I'm still heated from last night and I probably don't have much to add in for analysis and recap. Being at the game and witnessing that atrocity of a "game" makes me wonder why I even do this to myself.
It's one thing if I have injury-plagued team that has front office turmoil and can't keep a great player. I got over that this season.
I'm not one to make excuses. I'm not going to blame anyone.
As I sat in the Roaracle last night, I only heard one thing.
REF U SUCK.
Could you hear that on TV?
Cause I heard it in Section 109. Over and over and over and over again.
This looks like fun.
Available players for the Warriors = 8.
I mean honestly, can you even play a legitamite NBA game with these players?
Yes, there is talent. Possibly (I use that very loosely) even an All Star in that list of players, but come on. A REAL NBA GAME?
Look, I could understand if this were a practice, but we're talking about a GAME..
Not practice. A GAME.
This was a bit scary.
Except I don't want that. I don't want that at all. But I'll get that later.
First, I have to give the man his props. 29 points and 5 assists is very nice for a player coming off an injury. His acrobatic moves and ability to finish strong are still in him. I really REALLY liked what I saw yesterday.
But, I want more. Remember, we signed this guy for 5 more years and this can't be his ceiling. That word POTENTIAL needs to turn into something else - like ALL STAR.
Keep growing man, keep growing. I see the fire burning.
Yo guys, why are you just watching this happen?
Look, I can understand that a lineup of O.J. Mayo, Marc Gasol, Rudy Gay, Mike Conley, Hakim Warrick, and Darco Milicic might be hard to stop.
I get it - young team, lots of potential (where have I heard that before?) and a bunch of guys that could end up to be All Stars.
But who the heck is that guy in the picture?
And why didn't Darius Miles get some playing time? I loved that man in Van Wilder!
SIIIICK moves but couldn't finish all the time. Guess that's the definition of a streaky shooter.
Wish you well wherever you end up next year man.
I'm going to follow Don Nelson's lead on this one. Not going touch it.
The only thing I will say is this - there must be a reason that there everyone was screaming something at the top of their lungs.
I only wonder what this game would have been like if Stephen Jackson were around.
And as fans, feel free to drop your commentary about anything...
Players, coaches, and I don't know...