Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Game thread: Game Thread #16: Memphis Grizzlies at Golden State Warriors (Including Synergy Advanced Scouting Report) (1210+ comments)
Grizzlies: Straight Outta Vancouver
Game thread: Game Thread: Memphis Grizzles at Golden State Warriors
Preview: Memphis Grizzlies Vs. Golden State Warriors -- On The Road, Streak Alive
Associated Press: Grizzles rally from 20 down to beat Warriors 91-90 | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Gay, Grizzlies rally to beat Warriors
Matt Steinmetz: Warriors self-destruct in 4th, fall to Grizzlies 91-90
Marcus Thompson II: New Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson hasn't lost faith
- Previews of the game.
Matt Steinmetz: Grizzlies-Warriors: What to watch for
- Mark Jackson wants the Warriors to push the basketball more.
Rusty Simmons: Coach Mark Jackson would prefer Warriors run more
Warriors shootaround footage.
Mark Jackson at shootaround.
Monta Ellis at shootaround.
More Monta and Mark Jackson at shootaround.
CSN's segment on Jeremy Tyler's trek into the NBA.
- NBATV talks about the wax that Monta uses on his hands.
Video link: Ellis' Hot Hand
- MT2's recap that will be in the paper tomorrow.
Marcus Thompson II: Warriors Choke, Fall 91-90 to Memphis Grizzlies
Mark Jackson at the podium.
Dorell Wright in the locker room.
CSN highlights, recap.
Postgame Quotes and Stuff from warriors.com recap
1:33 min: Tim Roye's Game Recap - 1/23
4:46 min: Mark Jackson Postgame - 1/23
3:58 min: Stephen Curry Postgame - 1/23
3:01 min: Dorell Wright Postgame - 1/23
On Tonight's Game:
"I believe what we witnessed - in this league you think it's over and you begin to freestyle and adlib and all of a sudden you give a team hope and life. When we started that fourth quarter, we could've knocked them out and they would've been ready to play their bench guys and surrender, but we didn't when we had the chance too. They fought back, give them credit. They battled, they got underneath our skin, and we didn't respond individually or collectively."
On The Grizzlies:
"They got underneath our skin and we no longer looked to be aggressive. More importantly, I'm not concerned about anything offensively, we gave up 39 fourth quarter points, we gave up 16 fast break points all of them in the 4th quarter. Those are glaring issues. We gave up ten second chance points in the fourth quarter. We allowed them to take over this basketball game."
On Watching The Team Lose A 4th-Quarter Lead:
"I've been in this league a long time and I've been part of teams that gave away leads and I've been part of teams that surged back and won games. I know how realistic it is to win or lose a ballgame when you are clearly dominating going into the fourth quarter. It's disappointing because we are a team that needed a win; we're a team that was playing very good basketball up until that point. We have to realize you have to play every possession, you can't think 'We're up 16, I can try this behind the back pass' we've got to learn to keep our foot on the gas pedal at all times."
On Tonight's Game:
"It's a tough finish. We controlled the game for 36 minutes. The turnovers and rebounds killed us. It was poor decisions by the guys who are supposed to be running the offense. We wanted the win so bad, we needed it. We had control of the game and they started to make a run, we kind of tighten up. No excuses. We needed to win that game."
On Letting The Grizzlies Off The Hook:
"They're were couple of times in the game. One time was in the second quarter when we were up 19 or something like that and we let them back to a 9 point game at halftime. We got back to where we started in the third quarter. Just the fourth quarter we didn't put our foot on the pedal and played on our heels. We made bad decisions."
On How He Feels About The Loss:
"First thing that comes to mind is unacceptable. Were up 20 against a good team and you have to close games out, you have to finish games and that's the bottom line. No one is going to feel sorry for you. We have to play a whole 48 minute game. It's not acceptable at all to give up a 20 point lead, shoot 50 percent, turn the ball over 24 times and lose a game. We need to stay together and get better."
On If They Let Their Foot Off The Gas Pedal:
"We didn't finish game, you can call it whatever you want to. We have to get stops when we need them, rebounds when we need them and stick together as a team and play hard. That's the main goal. We're not going to talk about the playoffs or whatever it is. We need to finish games, that's what playoff teams do. Memphis who is a playoff team, play hard, came back and won."
- No interesting notes to add tonight.
- If you think you can still get up for another game after the 49ers loss and then this loss, get ready to host the Trail Blazers on Wed as our homestand continues.
|Wed||Jan 25||7:30pm||Trail Blazers||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Fri||Jan 27||7:30pm||Thunder||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Tue||Jan 31||7:30pm||Kings||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Thu||Feb 02||7:30pm||Jazz||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Sat||Feb 04||7:00pm||@Kings||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
Yesterday, the 49ers. Today, the Warriors. Tomorrow, the sun will explode. You know what to do.
Stephen Curry (42 votes)
Monta Ellis (43 votes)
Dorell Wright (3 votes)
David Lee (11 votes)
Andris Biedrins (14 votes)
Brandon Rush (11 votes)
Ekpe Udoh (10 votes)
Klay Thompson (38 votes)
Dominic McGuire (8 votes)
Nate Robinson (21 votes)
Hahahahahahahaha... sigh. (307 votes)
Next game please (129 votes)
637 total votes