Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Recap: Recap #57: Atlanta Hawks 95, Golden State Warriors 79 - Dubs got issues
Game thread: GameThread #57: Atlanta Hawks @ Golden State Warriors- Good news: The West is weaker (950+ comments)
SBN BA: SBNation Bayarea's Warriors Page
StoryStream: Hawks Take Anger Out on Warriros, Win 95-79
Hawks: Peachtree Hoops
Recap: Initial Reaction: Hawks 95, Warriors 79
Game thread: Preview And Game Thread #58: Atlanta Hawks Vs. Golden State Warriors
Associated Press: Smith leads Atlanta past Golden State 95-79 | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Smith helps Hawks get past Warriors
Carl Steward: Warriors suffer second stinker since All-Star game
Adam Lauridsen: Pathetic (Warriors 79, Hawks 95)
Rusty Simmons: Warriors whipped by Atlanta
- Matt Steinmetz looks at the numbers from previous seasons to judge the Warriors playoff chances.
Matt Steinmetz: Playoff numbers don't add up for Warriors
- Includes videos and mp3s.
warriors.com: Lacob Speaks Directly To Season Ticket Holders During Fan Forum Teleconference
11:28 min: Ekpe Udoh with Ralph and Tom on KNBR, Wed Feb 23, 2011
25:57 min: Rick Barry with Gary Radnich on KNBR, Thu Feb 24, 2011
17:08 min: Larry Riley with Ralph and Tom on KNBR, Thu Feb 24, 2011
12:04 min: Rusty Simmons with Damon Bruce on KNBR, Fri Feb 25, 2011
Larry Riley on the passing trade deadline.
Chronicle Live: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, part 1.
Chronicle Live: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, part 2.
Chronicle Live: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, part 3.
- Keith Smart hopes Radman settles down. Warriors seeking waived players. Jeff Adrien's wristband.
Rusty Simmons: Vladimir Radmanovic knows he's staying put
Keith Smart at the podium.
David Lee in the locker room.
Stephen Curry in the locker room.
CSN highlights, recap.
Recap and highlights from nba.com's game page:
Leading the Break
Hawks vs. Warriors: Highlights, recap
Postgame Quotes and Stuff from warriors.com recap
1:37 min: Tim Roye's Game Recap
On tonight's game:
"We didn’t have the energy, we were a flat team. For whatever reason we were a flat basketball team to start off. The first half we didn’t have the kind of energy to play againstva team that was going to be energetic. For whatever reason we didn’t have the energy to get to the long rebounds. This game doesn’t tell me what’s going to happen on the road, it just tells me we didn’t have it this game. We’ve done it for long occasions prior to this game, but we just have to find our rhythm coming back from the break…and we need to find our rhythm on offense we have to find that again and get ourselves are going. We are not making the shots that we normally have made and we are dropping our heads. We've just got to find and rhythm, and perhaps we’ll find it on the road."
On tonight's game:
"I thought we came out in the first four or five minutes with energy, they just hit a lot of shots. Our coverage failed us a little bit; we didn’t have the effort to kind to execute on the defensive end. I guess against this team you have to give multiple efforts because you have to give so much help to the post. They are a long, athletic and big team. That got us out of rhythm early and they pretty much dominated the whole game from that point on."
On getting the momentum back:
"We need to just get a win and start feeling good about ourselves. We have to dig deep on this road trip. Seven games to stay in this race, we still have a huge hole to get out of after these last two games."
On tonight's game:
"We didn’t play well, top to bottom. It started with the first unit. I missed some chippys that I usually make in the first half, Monta (Ellis) didn’t have his best shooting night, Steph (Curry) didn’t have his best shooting night, Dorell (Wright) didn’t have his best shooting night. On top of that our scouting report was to force them to shoot jumpers and contest jumpers rather than kill us in the paint. Guys like Josh Smith and Jamal Crawford had it going early and that’s a bad combination."
On the upcoming road trip:
"We knew that this road trip was going to be huge for us either way. When we return home we will have a much better idea where we stand. But we just need to regroup and get on the road."
- No interesting notes to add tonight.
- A massive roadtrip: @TWolves, @Pacers, @Wizards, @Celtics, @Sixers, @Cavaliers, @Nets. 7 games in 11 days. Including travel days, that's 12 or 13 days away from the Bay. That's a tough test for the Warriors, plus lots of afternoon start times for us fans.
On the bright side, there are some should-wins (@TWolves, @Wizards, @Cavaliers, @Nets) and a couple of could-wins (@Pacers, @Sixers), so I expect this to be a good road trip.
On the dark side, tonight's loss isn't exactly inspiring hope for this road trip.
|Sun||Feb 27||2:00pm||@TWolves||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
|Tue||Mar 01||4:00pm||@Pacers||CSNBayHD||KNBR 1050|
|Wed||Mar 02||4:00pm||@Wizards||CSNBayHD||KNBR 1050|
|Fri||Mar 04||4:30pm||@Celtics||CSNBayHD||KNBR 1050|
|Sun||Mar 06||3:00pm||@Sixers||CSNBayHD||KNBR 680|
Guess this late 80s cartoon based on these music tracks. Try not to look at the file names. Click this sentence for the answer.
1:02 min: Track 1
1:49 min: Track 2
0:43 min: Track 3
1:52 min: Track 4
1:37 min: Track 5
1:50 min: Track 6
Warriors Weekly Radio, Feb 17, 2011
Yeah, I know it's a week late. Blame the All-Star break.
12:22 min: Gary St. Jean
4:29 min: Franklin Mieuli Tribute
13:54 min: Tim Roye's Journal With Alvin Attles
6:11 min: Steve Luhm of the Salt Lake Tribune
2:57 min: Upcoming Games
Warriors Weekly TV, Feb 23, 2011