Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Recap: Warriors final score: Kings defeat Golden State, 94-92 - Sleep Train Arena falls apart, Warriors lay enough bricks to rebuild it
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Preview: Warriors at Kings preview: On The Road Again (just as sure as you're born)
Associated Press: Kings hold off Warriors 94-92 for first win | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Cousins, Kings hold off Warriors in home opener
Marcus Thompson II: Golden State Warriors' rally falls short in 94-92 loss to Sacramento Kings
Rusty Simmons: Game 4: Sacramento 94, Warriors 92
Matt Steinmetz: Steinmetz's Instant Replay: Kings hold off Warriors
- Replacing Brandon Rush this season has its challenges.
Matt Steinmetz: Can Warriors replace Rush? Should they?
- It's only been 3 games, but we can already count on Landry's contributions.
Marcus Thompson II: Golden State Warriors getting toughness, scoring from Carl Landry
- Previews of the game.
Matt Steinmetz: Warriors at Kings: What to watch for
Marcus Thompson II: What To Watch For (Game 4): Warriors’ Offense Will Be Tested
- NBA flopping warnings are for real. Both of these flops happened on Friday. Looks like it takes a few days for the warnings to come out. You can check the official flop updates at NBA FLOPPING UPDATES. And yes, these warnings/fines/etc are PUBLIC, so it isn't just hidden fines behind the scenes.
JJ Barea's flop that got him a warning.
Donald Sloan's flop that got him a warning.
My reaction to these flop warnings.
Interview bits before the game.
- No postgame news.
Mark Jackson in the hallway.
CSN highlights, recap.
Postgame Quotes and Stuff from warriors.com recap
On tonight’s game:
“They had great looks. They executed and just made shoots. Like I told my guys, you don’t win or lose the game on those last shot attempts. One defensive rebound. One less turnover. One well-executed offensive trip. One extra-effort play where they don’t get a wide open layup in transition. That’s the difference between winning and losing a ball game, not the last play.”
On the difference in tonight’s game:
They out-worked us early. That’s what it boiled down to. They were the hardest working team on the floor for most of the ball game. The good thing is that we realized when we put forth the effort, that we execute and we can climb back into the ball game. So imagine if we put together 48 minutes of that. That being said, give them credit and we’ll learn from some of the mistakes tonight.”
On Stephen Curry:
“I was very happy with his looks and even more so pleased that he did the other things. He rebounded the basketball. He ran the team. So the shots I’m not worried about. They’ll fall.”
On Klay Thompson's last play:
“That’s what we wanted. We wanted the ball in Klay’s hand. He had a good look at it and just missed it. Nine times out of 10 we think he can make that shot for us.”
On being on the court:
“I felt ok. I’m out there so it is what it is. I’m just trying to get through these next three to four weeks relatively saying.”
On the difference tonight compared to previous games:
“They’re in their home opener and quite frankly the way Sacramento beats you is by out playing you intensity wise. I don’t know what the rebounds were tonight but they did a good job on the boards. First half they were beating us by eight. That’s what we did to the Clippers last night, we took the fight to them and instead tonight the Kings did a better job and got the win.”
(before the game)
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- No interesting notes tonight.
- The Cavaliers just beat the Clippers in LA. That should make them feel good and less hungry, so we SHOULD beat them... right? Right???
|Wed||Nov 7||7:30 PM||Cavaliers||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Fri||Nov 9||7:30 PM||@Lakers||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Sat||Nov 10||7:30 PM||Nuggets||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Wed||Nov 14||7:30 PM||Hawks||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Fri||Nov 16||5:00 PM||@Timberwolves||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
Full broadcast schedule at warriors.com/schedule.