Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Recap: Warriors crushed by Point God, Chris Paul
Game thread: Warriors at Clippers GameThread: Time for battle. (1220+ comments)
Preview: Preview: Warriors at Clippers, Pacific Division titans, do battle once more.
Clippers: Clips Nation
Recap: Clippers unleash on Warriors, 115-89
Postgame: Clippers make a statement, 115-89 -- celebration thread
Game thread 2: Clippers-Warriors Second Half Open Thread
Game thread 1: Clippers-Warriors open thread
Preview: Clippers-Warriors preview: Avenging a bad loss
Associated Press: Clippers get club-record 12th straight home win | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Clippers get 12th straight home win
Marcus Thompson II: Golden State Warriors routed by Los Angeles Clippers
Jimmy Spencer: Instant Replay: Clippers 115, Warriors 89
Rusty Simmons: Warriors fall to Clippers
Adam Lauridsen: Payback (Warriors 89, Clippers 115)
Thu, Jan 3
- KNBR, 95.7 FM Audio
9:25 min: 95.7 FM: Adrian Wojnorowski on The Rise Guys
10:28 min: 95.7 FM: J.A. Adande on The Rise Guys
14:04 min: KNBR: Larry Riley with Gary and Larry
11:31 min: 95.7 FM: Chris Sheridan on The Wheelhouse
16:02 min: KNBR: Marc Spears with Fitz and Brooks
10:16 min: 95.7 FM: David Lee on The Drive
12:42 min: KNBR: Mark Jackson with Ray Woodson and Ray Ratto
Podcast (1/3/13) - Roundtable ft. Andris Biedrins, Mark Jackson, Brian Sieman & More by Warriors
This week's Warriors Weekly Roundtable.
- NBATV Gametime talks about the Warriors changes.
23.3 MB: Warriors Talk
Fri, Jan 4
- But at least the MCL looks healed.
Ric Bucher: Brandon Rush's knee surgery delayed
- warriors.com has a blog entry on the team's commitment to clean up the glass.
warriors.com Defense, Rebounding and Winning
- MT2 wonders if Kent Bazemore will get his contract guaranteed for the season.
Marcus Thompson II: Warriors PG Jarrett Jack Misses Practice; What is Kent Bazemore’s Fate?
- This David Lee has a much better sense of confidence than before.
Marcus Thompson II: Golden State Warriors: New David Lee, even better than old David Lee
- Transcript of Sam Amick interviewing Joe Lacob.
Sam Amick: Golden State's start even surprises owner: NBA A to Z
- The results of what Mark Jackson has done so far speaks volumes.
Rusty Simmons: Coach Mark Jackson's Warriors turnaround
- KNBR, 95.7 FM Audio
9:30 min: KNBR: Drayond Green with Ray Woodson and Ray Ratto
- As teams try harder to stop Curry, he'll need to rely more on his ball handling skills to avoid being shut down by the defense.
Marcus Thompson II: Warriors PG Stephen Curry Will Have to Pull Out the Handles vs. Clippers Tonight
- Previews of the game.
Jimmy Spencer: Warriors hope third time is a charm, too
- No pregame videos.
- No postgame news.
On tonight's game:
"One loss can turn into two losses which can turn into three losses. At the end of the day we didn’t play well, they were a step faster and they were the more aggressive team. They played with the edge tonight and we are just going to throw this one out and build off of it."
On team's defensive effort:
"They got over 30 points in three different quarters and that is not our brand of defense and that is not our style of play."
On losing after beating the Clippers on Wednesday:
"We knew that Wednesday was fresh on their mind. We knew they were going to come out and go after us and we did not respond tonight. We don’t accept it, but we will own it. They were the better team tonight, clearly."
On tonight's loss:
"The Clippers were the better team tonight and they out played us in every facet of the game. Their starters and their bench out played us thoroughly and it wasn’t due to a lack of preparation. It was just one of those nights where they out played us. My whole message to our team was let’s not be front runners, let’s not be the guys that are jumping around when we are winning and then when we are losing pointing the fingers at each other. Everyone understands that from the coaching staff to the players and we are going to be back next game against a tough Memphis team ready to roll."
On losing by a large margin:
"NBA players realize that out of an 82-game season there is going to be nights like this and there are going to be nights where you can’t miss and there is going to be nights where you win by 30. There is going to be nights where guys are banking in 3s from the top of the key and out playing you on every possession. The last game we felt like this was against Denver, but other than that, we have been in every single game. But give the Clippers credit, they were on their 4th game in 5 nights and they came out and out played us from the jump and they were the better team tonight. We will be back next game ready to go."
On shooting a low percentage in the first quarter:
"We had a difficult time as far as knocking down shots which definitely is not the norm for us. We dug ourselves a hole early. I thought we were going to be able to dig ourselves out there for a second, but they are a resilient bunch and they withstood our run and we just have to try to put this one behind us."
On turnovers tonight:
"Our turnovers tonight allowed them to extend their lead and it made a deeper hole to get ourselves out of."
- Note: We sucked.
- The light schedule continues as we get ANOTHER 3 days off before we host a tough Grizzlies team on Wed. That's a long time to sit on this loss, and it'll be another good test of the Warriors mental grit and resiliency.
|Wed||Jan 9||7:30 PM||Grizzlies||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Fri||Jan 11||7:30 PM||Trail Blazers||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Sun||Jan 13||5:00 PM||@Nuggets||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Wed||Jan 16||7:30 PM||Heat||CSNBayHD ESPN||KNBR 680|
|Fri||Jan 18||5:30 PM||@Spurs||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
Full broadcast schedule at warriors.com/schedule.
- After the game, Hitler gave his thoughts on the Warriors effort and performance tonight.