Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Game thread: Game Thread #17: Portland Trail Blazers at Golden State Warriors - How will the Warriors respond? (810+ comments)
Trail Blazers: Blazersedge
Recap: Game 19 Recap: Portland Trail Blazers 93, Golden State Warriors 101
Postgame: FINAL: Golden State Warriors 101, Portland Trail Blazers 93
Game thread: Gameday Open Thread: Blazers vs. Warriors
Associated Press: Curry has 32 points, Warriors top Blazers 101-93 | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Curry lifts Warriors over Blazers
Matt Steinmetz: Curry's 32 helps W's back on track, past Blazers
Marcus Thompson II: Golden State Warriors get past Portland Trail Blazers
Rusty Simmons: Lee outplays Aldridge as Warriors top Blazers
Adam Lauridsen: Corrections (Warriors 101, Blazers 93)
- A new TV deal with Comcast SportsNet boosts the overall value of the Warriors.
Rusty Simmons: NBA deal lifts value of Warriors franchise by 24%
CSN's story on the Warriors collapse against the Grizzlies.
Stephen Curry and Mark Jackson at shootaround.
More Mark Jackson and Stephen Curry at shootaround.
- No postgame news found.
Mark Jackson at the podium.
Stephen Curry in the locker room.
Dorell Wright in the locker room.
David Lee in the locker room.
CSN highlights, recap.
Highlights by gumbywithpokey.
Postgame Quotes and Stuff from warriors.com recap
2:00 min: Tim Roye interviews Brandon Rush right after the game
1:02 min: Tim Roye's Game Recap - 1/25
4:52 min: Mark Jackson Postgame - 1/25
2:56 min: Stephen Curry Postgame - 1/25
4:16 min: David Lee Postgame - 1/25
1:06 min: Ekpe Udoh Postgame - 1/25
On Tonight's Game:
"I think that's just what the doctor ordered. No sense in us running away with a win we need to learn how to win close games, we need to learn how to close people out defensively and offensively. We made mistakes, but when you put forth the energy and effort good things happen. We did a great job closing out against a very good basketball team."
On Monta Ellis Defering More:
"Monta (Ellis) did a great job of getting in the seams understanding he didn't have it offensively, meaning scoring, and the great players figure out how to impact a game even though they are not able to do what they do best. For him to have 12 assists he did an outstanding job of finding shooters and finding players in rhythm and we took advantage of the hot hand. Stephen (Curry) got it going and Monta (Ellis) was more than willing to make plays."
On Closing Out The 4th Quarter:
"We defended, we rebounded, we took care of the basketball, 33 assists and 11 turnovers, and we put ourselves in position to win the ballgame. You have to take care of the basketball and not gift transition points by turning it over and allowing teams to climb back in with layups and open three's off of your turnovers- they hurt."
On Stephen Curry:
"Tonight he took what the defense gave him. He picked them apart in pick and roll situations, when they didn't play him he came off as a scorer, when they doubled him he put David (Lee) in position to make shots and trust that David (Lee) would make the right decisions so others would get involved. He ran the point guard position - while scoring 32 points. He got what he wanted and took control of this game and took over offensively and also trusted the system."
On The Second To Last Possession:
"That's what good winning teams do in the fourth quarter, they make the easy play, everyone is involved and moving like that the whole game you just don't do anything differently. We had a shaky start but we kept our composure and guys made plays down the stretch."
On Monta Ellis Setting Everyone Up:
"You could tell as of late that teams are keying in on him especially when he has the ball, waiting for the pick and roll. They were loading the defense to his side. He still did a great job of attacking and making plays on the weak side where we had shooters spacing. That's what leaders do."
On Being Able To Clost Out Games:
"It felt good. We weren't stressing about it at all, we just knew that we had an extreme lapse of play last game. It wasn't like it was something that was burdened us the last two days. We know when we have the opportunity that we are capable of closing out games."
On Whether It Was Opposite Day From Monday:
"We didn't play well last game. We just wanted to come out and protect the ball and go out there and play hard. Results show that we played hard for a whole 48 minutes and it wasn't 43 minutes. Everybody came in and contributed. The guys came off the bench and played major minutes, B-Rush (Brandon Rush), Ekpe (Udoh) and Nate (Robinson) all those guys really contributed. The starters came back in and closed the game out. It was a good win."
On Is It A Relief On Winning Today:
"No relief. We don't want to let up. We want to continue to get wins and put a little streak together. We have a good Oklahoma City team coming in here next; we just have to play those guys like we did tonight. A complete game, share the ball and come out with a win."
(after the game)
MSteinmetzCSN: Blazers exec postgame: "We lost tonight because Udoh was able to defend Aldridge 1-on-1 and they didn't have to double."
EkpeUdoh: Great team win tonight. S/O to the fans for the crazy support we get!! Oh and have a nice evening!!!
KCsFinest4 (B. Rush): Need that fastrak ASAP. Been sitting at the toll thing for 10 mins
timkawakami: Rhetorical question: To all the David Lee fans who hound me every time he scores over 20... Do you watch defense? I mean... ever?
Dlee042: @timkawakami Thanks for the continued motivation buddy!
davisfields4: @Dlee042 good for you. Kawakami needs to back off.
Dlee042: @davisfields4 No @timkawakami doesn't need to back off... I respect his opinion like anyone else's. We just gotta win games, period!!
- According to Mark Jackson at the podium, Biedrins tweaked the ankle in the game, but was able to play otherwise.
- Good thing we eeked out a win tonight, because the #1 team at 15-3, the OKC Thunder, roll into town on Friday night. If we can hang in to the end, I'll take it.
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I was so ready for another collapse late in the game. But we hung on, and you get to pick your guy.
Stephen Curry (530 votes)
Monta Ellis (68 votes)
Dorell Wright (0 votes)
David Lee (27 votes)
Andris Biedrins (3 votes)
Brandon Rush (14 votes)
Ekpe Udoh (55 votes)
Nate Robinson (7 votes)
Klay Thompson (5 votes)
Jeremy Tyler (36 votes)
Dominic McGuire (10 votes)
Whew, a win. (62 votes)
817 total votes