Warriors Game Day Links #44: Golden State Warriors 101 @ New Orleans Hornets 92 - Warriors could not spell T A N K

Mar 21, 2012; New Orleans, LA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Nate Robinson (2) controls the ball as he is defended by New Orleans Hornets guard Jarrett Jack (2) during the first quarter at the New Orleans Arena. Mandatory Credit: Crystal Logiudice-US PRESSWIRE

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Warriors: Golden State of Mind
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Game thread: Game Thread #44: Golden State Warriors @ New Orleans Hornets - The Warriors Word of the Day has 4 letters: _ _ _ _ (680+ comments)

Hornets: At The Hive
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Game thread: Game 46: Hornets vs. Warriors


Associated Press: Warriors beat Hornets 101-92 to end slide at 4 | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Thompson leads Warriors over Hornets
Marcus Thompson II: Klay Thompson scores career-high 27 points as Golden State Warriors beat New Orleans Hornets 101-90
Matt Steinmetz: Thompson, Lee lead Warriors over Hornets 101-92

Pregame News

- David Lee is driven to protect his reputation of always playing hard.
Marcus Thompson II: David Lee Refuses to Sit Out Despite Another Lost Season

- Portland beat us to J.J. Hickson.
Marcus Thompson II: Warriors Miss Out on PF J.J. Hickson, Who Portland Claimed Off Waivers

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

Pregame Videos

- No pregame videos found.

Postgame News

- No postgame news found.

Postgame Videos

Jim Barnett interviews Brandon Rush right after the game.

Mark Jackson in the hallway.

CSN highlights, recap.

Highlights by gumbywithpokey.

Recap and highlights from nba.com's game page:
Warriors vs. Hornets: First half
Breaking And-one
Thompson Dishes, Lee Dunks
Warriors vs. Hornets

Postgame Quotes and Stuff from warriors.com recap

Photo Gallery

Warriors at Hornets Postgame Interviews (3/21/12) by GoldenStateWarriors
Mark Jackson
On Tonight's Game:
"It was just a great job of responding. We came on the road and we took care of the basketball, we shared the basketball, and we were disciplined defensively after a tough first half where they dominated in the paint early. We got great effort from guys all across the board. Our young guys in Jeremy Tyler and Charles Jenkins did a great job of giving quality minutes and this is a big win for us."

On What The Team Is Building This Season:
"Toughness. Anybody can high five and hug, and say the right things, and keep unity within the locker room when you're rolling as a team. The true test of a team is when you face adversity and when you're under-manned and going through tough times. Do you begin to point the finger or do you grow? And clearly, this is a team that is growing. I'm proud of them. There have been some bumps in the road, but I'm proud of them."

On Klay Thompson:
"He's a heck of a player, and he's going to be that for a long time. We love and respect Monta Ellis. Part of the reason that made the trade easier is because we had a guy behind him who was ready to play and perform. He's (Thompson) a special shooter, and he's a guy that competes and defends. He has learned to put the ball on the floor and make plays. He's unselfish, which is indicated by his career-high tying assists level tonight. He's just going to be a heck of a player, and he's getting better."
Richard Jefferson
On Tonight's Game:
"We were shooting the ball well and we shared it. It was good. I'm still trying to figure out my way through this offense. The only shots I got are my patented corner threes, and fortunately they fell for me in the fourth quarter to help open things up."
David Lee
On Klay Thompson:
"I think he's doing a great job. He's continuing to take good shots, which is most important, and he's getting better at finding guys when he's getting double teamed. He did an unbelievable job tonight. His ability to shoot the ball makes him special. He's one of the best spot up shooters and catch and shoot shooters in the league right now. Add the feel for the game that he has, and that makes him very difficult to guard."

On Tonight's Game:
"We shot the ball well from beyond the three. I thought we did a pretty good job of switching up between man and zone tonight to keep them a little off balance. We were able to make a couple of runs there in the fourth quarter to pull away. I thought it was a hard fought game and we were just happy to get a road win. We needed a win. I don't care who it was against, at home or on the road, we needed to get a win. This team fought hard for it tonight and we got it."

Interesting Tweets

(on the plane ride to New Orleans)
KCsFinest4: Plane got a lil bumpy n @nate_robinson starting screaming like a girl


- No interesting notes to add tonight.

What's next?

- We pop over to Houston (25-22) to try to tank again tomorrow night. The Rockets didn't play tonight. I hope fatigue is a factor.

Day Date Time Opponent TV Radio
Thu Mar 22 5:00pm @Rockets CSNBayHD KTCT 1050
Sat Mar 24 7:30pm Kings CSNBayHD KNBR 680
Sun Mar 25 6:00pm @Trail Blazers CSNBayHD KNBR 680
Tue Mar 27 7:30pm Lakers CSNBayHD KNBR 680
Wed Mar 28 7:30pm Hornets CSNBayHD KNBR 680
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