four. And that Rad Vlad doesn't know what a basketball is.
Warrior Blunder goes to : Louis Amundson. For managing to turn the ball over twice, miss a critical free throw, and get three fouls in only 13 minutes of action.