Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Recap: Recap #18: OKC Thunder 120, Golden State Warriors 109 - A Great Team Getting Better vs A Bad Team Going Nowhere?
Game thread: Game Thread & Preview: OKC Thunder At Golden State Warriors - Somebody Has To Rebound (1030+ comments)
Thunder: Welcome to Loud City
Recap: Oklahoma City Thunder 120, Golden State Warriors 109: 2011-2012 Game 19 Recap; Force of Nature
Game thread: Game Thread #19: Oklahoma City Thunder vs Golden State Warriors
Preview: Oklahoma City Thunder at Golden State Warriors: 2011-2012 Game 19 Preview; Identity Crisis
Associated Press: Thunder top Warriors 120-109 to start road trip | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Durant powers Thunder over Warriors
Matt Steinmetz: Warriors fade late, fall to Thunder 120-109
Marcus Thompson II: Golden State Warriors lose to Oklahoma City Thunder 120-109
Rusty Simmons: Durant scores 15 in 4th as Thunder beat Warriors
- Do the Thunder have any players we could pick up?
Rusty Simmons: Warriors might be able to use Thunder's leftovers
Thu Jan 26 - Mark Jackson at practice.
Thu Jan 26 - Ekpe Udoh at practice.
Thu Jan 26 - Matt Steinmetz quick summary of Ekpe Udoh.
Fri Jan 27 - Mark Jackson at shootaround.
Fri Jan 27 - Monta Ellis at shootaround.
- Jim Barnett talks about the Warriors offense.
11:51 min: Jim Barnett with Ralph and Tom on KNBR, Fri Jan 27, 2012
Video link: NBATV interviews Nate Robinson before the game
- No postgame news found.
Mark Jackson at the podium.
Brandon Rush in the locker room.
Klay Thompson in the locker room.
Jeremy Tyler in the locker room.
CSN highlights, recap.
Highlights by gumbywithpokey.
Postgame Quotes and Stuff from warriors.com recap
0:14 min: Dorell Wright Postgame - 1/27
4:14 min: Stephen Curry Postgame - 1/27
1:29 min: Monta Ellis Postgame - 1/27
1:14 min: Klay Thompson Postgame - 1/27
1:25 min: Jeremy Tyler Postgame - 1/27
On The Oklahoma City Thunder:
"They have two great players and another that can take over a basketball game. We went in saying we couldn't have those three guys have big nights - they did. And Serge Ibaka did what we've been asking our big guys to do. That being said, a little over five minutes to go it's a ballgame they scored 28 points in the last five and half minutes basically. They have a different motor, they are a different animal and we have to learn to do that. We don't have the luxury to be able to turn it on when we want it. It's a good lesson."
On The Oklahoma City Thunder Style Of Play:
"That's the way they play, that's the way they practice and that's the way they get after it. They are a very good basketball team, best record in the league - give them credit. This was a winnable game for us. We made mistakes, they pounded us on the boards, we turned the basketball over 20 times, they got 19 offensive rebounds and they scored 35 points in the fourth quarter with 58 points in the paint. We didn't do it today."
On Matching The Thunder's Intensity:
"They executed the offense better. I think we fought hard the whole game. We just had a lapse in couple of possessions, they got an and one, I think a transition bucket and forced a turnover. I think our effort was there but we just let the game slip away in a crucial moment. They scored too many points down the stretch. We just have to match the energy for all 48 minutes. We just didn't finish out the game."
On Coach's Message To The Team:
"Just keep fighting. He did mention on just matching the energy for all 48 minutes and coming up in big moments during the game. We just have to keep fighting and keep pursuing every possession and not lose faith. He still believes and we still believe. We just have to get on a nice little winning streak."
On Defensive Assignments:
"It was tough but that's the NBA. That's what we expected. They have some of the best scorers in the world. We just have to fight. We didn't do enough of that. I kind of think we laid down a little bit but we're going to be working on that. We stayed in front of them but they just hit tough shots. That's what they do. We're going to keep working on the defensive end because that's what wins games."
- No interesting notes to add tonight.
- Despite a compressed schedule, we get 3 consecutive days off until Tuesday when Keith Smart and the Kings drop by. Have a good weekend!
- Just so you know, we face the Thunder again here at home in 10 days, on Feb 07. Think we'll play better in 10 days?
|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|
|Tue||Feb 07||7:30pm||Thunder||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Thu||Feb 09||6:00pm||@Nuggets||CSNBayHD||KTCT 1050|
Once again, we can't execute our plays properly. Haven't we see this before?
Stephen Curry (31 votes)
Monta Ellis (24 votes)
Dorell Wright (31 votes)
David Lee (16 votes)
Andris Biedrins (19 votes)
Brandon Rush (4 votes)
Ekpe Udoh (5 votes)
Klay Thompson (104 votes)
Jeremy Tyler (36 votes)
Nate Robinson (9 votes)
Dominic McGuire (1 vote)
Hmm, we've seen this loss before. (73 votes)
Next game please (56 votes)
409 total votes