Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Recap: Bogut blocks away Mavs comeback
Game thread: Gamethread: Warriors at Mavericks (2130+ comments)
Preview: Golden State Warriors vs. Dallas Mavericks preview: Andrew Bogut makes his 2013 Oracle Arena debut
Q&A: Golden State Warriors vs. Dallas Mavs Q&A: Why there's so much pessimism surrounding the Mavs
Mavericks: Mavs Moneyball
Recap: The Mavericks find another way to lose a close game, fall 100-97 to the Warriors
Game thread: GAME THREAD: Dallas Mavericks at Golden State Warriors
Preview: Golden State Warriors preview: How legit are they?
Associated Press: Lee, Thompson help Warriors beat Mavericks 100-97 | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Warriors, Jack hand Mavs second straight loss
Rusty Simmons: Bogut's defense helps lift Warriors
Marcus Thompson II: Golden State Warriors hold off Dallas Mavericks
Kyle Bonagura: Instant Replay: Warriors 100, Mavericks 97
Wed, Jan 30
- Klay Thompson and Harrison Barnes were selected for the Rising Stars challenge. Shaq and Charles will build their teams next Thurs, Feb 7.
Rusty Simmons: Thompson, Barnes selected for Rising Stars Challenge
CSN Bay Area Staff: Thompson, Barnes selected to play in Rising Stars Challenge
- The Warriors aren't likely to make a trade, so the return of Andrew Bogut is the closest roster "change" we'll get.
Marcus Thompson II: Andrew Bogut likely standing alone as Golden State's sole reinforcement
- The return of Andrew Bogut has people talking about how far the Warriors can go with him.
Rusty Simmons: Bogut thought to boost Warriors' chances
Podcast (1/30/13) - Roundtable ft. Andrew Bogut, Jeremy Tyler, Chris Mannix, David Kelly & More by Warriors
This week's Warriors Weekly Roundtable.
- Rusty surveyed a bunch of media people (including one of us!) about the Warriors.
Rusty Simmons: Bay Area media tabs Stephen Curry as Warriors MVP, picks Mark Jackson as NBA Coach of the Year
- Andrew Bogut stuff from morning shootaround.
Rusty Simmons: Andrew Bogut says he doesn’t "deserve a crazy ovation" in return at Oracle Arena
- Previews of the game.
Kyle Bonagura: Warriors: Bogut ready to contribute without risking further injury
- No postgame news.
- More locker room interviews.
9.8 MB: Klay Thompson in the locker room.
16.6 MB: Andrew Bogut in the locker room. (Same as the CSN video above.)
7.6 MB: Jarrett Jack in the locker room.
- Recap and highlights from nba.com's game page:
Barnes to the Hole
Barnes on the Attack
Pretty Pass (Assist of the Night)
Bogut's Big Block
Thompson's Four-Point Play
Lee to Landry
Landry Stuffs Carter
Jefferson on the Reverse
Mavericks vs Warriors: First Half
Mavericks vs Warriors
Nightly Notable: Klay Thompson
On tonight's game:
"They relied a lot on their zone defense, disrupting us a little bit. At the end of the day, that is a game we lose last year. We made the plays we had to make. We got stops – obviously we have to close out games much better, but defensively we made the plays. Bogut (Andrew Bogut) had some big time blocked shots and D Lee (David Lee) and the rest of the guys we’re gang rebounding and making multiple effort plays. We will get better, but that is a game we lose last year."
On Andrew Bogut's minutes:
"It’s all on feel. I try to keep him loose and try not to give him long stints on the bench. It’s tough, but I just want him to be honest as player about how he is feeling. Other than that, it’s just a feel or a flow ... I don’t save anything, but I will be conscious that he is coming off an injury and rehab. Even with a great roll, I’m not going to ride him with extended minutes – I’m going to be smart. Obviously, there are going to be times where he is going to want to stay in and there will be times where I want him to stay in there, but we have to be smart with understanding where we are going and where we are at ... We are 12 games over .500 and he (Andrew Bogut) is just coming back. We are not going to panic and we are not going to rush him. We are fine. We have capable guys that can go and fulfill roles."
On Klay Thompson:
"I think he’s been great all year long – with (Stephen) Curry on the floor or not. He’s a knockdown shooter, as good as it gets. He’s got great size, defends his tail off and he understands that we need him to score more without Steph (Stephen Curry) on the floor. Lately, he’s been spectacular."
On closing the game:
"We made key shots. We made a layup and some free throws but in the end we just stuck together, played some defense and helped each other out. Even at the end when we were up by a three-point basket we played collectively tonight."
On winning without Stephen Curry:
"We played great as a team. It wasn’t an individual effort; we’ve got a real deep team this year and have a lot of guys who could start on this team."
On the final defensive sequence:
"O.J. Mayo was the guy, either him or Vince (Carter), so I saw O.J. turn the corner and split the elbow so I split my man. I saw Mayo in the corner, (David) Lee rotated out and I hustled back."
On if he fears fouls:
"Not right now. I think you have to pick and choose what you do when you get four or five fouls in the fourth quarter."
On if he plays mean:
"You have to get after it professionally. During games I don’t mind getting into it. Defense is where I’m most valuable to this team. I’m looking forward to scoring more here, but that not might be my role. I don’t mind that, some games I’ll get more touches than other but right now I’m most interested in doing what’s best for the team."
On if there is any benefit on winning on a defensive stop:
"Without question. We just had to let them know we don’t have to be so dependent on offense, and I think we’ve kind of grown and become confident in that area. We allowed our defense to make plays and help our offense."
- No interesting notes tonight.
- Can we beat the crappy Suns without requiring a last second block?
|Sat||Feb 2||7:30 PM||Suns||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Tue||Feb 5||5:00 PM||@Rockets||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Wed||Feb 6||5:00 PM||@Thunder||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Fri||Feb 8||5:00 PM||@Grizzlies||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Sat||Feb 9||5:30 PM||@Mavericks||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
Full broadcast schedule at warriors.com/schedule.
Ugh, that was total a drain of energy. Vote it, and forget it.
Jarrett Jack (2 votes)
Klay Thompson (33 votes)
Harrison Barnes (4 votes)
David Lee (27 votes)
Andrew Bogut (52 votes)
Carl Landry (0 votes)
Draymond Green (0 votes)
Richard Jefferson (2 votes)
Andris Biedrins (0 votes)
Kent Bazemore (4 votes)
Charles Jenkins (0 votes)
We do not know how to close qtrs. (9 votes)
That was one ugly, forgetful game. (3 votes)
We should have won that game by 50. (7 votes)
Bogut to BWright - You shall not pass! (55 votes)
Team win (16 votes)
214 total votes