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The Warriors defy the bad economy, the half-hearted reportage , and terrible, terrible basketball...

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The Warriors defy the bad economy, the half-hearted reportage , and terrible, terrible basketball and sellout all the time. Insanely they are the East Bay's toughest ticket.

-- Kibby Kleiman on Slap Hitter: Warriors dismal season ends. Thousands bummed [East Bay Express] Insane? Absolutely.

"That's about the only good thing I've done this year," Nelson said, "and I hope that will continue...

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"That's about the only good thing I've done this year," Nelson said, "and I hope that will continue for (next season). Morale has been good. ... After a tough loss, we come together and have a pretty good practice, and everybody gets along." A few minutes later, Monta Ellis finished shooting and came to the sideline. He must have left his happy face on the floor. In a tense 2 1/2 minutes, he contradicted pretty much everything Nelson and the Warriors had said about him over the last two weeks. The comments might have been the best defense Ellis has ever played.

-- Gwen Knapp drops some great humor in They can't even get their stories straight [SFGate] And TNT thinks they know drama?

It’s still tough to get over that last year we all watched a 48-win NBA team and now we’re watching ...

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It’s still tough to get over that last year we all watched a 48-win NBA team and now we’re watching one that might not win 30. Forget about the circumstances. Those don’t matter anymore. What matters is how you get back to 48 wins, and maybe that's where some pessimism creeps in. Thing is, you can’t just assume that this is a one-year dip. I certainly don’t consider it a given that the Warriors will be a playoff team next year. Do you? Matt Steinmetz on Optimism Being Overrated [Examiner]

His days of playing 40 minutes a game are over. For his body, his hamstring, less minutes are...

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His days of playing 40 minutes a game are over. For his body, his hamstring, less minutes are important for him. We've got to get him consistently playing, so if he feels good tomorrow, we'll see how that goes. He had one of his best years when he was a sixth man. He'll do whatever we need him to do, so it's no problem with him personally.

Golden State Warriors head coach Don Nelson on the team's big $50 million splash this past offseason. Don't blame Corey Maggette- he's saying all the right things and has tried to play through some injuries. It's not his fault the Warriors' front office didn't do their homework and didn't recognize that they were getting a good one-dimensional, injury prone swingman- nothing more, nothing less. You don't break the bank for that kind of player, especially instead of keeping a top PG in Baron Davis. This signing also partially set off a domino money effect causing the completely unnecessary Stephen Jackson extension. [SFGate]
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