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Recap: Recap #10: Orlando Magic 117, Golden State Warriors 109 - Time To Update The Hack-A-Shaq Wikipedia Or Add Hack-A-Howard
Game thread: Game Thread #10: Orlando Magic @ Golden State Warriors - Kwame Out, Beastin' Time For Dwight Howard? (1430+ comments)
Associated Press: Howard breaks FT attempts mark, Magic top Warriors | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Howard sets NBA free-throw attempt record; Magic down Warriors
Marcus Thompson II: Orlando's Dwight Howard too much for the Golden State Warriors
Matt Steinmetz: Warriors overpowered by Howard, Magic, fall 117-109 Rusty Simmons: Warriors seek new center after loss of Kwame Brown
- Kwame Brown will undergo surgery for a torn pectoralis major (chest muscle attached to his right shoulder) and will be out for at least 3 months, which is basically the rest of the season.
warriors.com: Warriors Center Kwame Brown To Undergo Surgery
Marcus Thompson II: Warriors' Kwame Brown facing possible season-ending surgery
Matt Steinmetz: Surgery to sideline Warriors' Brown 3 months
Rusty Simmons: GS Warriors center Kwame Brown to miss 3 months
- MT2 takes a quick look at who's available for the Warriors to sign to replace Kwame.
Marcus Thompson II: Warriors C Kwame Brown Maybe Done for the Season
- Although Larry Riley and Magic GM Otis Smith talked in the afternoon, don't expect much out of it.
Matt Steinmetz: W's Riley and Magic GM meet -- talk trade?
- At the bottom of this article, Rlley talks briefly about picking the right opportunity to send Tyler to the D-League.
Rusty Simmons: Magic's Ryan Anderson shows cool on, off the court
Mark Jackson on Kwame Brown's injury.
- Rusty summarizes Mark Jackson at the podium.
Rusty Simmons: GS Warriors coach Mark Jackson defends Hack-a-Howard plan
Mark Jackson at the podium.
Monta Ellis in the locker room.
Highlights by gumbywithpokey.
Postgame Quotes and Stuff from warriors.com recap
6:49 min: Tim Roye's Game Recap - 1/12
2:06 min: Mark Jackson Postgame - 1/12
2:32 min: Monta Ellis Postgame - 1/12
3:39 min: David Lee Postgame- 1/12
On Dwight Howard:
"I think he was in a pretty good rhythm offensively all night long. The guy missed 18 free throws. I can understand people thinking 'Why?' but don't get caught up in the free throws, think about when we didn't foul him; dunks, hooks, at the rim - he's a great player and a bad free throw shooter. To give ourselves the best chance possible, we tried to mess up their rhythm and take their three point shooters away, which we did, but they made plays. I tell you what, my guys are working. Frustrating to lose, but we battled and we look forward to what lies ahead. A tough loss."
On if he would have fouled Dwight Howard if Kwame Brown were available:
"No. And I wouldn't have done it if Dre (Andris Biedrins) was on the court because I thought he did an outstanding job of playing Dwight Howard one-on-one. We have two bodies that can defend him one-one-one and force him away from the painted area, and that's Dre (Andris Biedrins) and Kwame Brown. Being shorthanded after that we go to the small guys and he basically got where he wanted. Immediately, you have to figure out a way to stop a great player and his weakness is foul shooting."
On Klay Thompson:
"He's a knock down shooter. He's doing a great job coming off being aggressive and he's very effective when he slows the game down. He's playing extremely well right now for us. It's good to see him in rhythm because we're going to need him."
On the game plan for Dwight Howard:
"That's what coach drew up for us. He was shooting 42% from the line, he hit 21 of 39 free throws, thats a chance you take. He chose to play him head up on the block. He fouled out Andris (Biedrins), Ekpe (Udoh) and myself at the end there. He played well. I thought our team really fought and did a really good job shorthanded."
On upcoming road trip:
"The fact of the matter is we have four teams who are below .500, we need to take care of business. There's nothing to be said if we come back with a losing record on this road trip, it should be a huge disappointment. This is a road trip were we need to take care of business and get at least three or four games to come back here right at .500. I don't see it any other way at this point. We're playing good basketball."
On if there is an urgency to win now:
"We're close. We did everything we could've tonight. They made big shots down the end. I was satisfied with the performance. It just let us know where we stand if we play like this every night. We just have to go on this road trip and handle business."
- Dorell Wright DNP because of a knee contusion.
- Road trip! We first swing by Charlotte to pick up Stephen Curry. The last reports I heard is that he won't play though.
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Hello? Are you awake now? Did the Hack-A-Howard lull you to sleep? Wake up and pick somebody!
Charles Jenkins (6 votes)
Monta Ellis (157 votes)
Brandon Rush (1 vote)
David Lee (49 votes)
Andris Biedrins (10 votes)
Nate Robinson (7 votes)
Klay Thompson (64 votes)
Ekpe Udoh (1 vote)
Dominic McGuire (1 vote)
Jeremy Tyler (7 votes)
Dwight Howard (55 votes)
Hack, tweeeet! FTs. ZZzzZZzz... (63 votes)
Next game please (46 votes)
467 total votes