Polishing up GOLD:Rebuilding the Warriors (2005)

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Postby Sac-1 on Sun Aug 07, 2005 5:50 am

Great loss :lol: ...good luck next game
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Postby Goldenstatewarrior on Sun Aug 07, 2005 7:05 am

Wow...c'mon dawg. This is the time to make your role players step up.
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Postby The X on Sun Aug 07, 2005 11:48 am

tough loss....anyone could be mistaken for thinking it was the Bobcats and not the upstart Warriors....

I'd like to see Kaman starting and playing a behemoth frontline :wink:
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Postby AlwaysWhat,NeverWhy on Sun Aug 07, 2005 7:55 pm

Ouch. Tough loss...C'mon B.Diddy come back!!!


Davis will be back at 100% in the next game against Dallas at home. (Y)

Oh my goodness. What happened to you Dweav? Looks like injuries are really hurting the team. I like you signing Bryce Drew though. Better luck next game.



BD and Walton injured, Murphy injured in the game, J-Rich out with foul trouble... I didn't expect much more. (N)


Great loss ...good luck next game



Thanks. :? Your Kings have now swept the regular season series against us, 4-0. Hopefully we won't run into each other in the first round of teh playoffs, or we'll be at a mental disadvantage. :x

Wow...c'mon dawg. This is the time to make your role players step up.



It's Kapono time... (Y)


tough loss....anyone could be mistaken for thinking it was the Bobcats and not the upstart Warriors....



Well, shit happens. :(

I'd like to see Kaman starting and playing a behemoth frontline



I rotate Swift and Kaman at C... maybe Chris is worth more PT... :idea:
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Postby COOLmac© on Mon Aug 08, 2005 3:12 pm

damn walton must get back soon or he'll get fired :shock:

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Postby Lamrock on Mon Aug 08, 2005 5:21 pm

WOW, you got goochificated by Sacramento. Thats what you get for A. not updating and B. trading too much.
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Postby AlwaysWhat,NeverWhy on Mon Aug 08, 2005 8:51 pm

damn walton must get back soon or he'll get fired

ahhh reminds me of the old trump days.


Walton is out for 6 more weeks.. :(

WOW, you got goochificated by Sacramento. Thats what you get for A. not updating and B. trading too much.



Wow, you're very nice... :lol: j/k :mrgreen:
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Postby AlwaysWhat,NeverWhy on Thu Aug 11, 2005 12:02 am

MARCH 23, 2005





THE GAME: GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS vs. DALLAS MAVERICKS


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After the total dismantlement and embarrassment the Warriors suffered at the hands of the Sacramento Kings, they return back to California to play at home and host yet another of the West’s elite teams, the Mavs. The good news was that Baron Davis was 100% ready to play and help his team have some leadership on the court. In the first quarter, Davis’ passion rubbed off on his teammates as well, and with the passing rapport the 6’ 3” guard created with his guys, Golden State went up ahead very early in the game. With Baron doing the passing and running the break, Stro Swift being the beneficiary of some inspired alley oop passes and Jason Kapono shooting freely from the perimeter, the home side took a 32-19 lead at the end of the first. Quarter number two, and the Mavericks fought back to get themselves back in it with a shout. With Dirk Nowitzki awakening from his offensive slumber and Michael Finley hitting 4 open jumpers in the space of 3 minutes, Dallas reduced the deficit to only 4, 56-52 to end the half. The second half started with Golden State rallying behind Jason Richardson for an early scoring run, and taking the lead back to double digits, temporarily. Kapono and Richardson were monopolizing the attempts for the Warriors, but Dallas’ good ball movement and excellent shot selection, made it a close one again. Dirk was stuck at 9 points for a long time, but Jason Terry was making up for his absence. The third quarter ended 86-81. In the final period of this encounter, it was all about Jason Kapono. Being fed kickout pass after kickout pass, the 6’ 8” sharpshooting California native was hitting trey after trey, with Dallas unable to find a cure on defense. The Mavs made a comeback near the end, but J-Kapp’s 5 three pointers in 6 minutes sealed the deal, and helped the Warriors win this game with a score of 106 – 97.[


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POG: JASON KAPONO 30pts – 8/12 3pt



DALLAS’ TOP PLAYER: JASON TERRY 18pts – 6ast – 5rebs







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LA CLIPPERS 115 MILWAUKEE 104 (Mike Dunleavy Jr. 28pts – 14rebs – 6ast) – maybe I should have kept him after all…









MARCH 24, 2005





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SACRAMENTO 102DALLAS 101 (Cuttino Mobley 31pts – 6ast)
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Postby JoshD on Thu Aug 11, 2005 12:30 am

nice game against Dallas. Keep up the dynasty work
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Postby Buckley on Thu Aug 11, 2005 12:48 am

nice win......glad u got b.diddy back....

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Postby joeygraham on Thu Aug 11, 2005 2:30 am

good game - kapono is a monster from behind the arc. You could easily push him to break the 3-points in a game record!
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Postby Sac-1 on Thu Aug 11, 2005 2:46 am

Great win against Dallas...good luck next game...nice kapono with 30
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Postby AlwaysWhat,NeverWhy on Thu Aug 11, 2005 4:45 am

nice game against Dallas. Keep up the dynasty work


Thanks friend, nice to get new readers every now and then. (Y)

nice win......glad u got b.diddy back....

good luck next game...



Yup, BD racks up the dimes like crazy... 8-)


good game - kapono is a monster from behind the arc. You could easily push him to break the 3-points in a game record!



If I try real hard, I could... I have some nice plays that have a good chance of leaving my SG open behind the arc, and when J-Kap gets up uncontsted, it's money in teh bank already... :D

Great win against Dallas...good luck next game...nice kapono with 30



yes, we need the wins now with all the injuries if we're going to get a high playoff berth. :!:
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Postby Emiliano on Thu Aug 11, 2005 5:49 am

Great win man. Jason Kapono is really something isnt he?
Great back-up....glad to see B-Diddy back too.
Good luck next game! (Y)
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Postby Keo on Thu Aug 11, 2005 6:23 am

Big win against the Mavs. B. Diddy's back, Kapono great effort off the bench. Keep it up. (Y)
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Postby AlwaysWhat,NeverWhy on Thu Aug 11, 2005 6:43 am

Great win man. Jason Kapono is really something isnt he?
Great back-up....glad to see B-Diddy back too.
Good luck next game!


Thanks... most of Davis' assists were converted into Kap's 3balls... so they helped each other out stat wise... :D

Big win against the Mavs. B. Diddy's back, Kapono great effort off the bench. Keep it up.



With Walton out for the remainder of the regular season, I use an on-court five with J-Rich at teh 3 and Kapono at the 2. And despite not starting the games, Kapono gets plenty of minutes since Rodney White is total shite as a SF in Live. :evil:
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Postby AlwaysWhat,NeverWhy on Thu Aug 11, 2005 8:07 am

[b]MARCH 25, 2005[/b]




THE GAME: GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS vs. MILWAUKEE BUCKS

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After Baron’s return and a big win against the Dallas Mavericks, confidence was reasonably high in the Golden State locker room and among the fans. The fact that the next opposition were the lowly Bucks added top the enthusiasm for a second straight home victory. But it would not prove that easy in the end. Let’s start from the top. First quarter and the game is pretty much even, with controlled 18 second offenses and careful avoidance of costly turnovers. Rodney White of all people started hot and buried 3 20-footers, while Michael Redd was following suit to end the period with a score of 19-17. In the second quarter, TJ Ford altered the game tempo by himself coming back from the bench, leading fast break after fast break and tearing up the Warriors’ defense in the process, both by taking it to the hole himself or dishing it out to the usually wide open Redd. Despite Baron Davis’ perimeter production, Golden State fell behind soon after, mainly because Jason Richardson was freezing cold from everywhere on the court, stuck at 6 points total. The half ended with the Bucks ahead, 37 – 41.
The second half was even again, with Golden State coming slightly on top this time around. Stro Swift and Chris Kaman were doing a fine job bringing down the boards and containing Joe Smith, while Rodney White was having his best game of the season, scoring from inside and outside. Davis was nearing triple double numbers, while Redd and Desmond Mason were keeping Milwaukee close, with the third quarter ending 63-59. In the final period, the two teams went toe-to-toe with neither being able to shake the other loose. Redd was single handedly carrying the Bucks’ offense, while Davis was doing the exact same thing for the Warriors. In the final two minutes, it was a thriller, and it was a crucial offensive rebound and layup by Josh Smith that put the visitors ahead by two, with 24 seconds left on the clock. The clock was slowly winding down, the ball moving hands constantly, and 1.2 seconds before the buzzer, it found itself in the reliable hands of Jason Kapono, he got up for the contested 22 footer, and rimmed out
The Warriors lose this game to the Bucks, 82 – 84.



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POG: MICHAEL REDD 20pts – 3rebs – 9/15 FGs







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DETROIT 88INDIANA 95 (Ron Artest 26pts – 8rebs – 3stl – 3blk – 12/16 FGs)








MARCH 26, 2005





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DALLAS 119CLEVELAND 117 (Jason Terry 34pts – 11ast – 7/9 3pt)









MARCH 27, 2005





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SAN ANTONIO 97HOUSTON 85 (Tim Duncan 31pts – 17rebs – 3stl)
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Postby Emiliano on Thu Aug 11, 2005 9:03 am

Ah, tough loss, Kapono couldnt get the job done.
Very close game
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Postby John WB on Thu Aug 11, 2005 9:19 am

Losing to the Bucks.. Gah!
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Postby Sac-1 on Thu Aug 11, 2005 9:50 am

Close game....whats wrong with you...you lose to a not that good team and win against one of the best teams...anyways good luck next game
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Postby COOLmac© on Thu Aug 11, 2005 1:13 pm

cheeky warriors got slap cause of over confidence :D

hey DW i havent seen you in my white men dynasty lately? :cry:
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Postby Goldenstatewarrior on Thu Aug 11, 2005 2:56 pm

Nice try. Good to see B-Diddy putting up great numbers after his injury.
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Postby air on Thu Aug 11, 2005 6:54 pm

I was wondering where this one disappeared. Good recaps there.
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Postby The X on Thu Aug 11, 2005 9:00 pm

Rodney "friggin" White forgot to rebound :mrgreen: seems like the team was so happy to see B-Diddy that they forgot that they had a job to do as well :P
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Postby AlwaysWhat,NeverWhy on Fri Aug 12, 2005 5:46 am

Ah, tough loss, Kapono couldnt get the job done.
Very close game


As they astutedly say, 'shit happens'... :lol:


Losing to the Bucks.. Gah!



hey, I gave them 15 minutes of fame... :wink:

Close game....whats wrong with you...you lose to a not that good team and win against one of the best teams...anyways good luck next game



Ahhh... yes, but that makes the dynasty all the more realistic, doesn't it?


cheeky warriors got slap cause of over confidence

hey DW i havent seen you in my white men dynasty lately?



keep a steady update flow and I'll be there... :twisted:


Nice try. Good to see B-Diddy putting up great numbers after his injury.



Hopefully he doesn't blow a kneecap and misses the playoffs... :x


I was wondering where this one disappeared. Good recaps there.



Taking a break, maybe. (Mostly due to outside interference... *cough* Jackal *cough* ) . Dissapearing? Never. :D


Rodney "friggin" White forgot to rebound seems like the team was so happy to see B-Diddy that they forgot that they had a job to do as well



Hey, RW scored 19 points playing at SF... that should warrant a miracle recognition by itself... :lol:
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