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Recap: RECAP: Golden State Warriors 104, Los Angeles Clippers 107 – Live by the 3, die by the 3
Game thread: GAME THREAD #79: Golden State Warriors @ LA Clippers - Yawnfest, the sequel (660+ comments)
Associated Press recap: Clippers end 7-game skid, outlast Warriors
Sports Network recap: Clippers edge Warriors; Baron Davis hurts wrist
Marcus Thompson II recap: Warriors gain much in close defeat
Dan Arritt, nba.com recap: Clippers end seven-game skid, outlast Warriors
- Monta is still out with the flu. CJ still out with bruised ribs.
Marcus Thompson II: Golden State Warriors' Monta Ellis still sidelined with flu
- Devean George has been on both ends of the prank game.
Chris Tomasson: NBA Pranks for the Memories, By George
- A look back at Nellie's coaching stints and innovations.
Rusty Simmons: Nelson is NBA's great innovator
Chronicle Live: Rick Barry and Al Attles on Don Nelson's record and Warriors For Sale.
Matt Steinmetz on CSN Pregame interviews Russ Turner.
- No postgame news found.
Don Nelson in the hallway.
Highlights by orangino.
Postgame Quotes from warriors.com recap
On the last play:
"I thought Anthony Tolliver’s shot had a very good chance. We made the right play and that’s what we were looking for. I thought it was going right in the middle of the hoop but it didn’t work. That was alright. That was our second option if the Clippers played Stephen Curry the way they played him."
On tonight's game:
"It was fun to coach and I’m sure to play in. I thought both teams tried hard. The Clippers came up with the win and they probably deserved it. They outrebounded us and outshot us, but still we were there and we had a chance."
On Anthony Tolliver and Reggie Williams:
"What I’m most proud of is the Development League guys. They’ve come in and found a way to make a contribution. You didn’t see Anthony Tolliver on his best night but he’s been sensational. Reggie Williams has been good too."
On the last play:
"It was drawn up for me. The Clippers decided to play zone on our out-of-bounds play and because of that, Anthony Tolliver had a wide open look at the top of the key. Corey Maggette made a great decision to give him the ball. We couldn’t have asked for a better shot in that situation when we needed to get a three."
On the fourth quarter:
"We just started playing fast and making shots. We got some key rebounds and started making stops. We put ourselves in a good position to win. The Clippers played pretty well tonight, but we played well too. We just came up a little short."
On the last play:
"It was set up for Stephen Curry but they had two guys running at him. That left me open and they left me open for a split-second so I just let it go. It definitely felt good but it was just a little long. Corey Maggette did a great job reading what the defense gave us."
(several hours before the game)
MSteinmetzCSN: Warriors guard C.J. Watson with hairline rib fracture, done for rest of season #GSW #NBA
- Don Nelson talks about getting the record and his coaching career, and compares Stephen Curry to Steve Nash.
18:50 min: Don Nelson Show with Ralph and Dave Flemming
Warriors Weekly TV
This is mostly a trimmed down version of the interview posted before, but there is 1 new question about playing with Curry.
A recap of the @Raptors and @TWolves wins to tie and break Lenny Wilken's record.
This is a trimmed down version from Warriors Weekly Radio last week.
Warrior Girl Karlee.
Ultimate highlight video.
Warriors Weekly Radio
- A collection of quotes from players and coaches about Don Nelson's coaching career.
13:06 min: Don Nelson Feature
- Jim Barnett in-depth interviews Don Nelson on his coaching career. (This is the same as the video interview posted earlier this week, both parts as 1 interview.)
15:29 min: Don Nelson Interview
- Anthony Tolliver after his 21 rebound game vs Mavericks 2 weeks ago.
6:11 min: Anthony Tolliver Interview
- CJ Watson is done for the season with a hairline rib fracture.
- The Warriors come right back home for a back to back against the Thunder. These final 3 games are all against Western playoff teams.