Game Links #9: Golden State Warriors 106 @ Minnesota Timberwolves 98 - 2nd, 3rd qtrs = refreshing and awesome. 4th qtr = survived

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Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Recap: Warriors Final Score: Warriors thump Timberwolves, 106-98
Game thread: Golden State Warriors at Minnesota Timberwolves game thread: Links & preview (1390+ comments)
Preview: Golden State Warriors vs Minnesota Timberwolves Preview: Will Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry's Struggles Continue?

Timberwolves: Canis Hoopus
Recap: Game #9: The Road To 78-4, Grounded Battoo--Wolves Fall To The Warriors
Game thread 2: Game #9, Second Half Thread
Game thread 1: Game #9, First Half Thread
Preview: Game #9, Golden Years

Recaps

Associated Press: Warriors dominate paint in 106-98 win over Wolves | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Lee, Warriors upend Timberwolves
Marcus Thompson II: Golden State Warriors beat short-handed Minnesota Timberwolves
Rusty Simmons: Warriors hold off undermanned T'Wolves
Matt Steinmetz: Steinmetz's Instant Replay: Warriors hold off T'Wolves

Pregame News

- Stuff based on the Thurs practice interviews.
Marcus Thompson II: Mark Jackson: Golden State Warriors' backcourt shooting should improve
Steve Kroner: Warriors guards should shake slump

- Mark Jackson was on the Jim Rome Show yesterday.
CSN Bay Area Staff: Jackson: Ellis trade allowing Curry to grow

- Previews of the game.
Matt Steinmetz: What to watch for: Warriors at Timberwolves

Pregame Videos

- KNBR, 95.7 FM Audio
15:11 min: KNBR: Mark Jackson with Tolbert and Ratto
8:58 min: 95.7 FM: David Lee on The Drive

Podcast (11/15/12) - Roundtable ft. Harrison Barnes, Carl Landry, Andris Biedrins & More by Warriors
This weeks Warriors Weekly Roundtable with Tim Roye.


Yesterday, before the Warriors flew to Minnesota, Mark Jackson practice interview.


Yesterday, before the Warriors flew to Minnesota, Stephen Curry practice interview, part 1.


Yesterday, before the Warriors flew to Minnesota, Stephen Curry practice interview, part 2.


Chronicle Live: Yesterday, Jim Kozimor interviews Bob Myers.

Postgame News

- No postgame news.

Postgame Videos


Jim Barnett interviews Harrison Barnes right after the game.


Mark Jackson in the hallway.


David Lee in the locker room.


CSN highlights, recap.


CSN highlights of Harrison Barnes.


Highlights by gumbywithpokey, part 1.


Highlights by gumbywithpokey, part 2.

Recap and highlights from nba.com's game page:
Tough Shot
Nice Pass
Warriors vs. Timberwolves: First half
Warriors vs. Timberwolves
NBATV Game Time interviews Harrison Barnes right after the game

Postgame Quotes and Stuff from warriors.com recap

Photo Gallery

Audio
Warriors at Timberwolves: Postgame Interviews (11/16/12) by Warriors
Mark Jackson
On tonight's win:
"Not a bad way at all (to start a road trip). That is a well-coached, hard-working team that started off the game the way that they wanted to and we were a step slow. To our credit, I thought it was important the way we closed out the 2nd quarter and started the 3rd quarter. That was a big time win for us."

On the rebounding advantage:
"Oh, absolutely (rebounding as key to the game). We talked about it after losing to Denver a couple games ago because they out-rebounded us and they dominated us. We made the adjustments and fortunately the last two games we have been doing a good job of securing the basketball and closing out defensive possessions."

On balanced scoring:
"I like to see guys aggressive and I think that is a result now of guys scoring double figures. They are making plays. We are playing closer to the pace we want to play at. Still, you want to play faster but I think overall, not having a home run hitter, we need balance and different guys... it is going to be different guys. We know Steph Curry is going to have the basketball and be a finisher for us but we need other guys that are willing to lock and load and make plays."

On coming back from an early deficit:
"We made the adjustments, we were a step slow which put us in position to be down 12. We talked about it in the huddle and they came out and made the adjustments. We executed offensively, we defended, and we rebounded. I thought our guys did a very good job of understanding why we were in the hole we were in and then doing something about it."

On Minnesota's Late Run:
"They are a well-coached team and we watched them make runs against other teams so we knew that (they would make a run). I have to give credit to my guys. A guy like Charles Jenkins who has not played as much as he wants to play....and he makes arguably the biggest play of the game on the high pick and roll and gets to the cup and finishes."

On Klay Thompson playing despite illness:
"You have to give him a lot of credit. There was a side of me that didn't even think he was going to play. We were about to send him back to the hotel to get some rest but he gutted it out and gave us everything he had. That is all we are going to ask of everybody so it was a big time effort from him and when he was done, other guys stepped up."
Harrison Barnes
On Tonight's Win:
"This team just kept playing hard. We got down early and made some adjustments in the second half and came out with the win."

On dominating the boards:
"David Lee had a big night rebounding for us and Carl (Landry) got in there for us. Our guards rebounded a lot to give us the opportunity to win."

On winning on the road:
"It's definitely one that feels good that we didn't let the game slip away from us. We can't dwell on this one. We have Oklahoma City next and we have to have a better game."
David Lee
On Tonight's Win:
"It wasn't there on the defensive end of us in the first quarter. They shot a good percentage. They had a lot of mid-range jumpers all night but I think points in the paint were greatly in our favor and that's the way we have to play. We controlled the boards once again but we played a lot better after that first quarter."

On team coming on strong in second half:
I couldn't find my rhythm in the first quarter. Once again I was one for five or one for six. I just try to do what I've been doing and that's to try and attack the glass and that really gets me into the flow of the game. I got a couple put-backs in the second quarter and got myself going. In the second half we played very well in the third, which has been our worst quarter all year long. In the fourth when they made a run coach called my number on that late play and I thought I made a good play there to give us a good bucket on their comeback trail. I think something that went overseen today is Andris (Biedrins). Andris gives us great minutes when he is in and makes a couple big plays for us. Festus (Ezeil) did a great job for us on the boards and then of course Charles (Jenkins) comes in and does a great job at the end."
Notes

- Klay Thompson was taken out of the game because he was sick with flu-like symptoms.

What's next?

- The road trip continues with an excellent test against the Thunder, who aren't as injured as the TWolves were tonight.

Day Date Time Opponent TV Radio
Sun Nov 18 4:00 PM @Thunder CSNBayHD KNBR 680
Mon Nov 19 5:30 PM @Mavericks CSNBayHD KNBR 680
Wed Nov 21 7:30 PM Nets CSNBayHD KNBR 680
Fri Nov 23 6:00 PM @Nuggets CSNBayHD KNBR 680
Sat Nov 24 7:30 PM Timberwolves CSNBayHD KNBR 680

Full broadcast schedule at warriors.com/schedule.

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