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Game 62: Dallas Mavericks (33-27) @ Golden State Warriors (31-30) - 9:30PM

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Re: Game 62: Dallas Mavericks (33-27) @ Golden State Warriors (31-30) - 9:30PM 

Post#81 » by Frozzy » Wed Apr 28, 2021 3:36 am

Onus wrote:What did Smiley do to Kerr that he could only get 6 min in this **** show

He's gotta be god awful in practice too
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Re: Game 62: Dallas Mavericks (33-27) @ Golden State Warriors (31-30) - 9:30PM 

Post#82 » by TinmanZBoy » Wed Apr 28, 2021 3:38 am

seems this Warriors team really like hard spanking once in a while... for no reason, when you feel good about them, they will suddenly turn on this trash mode
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Post#83 » by floppymoose » Wed Apr 28, 2021 3:41 am

I came for the the Curry, but I *stay* for the Boban.
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Post#84 » by Frozzy » Wed Apr 28, 2021 3:42 am

Why is Smiley signed until 2023 again lmfaooo
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Post#85 » by floppymoose » Wed Apr 28, 2021 3:45 am

Frozzy wrote:Why is Smiley signed until 2023 again lmfaooo

Because he's not. Not guaranteed. So if he turns into Micheal Jordan, we have him cheap for two more seasons. But in reality this is his last year.
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Re: Game 62: Dallas Mavericks (33-27) @ Golden State Warriors (31-30) - 9:30PM 

Post#86 » by floppymoose » Wed Apr 28, 2021 3:46 am

Lee, JTA, Mulder and GPII can be our deep bench scrubs if they want. I want Nico, EP, and Poole out of here though. They are all fools gold.
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Post#87 » by ILOVEIT » Wed Apr 28, 2021 3:48 am

Theory? This Warriors team can't handle any pressure which suggests they are the favorites. They only play well so far when taking the roll of the scrappy underdog. Any expectations on Nat TV etc....crumble.
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Post#88 » by TinmanZBoy » Wed Apr 28, 2021 3:48 am

no 19 years old rookie to blame for this one, the same old same old
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Post#89 » by cpower » Wed Apr 28, 2021 3:52 am

Keep JTA, one of Mulder and Lee, the rest of Nico, EP, and Poole can go....we need to pick up a few Vet PG/shooter/C next year...i also have a bad feeling about Curry's contract extension. 1+1 would work out for him better.
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Post#90 » by SpreeChokeJob » Wed Apr 28, 2021 4:00 am

They should have rested Curry and tanked this year. There’s a possibility they may not get Minny’s pick this year so is it going to be a development year next year as well?

And the players they accumulated these past two years are not going to be the future core? So what does this team have left once the old core has moved on?

Lacob desperately needs to recruit someone who knows what the hell they are doing. Unless there is some secret plan the fans aren’t in on. They drank the Spurs kool aid.
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Post#91 » by cpower » Wed Apr 28, 2021 4:09 am

wiggins has been the same player for the last 5 years .. yes he may be 5% better as a defender but he is just terrrible as a scorer option. If we want to keep him, we have to get a better scorer to be our 3rd option.
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Post#92 » by zimpy27 » Wed Apr 28, 2021 4:12 am

floppymoose wrote:Lee, JTA, Mulder and GPII can be our deep bench scrubs if they want. I want Nico, EP, and Poole out of here though. They are all fools gold.


I agree with this.
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Post#93 » by HiRez » Wed Apr 28, 2021 4:15 am

Ready to trade everyone on this team not named Curry, Klay, Draymond, and maybe Looney. For nothing.
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Post#94 » by TwoStarz » Wed Apr 28, 2021 4:34 am

cpower wrote:wiggins has been the same player for the last 5 years .. yes he may be 5% better as a defender but he is just terrrible as a scorer option. If we want to keep him, we have to get a better scorer to be our 3rd option.

Absolutely agreed. I was holding out hope that Wiggins could be that third guy, but games like this show that he is suited to be a 4th option on offense or even the 5th. Just so sad to see such an athlete have such a poor feel for the game. He’s an athlete, not a baller
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Post#95 » by ILOVEIT » Wed Apr 28, 2021 5:07 am

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cpower wrote:wiggins has been the same player for the last 5 years .. yes he may be 5% better as a defender but he is just terrrible as a scorer option. If we want to keep him, we have to get a better scorer to be our 3rd option.

Absolutely agreed. I was holding out hope that Wiggins could be that third guy, but games like this show that he is suited to be a 4th option on offense or even the 5th. Just so sad to see such an athlete have such a poor feel for the game. He’s an athlete, not a baller


Yeah...is it because he's exhausting himself every night on the prime offensive player though? I mean EVERY night...he's hot Luka....Dame...on and on....and he's trying to be really the only other scorer on this team???

I'm disappointed....but I do think that Wiggins next to Curry and Klay will be better because he won'' be trying to stop Kawhi and every other star every game.

I give a pass for that...
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Post#96 » by TwoStarz » Wed Apr 28, 2021 5:27 am

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Yes, let’s give this team a week off. You know, cause their performance has been so stellar and warriors have such high IQ players that can be just plug and play. Smart move Kerr
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Post#97 » by HiRez » Wed Apr 28, 2021 5:30 am

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Yes, let’s give this team a week off. You know, cause their performance has been so stellar and we have such high IQ players that can be just plug and play. Smart move Kerr

Um...and it's not extremely draining for the other 29 teams? I mean WTF is that? That really sounds like someone who doesn't give a rat's ass if they make the playoffs or not. When they are right on the edge of being in or out, every game counts. Dallas played LAST NIGHT, and probably practiced last week, but we're the tired team?
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Post#98 » by TwoStarz » Wed Apr 28, 2021 5:35 am

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Yes, let’s give this team a week off. You know, cause their performance has been so stellar and we have such high IQ players that can be just plug and play. Smart move Kerr

Um...and it's not extremely draining for the other 29 teams? I mean WTF is that? That really sounds like someone who doesn't give a rat's ass if they make the playoffs or not. When they are right on the edge of being in or out, every game counts. Dallas played LAST NIGHT, and probably practiced last week, but we're the tired team?

Seriously...I understand taking off practice before the kings game, but how do you call this the biggest game and give the team an entire week off. How can you as a coaching staff be so unprepared. They looked like dog ****, and the preparation showed. “Biggest game of the season”. Steve Kerr is a moron
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Re: Game 62: Dallas Mavericks (33-27) @ Golden State Warriors (31-30) - 9:30PM 

Post#99 » by WarriorGM » Wed Apr 28, 2021 5:44 am

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Onus wrote:What did Smiley do to Kerr that he could only get 6 min in this **** show

He's gotta be god awful in practice too


I doubt it. More likely a negative narrative has been attached to him for some reason and Kerr allows that to dictate his decisions instead of being able to experiment more. We've seen this before with Bell, Jones, and McGee. We're seeing more of Gary Payton II than Smailagic. The team hasn't been practicing lately how would Kerr know what these guys are capable of?

Smailagic with the highest +/- on the team at +8. Oubre with a putrid -41.
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Re: Game 62: Dallas Mavericks (33-27) @ Golden State Warriors (31-30) - 9:30PM 

Post#100 » by KevinMcreynolds » Wed Apr 28, 2021 2:03 pm

TwoStarz wrote:
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Yes, let’s give this team a week off. You know, cause their performance has been so stellar and we have such high IQ players that can be just plug and play. Smart move Kerr

Um...and it's not extremely draining for the other 29 teams? I mean WTF is that? That really sounds like someone who doesn't give a rat's ass if they make the playoffs or not. When they are right on the edge of being in or out, every game counts. Dallas played LAST NIGHT, and probably practiced last week, but we're the tired team?

Seriously...I understand taking off practice before the kings game, but how do you call this the biggest game and give the team an entire week off. How can you as a coaching staff be so unprepared. They looked like dog ****, and the preparation showed. “Biggest game of the season”. Steve Kerr is a moron


If you watch any NBA game right now, players look tired af. Nobody is giving double efforts and the quality of play is utter sh**. It makes perfect sense to rest them.
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