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Re: NBA Finals Game 6: TOR @ GSW 

Post#521 » by BayArea » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:33 am

Kerr should flip the minutes for Steph next season

Sit him in last 4 min of 3rd and play him in the entire 4th Q.
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Post#522 » by BayArea » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:34 am

Steph with the classic 6-17 and 3-11 from 3pt. And tack on that one miss to the 0-7 in the clutch in the playoffs
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Post#523 » by jamesnamida » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:34 am

BayArea wrote:Steph with the classic 6-17 and 3-11 from 3pt. And tack on that one miss to the 0-7 in the clutch in the playoffs


To be fair 3 of those shots were full court heaves.
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Post#524 » by BayArea » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:35 am

Iggy still got his FMVP mode, hope he stays 1 more season.
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Post#525 » by jamesnamida » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:37 am

Steph must be kicking himself. A 3 to win vs the cavs and a 3 to push it to 7 against the raptors. Narrative defining.

I’m proud of everyone though( except Kerr), even when they messed up. Showed heart ever since Durant went down against the rockets.
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Post#526 » by likashing » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:37 am

I don’t think we lost because of the final play. But the final play was stupid and is the same error for the whole season.

Down 1. 8 seconds to go. Full time out to call a play. Kerr and Curry went for another 3.

I’ve been saying the same thing all season (and last season). 3 has more points. But 2 had a higher percentage. I’d take an extra 3-5% for the ball to actually get into the bucket than a 3.

3 is good. But it is not your only option.
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Post#527 » by Coxy » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:38 am

jamesnamida wrote:
BayArea wrote:Steph with the classic 6-17 and 3-11 from 3pt. And tack on that one miss to the 0-7 in the clutch in the playoffs


To be fair 3 of those shots were full court heaves.


To be even fairer, he was double teamed past the perimeter more than any other player in history. The NBA has adjusted to Steph and the game plan is to make him a passer now, it's smart, but now the move from the Warrios brass is counter the shat outta that next season.
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Post#528 » by SpreeS » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:40 am

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SpreeS wrote:Kerr you are stupid ****. How can Curry shoot only 14 time in the most important game of the year? How? What was your plan for the best your scorer? Curry could create plays for himself and others...Green with 8 TOV and ignoring Curry all the time.

2016 all over again...this time we are even more difficult to counter is because of lack of depth. I wouldnt blame Kerr though Curry does not want to shoot the ball from start of the game


Its Kerr job to create plays and to say what to do. If he use him like Reddick than its his fault.
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Post#529 » by NapoleonII » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:40 am

Y'all need to fire Kerr.
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Post#530 » by wco81 » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:41 am

Taht last play wasn't the greatest either, didn't need to go for a 3 and the inbound pass wasted some seconds too.

Anyways, I just remembered how Looney got hurt. And then in game 5, Lowry undercut him on a rebound attempt, another shady tactic, he always finds himself under the basket and he backs into taller players going for the rebound.

Raptors were coached to be physical with the Warriors players and basically the refs let them be physical.
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Post#531 » by SFrush » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:42 am

Sleepy51 wrote:McKinnie needs to seize the opportunity in front of him. He needs to become a wing, not just a leaping rebounder. He needs to be reliable at the corner three and he needs to spend all summer dribbling a basketball wherever he goes. He should get in Steph him pocket and do everything Steph does to train all summer long.

His goal should be MIP in 2020


His on ball defense also needs a lot of work.
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Post#532 » by cpower » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:43 am

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cpower wrote:
SpreeS wrote:Kerr you are stupid ****. How can Curry shoot only 14 time in the most important game of the year? How? What was your plan for the best your scorer? Curry could create plays for himself and others...Green with 8 TOV and ignoring Curry all the time.

2016 all over again...this time we are even more difficult to counter is because of lack of depth. I wouldnt blame Kerr though Curry does not want to shoot the ball from start of the game


Its Kerr job to create plays and to say what to do. If he use him like Reddick than its his fault.

i think he should be blamed on the defensive side. Kawhi was a non factor in the series and we still trap him and got eveyone going. He was great at developing strategies but terrible at in game adjustment.
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Post#533 » by TwoStarz » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:43 am

I don’t know why curry didn’t pump fake and dribble in for an easy two. My favourite players but just so disappointing. Seems like he will never get the due he deserves after tonight. Sigh

Anyways just wanted to pop in to say what a heck of a 5 year run you guys had. The heart of a champion was on full display tonight. You all should be proud of each and every single player out there that laid it on the line. Congrats dubs fans, you’ll be back. Just not next year, it’s the lakers year ;)
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Post#534 » by Swift21 » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:48 am

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Swift21 wrote:I just hope that's not an ACL Injury for Klay.

This roster is in a very precarious position right now. I would hate to be Myers right now.


Nonsense. We are perfectly positioned with several year long rehab projects to coast to a 23 win season next year and a top 5 pick. We dodged a bullet figuring out that Boogie doesn’t fit, even if he gets his body right. Klay and KD will become blood/weed brothers during their rehab years and both will sign long term extensions.



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Post#535 » by TinoDubs » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:48 am

Dom801e wrote:Curry had multiple open shots in the 4th. Missed all of them. I know he’s tired, but he’s got to find a way to hit 1. VanVleet killed us too.


Curry missed one shot which would erase all the misses tonight.
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Post#536 » by thunderdunk » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:53 am

Forget all that. How's Klay?
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Post#537 » by KevinMcreynolds » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:56 am

Even the power of the Maggette jersey couldn’t over come that Klay injury. Such a **** way to lose a series.
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Post#538 » by GswStorm3 » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:56 am

It was a great 5 year run. This is probably the end but I enjoyed every second of it.

Hopefully Klay is alright.
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Post#539 » by HiRez » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:59 am

likashing wrote:I don’t think we lost because of the final play. But the final play was stupid and is the same error for the whole season.

Down 1. 8 seconds to go. Full time out to call a play. Kerr and Curry went for another 3.

I’ve been saying the same thing all season (and last season). 3 has more points. But 2 had a higher percentage. I’d take an extra 3-5% for the ball to actually get into the bucket than a 3.

3 is good. But it is not your only option.

Yeah, I hate that. Our inability to get an easy 2 when that’s all we need is disturbing, especially since our opponents are loading up on the 3 point line. Even when Steph is on it’s like a 40% shot, that’s terrible when you don’t need 3.
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Post#540 » by wco81 » Fri Jun 14, 2019 5:08 am

GswStorm3 wrote:It was a great 5 year run. This is probably the end but I enjoyed every second of it.

Hopefully Klay is alright.



Fact that they haven't said makes me nervous.

It doesn't take a lot of time to diagnose knee injuries. They have a good idea what it is but maybe they don't want to announce it now.

Is it because it's bad news?

Or are they like not trying to rain on Raptors' parade because it is serious?

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