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Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM

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Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#1 » by ducler » Tue May 4, 2021 9:03 pm

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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#2 » by ILOVEIT » Tue May 4, 2021 9:51 pm

Three things of note from last night:
1 - Warriors seemed to play man to man and only switched out when they were forced into it.
2 - Really REALLY noticed how many scores came out of Curry just being on the floor. The "keep" play worked at least 4 obvious times. Several times guys got wide open dunks at the rim based on two men jumping at Curry.
3 - Does anyone have the Warriors record WITHOUT Oubre they look so much better offensively and defensively without him.
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#3 » by Dom801e » Tue May 4, 2021 10:29 pm

ILOVEIT wrote:3 - Does anyone have the Warriors record WITHOUT Oubre they look so much better offensively and defensively without him.


6-4
Some other interesting notes on other records without specific players.

Biggest gap: Without Wiseman 15-11
Best record: Without Bazemore 4-1
Only players where team has losing record if they are out: Steph, Draymond, Looney.
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#4 » by WarriorGM » Tue May 4, 2021 10:30 pm

ILOVEIT wrote:Three things of note from last night:
1 - Warriors seemed to play man to man and only switched out when they were forced into it.
2 - Really REALLY noticed how many scores came out of Curry just being on the floor. The "keep" play worked at least 4 obvious times. Several times guys got wide open dunks at the rim based on two men jumping at Curry.
3 - Does anyone have the Warriors record WITHOUT Oubre they look so much better offensively and defensively without him.


Regarding your point 3, by my count the Warriors have a 6-4 record when Oubre doesn't play with losses to Portland, Phoenix, Boston and Minnesota. Curry didn't play in the Phoenix game. Margin of the losses were small in in the Portland and Boston games. Most of the wins came against losing teams like Cleveland, Houston, and Oklahoma City though.
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#5 » by ILOVEIT » Tue May 4, 2021 10:36 pm

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ILOVEIT wrote:Three things of note from last night:
1 - Warriors seemed to play man to man and only switched out when they were forced into it.
2 - Really REALLY noticed how many scores came out of Curry just being on the floor. The "keep" play worked at least 4 obvious times. Several times guys got wide open dunks at the rim based on two men jumping at Curry.
3 - Does anyone have the Warriors record WITHOUT Oubre they look so much better offensively and defensively without him.


Regarding your point 3, by my count the Warriors have a 6-4 record when Oubre doesn't play with losses to Portland, Phoenix, Boston and Minnesota. Curry didn't play in the Phoenix game.


Thanks....the eye test tells me Warriors are so much more fluid and organized without him mucking up spacing.
6-4 is not that massive a difference. But considering that means Warriors are playing without him as a starter....that does say a lot to me. That record really should be reversed at least to 4-6.
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#6 » by HiRez » Tue May 4, 2021 11:07 pm

Dom801e wrote:
ILOVEIT wrote:3 - Does anyone have the Warriors record WITHOUT Oubre they look so much better offensively and defensively without him.


6-4
Some other interesting notes on other records without specific players.

Biggest gap: Without Wiseman 15-11
Best record: Without Bazemore 4-1
Only players where team has losing record if they are out: Steph, Draymond, Looney.


So the Warriors record is at .508. Without Oubre it's .600 (+.092) and without Wiseman it's .577 (+.069). So wouldn't Oubre be "the biggest gap" if you mean we're better without him than without Wiseman? In terms of the number of games, sure, Wiseman is more, but since he's missed more games it's not meaningful.
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#7 » by Samurai » Wed May 5, 2021 12:21 am

Wiggins feeling it so far - keep it up!
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#8 » by cpower » Wed May 5, 2021 12:33 am

Stan Van Gundy is a NBA coach? lol i wish every opponent is going to give Curry this much room..what a joke man
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#9 » by KevinMcreynolds » Wed May 5, 2021 12:34 am

How do you get beat off the dribble by James Johnson?
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#10 » by jaymo123 » Wed May 5, 2021 12:58 am

Bazemore, Bazemore, BAZEMORE. Why does he think he can post up or dribble past 2 or 3 defenders?
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#11 » by Old_Blue » Wed May 5, 2021 1:03 am

cpower wrote:Stan Van Gundy is a NBA coach?


Yes. Just not a very good one.

Magic coach Stan Van Gundy has had to institute a no-flatulence rule because, as forward Rashard Lewis says, 'Dwight (Howard) really likes to cut the cheese.' "

https://www.usatoday.com/story/gameon/2012/10/02/dwight-howard-fart-glen-davis-orland-magic/1608867/
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#12 » by HiRez » Wed May 5, 2021 1:05 am

I'm a little behind on the stream, but I counted 6 Warrior passes picked off or thrown out of bounds in the first quarter alone. Jesus christ, take care of the **** ball.
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#13 » by NeoWarriors » Wed May 5, 2021 1:10 am

I don't know if anybody else is watching the game on league pass but... There's a pretty kick-ass high school drumming competition going on.

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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#14 » by Frozzy » Wed May 5, 2021 1:11 am

Gotta love Kerr's long ass leash on Bazemore lol
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Post#15 » by Crazy-Canuck » Wed May 5, 2021 1:12 am

Bazemore showing off his whole repertoire this game: pull ups, isos, post ups, spots up, and passing. Hes failing miserably at all of it.
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#16 » by xdrta+ » Wed May 5, 2021 1:14 am

Crazy-Canuck wrote:Bazemore showing off his whole repertoire this game: pull ups, isos, post ups, spots up, and passing. Hes failing miserably at all of it.


Yet people prefer him to Oubre.
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#17 » by floppymoose » Wed May 5, 2021 1:22 am

Bazemore has turned into a pumpkin tonight.

Bazemorella.
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#18 » by floppymoose » Wed May 5, 2021 1:27 am

Looney is so solid defensively.
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#19 » by floppymoose » Wed May 5, 2021 1:28 am

Pelicans have no chance if they are going to play like this.
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Re: Game 66 : Golden State Warriors (33-32) @ New Orleans Pelicans (29-36) - 8.00PM 

Post#20 » by jaymo123 » Wed May 5, 2021 1:42 am

Damn, Steph needs some help. Plus, he is starting to wear down a bit.

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