Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Recap: RECAP #13: Golden State Warriors 89, Los Angeles Lakers 117 — Quit Kicking Sand in Our Faces!
Game thread: GameThread #13: Golden State Warriors @ Los Angeles Lakers- A test for the new young fellas. (1030+ comments)
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Game thread: Lakers-Warriors Open Thread
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Sports Network recap: Perfect Pau leads Lakers to 11th straight win over Warriors
Marcus Thompson II recap: Golden State Warriors blasted by Los Angeles Lakers
Rusty Simmons recap: Warriors crushed by Lakers
- No pregame news found.
- No pregame videos found.
- Although we were playing the Lakers, MT2 notes that the Warriors haven't worked out the slow start problem yet, plus other game notes.
Marcus Thompson II: Golden State Warriors update: Slow starts continue to be a problem
- Stephen Curry didn't commit any turnovers tonight, and he's still learning the game.
Rusty Simmons: Warriors' Stephen Curry is still evolving
Keith Smart in the hallway.
CSN highlights, recap.
Postgame Quotes and Stuff from warriors.com recap
On tonight's game:
"You have to move on again because you cannot hold onto it. We've got another game tomorrow night. We didn’t come out with the competitive edge that we needed to match them. Those guys have length. [Ron] Artest does a good job of staying down and using his length, and getting up into your body. Then when you try to beat him, they have guys that are closing out and we've got to make some shots. When you don’t make the shots, it compounds a guy like Monta [Ellis] and like Steph [Curry] trying to make plays against that length."
On Pau Gasol:
"He didn’t miss a shot because he does a great thing. He’s a solid pro and he understands if he brings [the ball] down, he’s going to put it in an area where the small guys can get to the ball. He keeps it up nice and high…So it was a great teaching for our big guys to understand that he doesn’t try to go and dunk everything."
On tonight's game:
"They’re playing really well right now. The team chemistry’s really great, especially when they’re playing at home. You’ve gotta be on your game and play a little outside yourself a bit, and try and be in the game and we didn’t have that at the beginning. The first quarter they stepped on us hard and we couldn’t deal with it."
On the Lakers' starting lineup:
"They’ve got two seven-footers, and Kobe and Artest, so they really make it tough on you. It’s hard to tell in practice what kind of a look you’re going to see. I feel like we can play with them, we’ve just got to start out a little better."
On bouncing back for tomorrow's game:
"We’ve just got to go out and do it. The positive thing is that we’ll be back at home, with our home fans and we know they’ll have that extra energy that we need for tomorrow. I think everybody’s gonna be pumped up since we lost tonight and we’re gonna try and get back on the winning side."
On his injury and status:
"I’m good. It was just my hip, just a bruise. Yes, [I will play tomorrow]."
(after the game)
gswscribe: Monta said he is fine. He has a gym burn on his left hip. He said it had nothing to do with his back and he's definitelty playing Monday
- No interesting notes to add tonight.
- We come right back home and throw this unwinnable game away for a back-to-back against the Nuggets.
|Mon||Nov 22||7:30pm||Nuggets||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Wed||Nov 24||5:30pm||@Rockets||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Fri||Nov 26||6:30pm||@Grizzlies||CSNBayHD, ESPN2||KNBR 1050|
|Sat||Nov 27||5:00pm||@TWolves||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Tue||Nov 30||7:30pm||Spurs||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
The thunderstorms from last night made me think of this for tonight's therapy session: