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Associated Press: Iguodala, Warriors easily hand 76ers 1st loss | Photo Gallery
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Marcus Thompson II: Andre Iguodala, Warriors Cool Off Hot Philadelphia 110-90
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Rusty Simmons: Game 4: Warriors 110, Philadelphia 90
Monte Poole: Instant Replay: Iguodala returns to Philly, torches 76ers in W's win
Monte Poole: Monday's win in Philly highlights Warriors' depth, versatility
Chris L: A Tale of Two Cities (Warriors 98—Washington Generals 65)
- Leftover recap of the last game.
Marcus Thompson II: Game 3 Rewind: Warriors Easily Handle Sacramento Kings
- The recent turnovers have been ugly. We know that. Mark Jackson knows that. Stephen Curry knows that.
Monte Poole: Jackson not overlooking Curry's turnover problems
- Notes from shootaround.
Marcus Thompson II: Warriors’ Harrison Barnes Out Tonight, Could Play Wednesday
Rusty Simmons: GSW at PHI shootaround: Iguodala returns to Philly, O’Neal returns to active list, Barnes could return to practice
- Previews of the game.
Chris L: W’s—Sixers: Game-Day Notes
- No postgame news.
Kind of a good game from start to finish. Can you talk about how you guys picked it up in the first quarter and never let go?
"We understood coming in, and we have respect for Philly and the way they started the season, it was important for us to match their effort. We got it going offensively, we defended and I thought we made a statement early, but that’s a well-coached team that works extremely hard."
Was the offense really just a result of hard work, finding your shots, finding the right shots early in that first half?
"It’s just unselfish basketball. We’re an up-tempo basketball team. Offensively, we have a bunch of playmakers and guys that can make shots, and fortunately, tonight we knocked them down."
During your career you’ve played against former teams, can you talk about the mindset of the player playing against his former team?
"It’s no secret you want to kill them. You want to say all the right things beforehand just in case it doesn’t work out, but the mindset is to make a statement. He’s [Andre Iguodala] a heck of a basketball player. We’re fortunate to have him. Things he does on the floor, tonight you can look at the stat sheet and it’ll jump out, but there’s a lot of nights where it doesn’t reflect all of the things he does for our basketball team."
First half, just talk about the way you guys had the offense going and what was the key there?
"Everybody was playing unselfish. I think every shot we took was pretty much a good shot and in rhythm. We moved the basketball from side to side and everybody was aggressive. But I think when you start off playing defense the way we did, it makes the other end that much easier because you get a lot in transition and get a lot of easy baskets."
Is it good to see a team gel like that that quickly in the game?
"Yeah, especially on the first game of a road trip against a team that’s 3-0, the way they’ve played recently we knew it was going to be a tough task. So for us to come in and start off well, for us to get that done and to play pretty consistent for 48 minutes is a great performance."
What does it mean to have this kind of night against Philly?
"I don’t think of it as much as us going against Philly, the ball just went in the hole tonight. We have a really great group and our offense flows really well. We share the ball. We have two of the best shooters in the league of all time, and it gives us really good spacing. Tonight I just got open because of those two guys and was able to knock down some shots."
The Next Day
- Interesting tweets.
(During the day)
gswscribe: Warriors had a light practice but Barnes did some drills and 3-on-3. Jackson wouldn't say if he is playing Wed
gswscribe: Harrison Barnes still isn't talking. Will wait until he plays though he is officially not injured once he is able to practice
jaypeeaye23: @gswscribe does it concern you, or should it concern Ws fans that he is not speaking about the injury?
gswscribe: I don't think so. RT @jaypeeaye23: does it concern you, or should it concern Ws fans that he is not speaking about the injury?
gswscribe: @jaypeeaye23 but who knows. Just people keep asking me about him. Making it clear the lack of info is by design, and not my design
- MT2's in-depth recap of yesterday's game.
Marcus Thompson II: Game 4 Rewind: Andre Iguodala Shows Up His Former Team
- The void left by Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry hasn't been filled yet.
Monte Poole: Jackson calls out Warriors' bench players
- Over the next 3 games, the Warriors will face the power forwards Kevin Love, Tim Duncan, and Zach Randolph. Rusty and MT2 look at how these power forwards compare with David Lee. Also, there are some practice notes at the end of the articles.
Rusty Simmons: Lee ranks among elite power forwards | (Mobile)
Marcus Thompson II: Golden State Warriors' David Lee facing tough matchups at power forwards | (Mobile)
- si.com interview with David Lee talks about his return from injury, basketball strategies with our roster, and video games. Thanks, Duby Dub Dubs!
Rob Mahoney: Part player, part gamer: Warriors’ David Lee on video games, hoops and more
- More from si.com, this time about David Lee's defense, how he tries to improve on it, and how the team works with it. Thanks again, Duby Dub Dubs!
Rob Mahoney: The Fundamentals: David Lee returns to Warriors team that grew in his absence
- The 2011 CBA has business rules that are supposed to help balance out the talent in the NBA. But is it really working? Mark Deeks looks at the Brooklyn Nets and the Indiana Pacers as examples.
Mark Deeks: The Truth About “Parity” in the NBA
- It's too bad the TWolves lost tonight, because that could have been another bubble of joy for us to burst.
|Wed||Nov 6||5:00 PM||@Timberwolves||CSN Bay Area||KNBR 680 AM|
|Fri||Nov 8||5:30 PM||@Spurs||CSN Bay Area||KNBR 680 AM|
|Sat||Nov 9||5:00 PM||@Grizzlies||CSN Bay Area||KNBR 680 AM|
|Tue||Nov 12||7:30 PM||Pistons||CSN Bay Area||KNBR 680 AM|
|Thu||Nov 14||7:30 PM||Thunder||TNT||KNBR 680 AM|
Full broadcast schedule at warriors.com/schedule.