Warriors: Golden State of Mind
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Jazz: SLC Dunk
Game thread: Game 21 – February 2, 2012: Utah Jazz @ Golden State Warriors
Associated Press: Curry, Ellis lead Warriors past Jazz 119-101 | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Warriors run over Jazz
Matt Steinmetz: Warriors blow out Jazz behind Monta's 33
Marcus Thompson II: Monta Ellis, Stephen Curry help Golden State Warriors roll past Utah Jazz
Rusty Simmons: Warriors' backcourt resurrects game to defeat Jazz
Adam Lauridsen: Necessary (Warriors 119, Jazz 101)
- Matt Steinmetz opened up the mailbag yesterday and responded to readers' questions.
Matt Steinmetz: W's Mailbag: Forget Monta Ellis for Joakim Noah
- Seventh place was a close as we got to having a Warrior in the upcoming All-Star game.
Rusty Simmons: GS Warriors Monta Ellis finishes seventh in All-Star starter voting
- Matt Steinmetz held his online chat earlier today.
Matt Steinmetz: Matt Steinmetz chat transcript (2.2.12)
- Based on the shootaround interview, Mark Jackson thought Klay Thompson is very versatile.
Matt Steinmetz: Jackson: 'Thompson is a starter in this league'
- Coach Mark Jackson and coach Tyrone Corbin talk about each other.
Rusty Simmons: Coaches Mark Jackson, Tyrone Corbin played smart
Wed Feb 1: Warriors Practice interviews.
Warriors shootaround interviews.
- Larry Riley talks with Ralph and Tom on KNBR earlier today.
17:22 min: Larry Riley on KNBR, Feb 2, 2012
- David Lee on The Drive on 95.7 FM.
9:49 min: David Lee on 95.7, Feb 2, 2012
Mark Jackson before the game.
More Mark Jackson before the game.
- No postgame news found.
Mark Jackson at the podium.
CSN highlights, recap.
Highlights by gumbywithpokey.
Postgame Quotes and Stuff from warriors.com recap
2:07 min: Tim Roye interviews Stephen Curry right after the game
2:06 min: Monta Ellis Postgame - 2/2
3:58 min: David Lee Postgame - 2/2
11:08 min: Mark Jackson Postgame - 2/2
1:30 min: Stephen Curry Postgame - 2/2
On Tonight's Game:
"You can't expect that night in and night out. We really, in the second half, separated ourselves offensively. We executed, we took care of the basketball, we limited their second chance opportunities, and we defended. A thing of beauty - unselfish basketball. You look at David (Lee) struggling early on shooting the basketball, but continued to battle. Couldn't be more satisfied with the effort collectively."
On Stephen Curry & Monta Ellis:
"They are dynamic backcourt that can score and at their best I would put them up against anyone in the game. We know what they are capable of doing and the challenge to them is to not tease us. They are not going to have numbers like this every night, but they battled defensively, took care of the basketball and got quality looks in our sets. And another thing, they were involved defensively going to rebound the basketball. We have to do that collectively and they did a great job of getting in the mix."
On Andris Biedrins:
"Eight (rebounds) in the first quarter was great and he was guarding against a legitimate homerun hitter in Al Jefferson who can flat out score on the block. We told him he's yours just like we told him last time we faced him with Kwame (Brown) and Dre (Andris Biedrins) -we trust those guys to defend them one-on-one. We'll live with him making tough shots and then we'll make the adjustments accordingly. Dre (Andris Biedrins) did a great job of battling, keeping them in front, wasn't worried about fouling, was active diving to the hoop offensively and pursued the basketball in the first quarter, He really gave us great minutes."
On Tonight's Game:
"A good team with a good starting unit has that mentality every night, especially on their home court when they need to win. The last two nights we needed wins but we got them different ways. Tonight the starters did a great job coming out with an aggressive outlook. When the momentum swung our way we took control of the game and finished it out."
On The Third Quarter:
"We had some rhythm. We found some sets that we could really exploit, getting the ball into certain guys hands and D Lee (David Lee) running the pick and rolls. We got some stops and got out into transition where we used our speed. That's where we're at our best. A combination on both ends made us really play well."
On The Whole Team Being Active On Both Ends Of The Court:
"We did that for the whole 48 minutes. The biggest thing was defending and getting out and run. I think we did a nice job of boxing out, getting rebounds, getting out and run and into transition. We were playing Warrior's basketball. Steph (Stephen Curry) did a great job of getting everyone involved, finding the open guy and knocking down open shots."
On Starters Playing Well:
"I think everybody knew what they had to do. We just had to come out with a lot of energy because we knew that they played last night and they would be tired. That's what we did."
(after the game)
MSteinmetzCSN: Shoutout to GSOM for giving @gswscribe, @rusty_sfchron & myself nice T-shirts. As usual, @warriorsworld no factor when it comes to giving.
warriorsworld: @MSteinmetzCSN your far too easily impressed
MSteinmetzCSN: @warriorsworld You obviously didn't see the shirt. It's nice
EkpeUdoh: Great win tonight!!! Thanks for the crazy support. Oh n have a nice evening!!!
- No interesting notes to add tonight.
- The Warriors take their 2 game win streak into the bus and up the freeway to Sacramento to try to turn it into a 3 game win streak.
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