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Warriors Game Day Links: Golden State Warriors 83 @ LA Lakers 107 - 49ers, Raiders, Giants? Winners. Warriors? They got schooled.

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Recap: RECAP #3: Golden State Warriors 83, Los Angeles Lakers 107 - No Treats, Just Tricks
Game thread: GameThread #3: Golden State Warriors @ LA Lakers- Happy Halloween? Tricks, Treats, and the First Big Test for a Bold New Team (790+ comments)

SBN BA: SBNation Bayarea's Warriors Page
StoryStream: Golden State Warriors Take On Los Angeles Lakers Without Stephen Curry

Lakers: Silver Screen and Roll
Recap: Lakers 107, Warriors 83: This Game Was Not Closer Than the Final Score Indicates
2nd half thread: Lakers-Warriors Second Half Thread
Game thread: Lakers-Warriors Open Thread
Preview: Lakers-Warriors Preview: Trust me, there are teams in the NBA that play defense


Associated Press recap: Lakers blast Warriors 107-83 to stay unbeaten | Photo Gallery
Sports Network recap: Lakers throttle Curry-less Warriors
Marcus Thompson II recap: Golden State Warriors are routed by Los Angeles Lakers in first loss of the season
Rusty Simmons recap: Without Curry, Warriors lose 107-83 to Lakers
Matt Steinmetz recap: Without Curry, Warriors Blown Out by Lakers 107-83
Adam Lauridsen recap: Lost and Found (Warriors 83, Lakers 107)

Pregame News

- No pregame news found.

Pregame Videos

- No pregame videos found.

Postgame News

- Bits and pieces about Lee's struggles and Lin coming in early.
Matt Steinmetz: Lee Struggles, Lin Shows Signs in L.A.

- Keith Smart likes a lot of Radman's game. The problem? He can't make a shot.
Marcus Thompson II: Golden State Warriors notebook: Vladimir Radmanovic struggles to find his range

- A team source says the Warriors won't offer an extension to Brandan Wright.
Rusty Simmons: Warriors don't offer extension to Brandan Wright

- Rusty tidbits from the game.
Rusty Simmons:Lakers 107, Warriors 83 (Postgame)

Postgame Videos

Bob and Jim postgame wrap.

Recap and highlights from's game page:
Warriors vs. Lakers: Video recap

Postgame Quotes and Stuff from recap

Photo Gallery

Keith Smart
On Tonight's Game:
"You always look at some positives. Some of our bench guys came in and played, our starters just did not perform the way you need to play against a team that’s on their home court. But you got some positives out of some guys—we got a chance to get some good information on Jeremy Lin, he came in and did a good job, gave us a good tempo, and we had some other guys play well. So you look at some of the positive things that you had in this game. You have to be firing on all cylinders to have a chance to beat this team."

On The Lakers' Starting Lineup:
"They’re difficult because when those guys are playing at a high level they take you out of where you want to get the ball from. You have a point guard who basically makes you work to get the ball into the scoring area. You have Kobe who will make an awful lot of work to get the ball into his area, you have Artest who’s going to do the same thing, and then you have the rhythm of Odom. So they have a group on the perimeter that can take you out of the comfort zone that you want your offense to be in."

On David Lee’s Performance:
"I just think it was one of those nights. He’s been great all year long, preseason all through. With 82 games scheduled you’re going to have some nights like that. So I took him out, he didn’t have the pop that he normally would have, and I think he understood that. I look forward to him getting back and next game having a good, productive game like he’s been having."
Monta Ellis
On Tonight's Game:
"We started the game off a little sluggish, they got a big run in the beginning of the game we never could get back in the game."

On Playing Without Stephen Curry:
"His presence was missed, but like I said we were getting open shots, they just wouldn’t fall. It was just one of those nights, where they out-rebounded us, out-hustled us. The turnovers in the beginning of the game got us in a deep hole, and like I said, we never could climb out."
David Lee
On Tonight's Game:
"Unfortunately there are days like this, and it happens to every player. I work hard, stay consistent…games where you just can’t find a rhythm, but unfortunately it happens, but overall today they beat us up on the board’s at all five positions. They got to the free throw line a lot more than we did and that was a difference in the game, and that’s where we lost it. But we got to get better in playing on the road, especially against big time teams like this. Most importantly we need to bounce back and play well on Wednesday."

On Throwing Out This Game And Getting Ready For Memphis:
"Well, no you don’t throw it out, there’s something to be learned from every game. For me I got to find a way to just get in the rhythm early and from the jump tonight they’re beating us on the boards and offensively they did a good job making sure we didn’t get any easy buckets to get in any kind of rhythm. Even Monta [Ellis] and Dorell [Wright] who played well for us offensively, every shot they shot was a tough contested shot; they were just able to hit some. We didn’t get any easy buckets, on the other hand, they got a bunch of easy ones in the paint and that’s why they’re defending world champions and that’s why we need to get a lot better."
Jeremy Lin
On His Performance:
"I’m not going to really talk about what I did personally when we lost by twenty-four. That’s just a tough game to play defending champs in their hometown and without Stephen Curry. But we’re going to learn a lot at different games and we’re just going to get ready for our next game."

On Adjusting To The NBA Game:
"I’m just learning slowly the NBA game and how different coverage’s and different plays in defense. There’s not one specific thing that I might have learned in between one game and the next but just this experience to be able to get out on the floor and stay comfortable; that was really helpful."


- Some of the Warriors wore orange shoes, which was a Halloween thing. According to Fitz on the broadcast, the league allows for orange shoe fun on Halloween.
- The Warriors will likely not offer a contract extension to Brandan Wright, making him a restricted free agent next summer.

What's next?

- Tomorrow (Mon), the Giants have a chance to bring home the World Series title, 4:50pm.
- The next game is a couple of days away on Wednesday against the Grizzlies.
- Matt Steinmetz will hold his weekly chat on Wed on his chat page.

Day Date Time Opponent TV Radio
Wed Nov 03 7:30pm Grizzlies CSNBayHD KNBR 680
Fri Nov 05 6:30pm Jazz CSNBayHD KNBR 680
Sun Nov 07 3:00pm @Pistons CSNBayHD KNBR 680
Mon Nov 08 4:00pm @Raptors CSNBayHD KNBR 1050
Wed Nov 10 4:30pm @Knicks CSNBayHD KNBR 1050


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