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Game Links #7: Golden State Warriors 90 @ Memphis Grizzlies 108 - Patient, executing Grizzlies wear down Warriors

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Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Recap: Warriors blown out by Grizzlies; finish road trip 2-2
Game thread: Game thread: Golden State Warriors finish their road trip with the Memphis Grizzlies (1200+ comments)
Preview: Warriors at Grizzlies - Preview for 11/9/2013

Grizzlies: Grizzly Bear Blues
Recap: Quick Recap: Grizzlies 108, Warriors 90
Game thread: Grizzlies vs. Warriors: Gamethread
Preview: Memphis Grizzlies vs. Golden State Warriors - Game 6


Associated Press: Randolph leads Grizzlies over Golden State | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Randolph leads Grizzlies' win over Warriors
Marcus Thompson II: Warriors blown out in Memphis | (Mobile)
Rusty Simmons: Curry's return can't save Warriors | (Mobile)
Rusty Simmons: Game 7: Memphis 108, Warriors 90
Monte Poole: Instant Replay: Warriors drop second straight, lose to Grizzlies
Monte Poole: Warriors better for the experience after road trip
Feltbot: Grizzlies 108 Warriors 90: Growing Pains

Pregame News

- Leftover recap of last night's game.
Monte Poole: Fast Forward: Douglas provides silver lining in bad loss to Spurs

Pregame Videos

Postgame News

- No postgame news.

Postgame Videos

- Postgame quotes and stuff from recap
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Mark Jackson
On tonight's game:
“I’m very disappointed. It’s very easy to make the excuse that we played last night, but that’s not an excuse. We didn’t execute. They were the more physical team and it’s just a disappointing loss for us.

On Zach Randolph:
"Zach is a guy that can score on anybody and when he gets it going, he’s a handful. He got it going and made life tough for us. I don’t think that was the ballgame. You can point to a number of guys that had their way tonight."

On the road trip:
"Anytime you lose ballgames, you’re disappointed. We’re certainly disappointed the way we ended this road trip. Now it’s about going back home, getting some rest, and then preparing to get back to who we truly are.”

On Stephen Curry:
“I thought he was fine. He had it going for a little bit and made some plays. I thought he was fine and that’s good to see.”
Andre Iguodala
On tonight's game:
“I think they did a good job of executing. Their bigs did a good job of playing high-low basketball. Marc Gasol was effective early making jump shots. We had to adjust to that. Z-Bo (Zach Randolph) got it going a little bit in the second half and then Mike Miller hit some threes, so they kind of had it spread out all over the place and we just couldn’t contain them."

On the Grizzlies:
“They’ve (Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph) been playing together for a long time so they have really good chemistry. Mike Conley had a huge impact on the game with his quickness. They just do a good job of all being on a string. You’ve got to give them credit. They went to the Western Conference Finals last year and every game was within a bucket of the Spurs, so they’re a seasoned team and they did a good job tonight.”

On the road trip:
“We won the first two, which we should have. Last night we didn’t play well but we just came up short. Tonight, you know, we should’ve gotten this game as well. We look at it as, ‘How do we get back?’. Turnovers were high tonight, they scored a lot of points in the paint, and they out rebounded us so it’s something we have to continue to get better at.”
Klay Thompson
On tonight's game:
“Not quite the defense we’ve come to expect from these guys tonight, we kind of broke down. We gave up a lot of paint scores tonight and our defense and rebounding wasn’t very good. They’re very tough. I think that’s why they made it to the Western Conference Finals last year. They’re one of the better frontcourts in the NBA so we prepared for them, we just have to do a better job the next time they come to our building.

“I don’t think it was an energy thing. I just think it was more of (us) not playing well together, and just kind of ignoring the game plan at times on the defensive end.“

On the road trip:
“It was so-so. It would have been nice to go out 3-1, but we’ve still got an opportunity to go home and separate ourselves.”


- No interesting notes tonight.

What's next?

- Two days of much needed rest after two rough games. Our game against the Pistons will be on NBATV. We should mop up the Pistons and rest up for another big challenge on Thursday, the OKC Thunder.

Day Date Time Opponent TV Radio
Tue Nov 12 7:30 PM Pistons CSN Bay Area NBATV KNBR 680 AM
Thu Nov 14 7:30 PM Thunder TNT KNBR 680 AM
Sat Nov 16 7:30 PM Jazz CSN Bay Area KNBR 680 AM
Mon Nov 18 6:00 PM @Jazz CSN Bay Area KNBR 680 AM
Wed Nov 20 7:30 PM Grizzlies CSN Bay Area KNBR 680 AM

Full broadcast schedule at

Start Four

- It's a fun little game we've been playing around here. Pick 4 guys whom you think will produce the highest total score based on their stats: pts + rebs + ast + 2*stl + 2*blk - to. How did you do in tonight's game? Golden State Warriors @ Memphis Grizzlies


- After two hard-to-watch losses in a row, I feel we need a distraction. Here's the Celtics @ Heat final play of the game from today.

Monday 11/11/2013

- MT2 thoughts on our last two losses.
Marcus Thompson II: Game 6/7 Rewind: Warriors Fizzle Out at End of Road Trip, Missing Chance at Making a Statement

- What early conclusions can we draw from 7 games worth of stats so far?br> Adam Lauridsen: Learning to be Elite

- Notes from practice.
Carl Steward: Warriors' Klay Thompson drawing tough assignments | (Mobile)
Monte Poole: Fast Forward: Warriors ready for upstart Pistons

- Bob Fitzgerald, Jim Barnett, Tom Tolbert, and 2 bloggers give out their thoughts on the Warriors after the first 7 games. blog: 2013-14 First Impressions

- Our front court has some work to do.
Rusty Simmons: Warriors see a need to get more physical | (Mobile)

- It has been 3 years since Lacob and Guber took over the Warriors. CSN interviews Joe Lacob about the past 3 years.
Monte Poole: Lacob: Hiring Jackson, West changed mentality

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