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  • joined Jul 07, 2008
  • last login Jul 11, 2014
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Game of Zones

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Pretty funny.

Interesting video on top NBA shooters

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Most great NBA shooters don't actually use "textbook" form, but they think they do.

Nice Harrison Barnes Mix

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Not many out there, but I thought this one was cool.

Back when the All-Star Game was fun to watch

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Hopefully Lee makes it enjoyable this year. This one was pretty awesome too. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxrT97urZoE

Black Falcon is a very offensive nickname

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Not Warriors related, but pretty funny.

Apparently the Mavs are now in the picture for Howard

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The Nets will look so dumb if the Mavs end up with both Williams and Howard, but it would suck for us and the rest of the Western Conference.

Barnes is looking like a really good pick right now on and off the floor. He looks like a really...

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Barnes is looking like a really good pick right now on and off the floor. He looks like a really hard worker, a humble guy who isn't afraid to admit that he has flaws, and somebody who cares about others. Good to see that they added another good character guy.

Best mock draft I've seen so far

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It's draftexpress, but with reasons why the teams would take the players.

Not sure if he would want to come back, but I think he's the type of backup 4 that we need. He's a...

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Not sure if he would want to come back, but I think he's the type of backup 4 that we need. He's a restricted free agent and shouldn't command much money to sign him. I don't see the Wolves going out of their way to re-sign him since they are pretty deep in young talent at the forward spots. He can be a little wild and reckless at times, but for 15 minutes a game he should be a solid contributor. He gives us some the shot blocking that Lee does not have as well as some rebounding. For 2 or 3 million a year, I think he would be worth it. Just give him a role to play and make sure he stays within that role. I know the draft is before free agency, but I'd rather just sign AR and take the bpa at 7, than to take PJ3 at 7.

Article about rooting for the tank

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I disagree with his main points. He's saying that even if we were to jump into the top 7, we still may not even get our pick. That is true, but he doesn't even state how unlikely it would be if we were to jump into the top 7. At this point, it looks like we could very well drop to the 6th worst record in the league, which would leave us with about a 4% chance of not keeping our pick. He also states that we might not get the really good player that we want. He states that Curry, Udoh, and Thompson haven't gotten us over the hump and that the next player might not be able to do it too. Personally, I'm not expecting a star if we get to keep our pick. I'd be fine with a solid starter or even rotation player. If we could get a player who is on the level of those three, I'd be more than happy. It's way better than nothing.

Garrard is our best bet. I think he fits in perfectly with what we do. Give him a few weeks to get...

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Garrard is our best bet. I think he fits in perfectly with what we do. Give him a few weeks to get the playbook down and gel with the offense, and he should be ready to go. That is if he's been staying in shape, which he probably has since he's been waiting to play. By the way, not a fan of the song, but the highlights are nice.

Hue Jackson Mic'd Up

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Very energetic when he needs to be and very composed when he needs to be. He'll get in your mug if you screw up. I like how he took charge and let Campbell know what he was doing wrong and encouraged him to move forward. Good signs from coach so far.

Raiders sign RB Grigsby to practice squad

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Very fast. Numbers from college look solid, although he was a backup in a crowded backfield.

For all the people who will miss the Ellis highlights(if he's traded) like myself, they will ...

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For all the people who will miss the Ellis highlights(if he's traded) like myself, they will almost be made up for by Iguodala if the Ellis for Iguodala trade goes down. Not that highlights matter much in terms of winning games, but in terms of entertainment value we would not be disappointed. Warning: Lil Wayne's language.

Since there some talk that we might be taking Klay Thompson, I thought I'd post some of his...

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Since there some talk that we might be taking Klay Thompson, I thought I'd post some of his highlights to get a better idea of who we'd be getting.

Warriors interview Brian Shaw

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I wonder if bringing in West is part of getting Shaw to come to join the Warriors.

DeAndre Liggins a good option in the 2nd round

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A big guard who can shoot, defend, and handle. Would be nice to have him and Reggie as our backup guards. Probably one of those guys that will break out in the NBA after being a background player in college. I'm thinking he could be an Afflalo type of player.

Tristan Thompson Declares for NBA Draft

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At first he said he was staying, but he changed his mind.

Sounds like Burks will enter draft

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I don't see how he won't be a top 15 pick. If he's available, then we need to take him.

Same record as 06-07 season right now

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Not that it means much at all, because I'm not expecting playoffs this year, but the Warriors have the same record through 66 games this season as they did in 06-07.

Center prospect Keith Benson playing on ESPN

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I've never seen him play before, and even though it's against a weaker school, he looks like someone that could help. So far he's pretty much dominating. If he plays well in a tournament game against a high quality school, I could see him jump into the lottery. I wouldn't mind using our lottery pick on him.

Steinmetz: Thornton could be Williams' replacement

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I don't really agree with his assesment. Reggie is a shooting guard, not a small forward. My assesment is that Thornton was brought in to backup Wright so that Reggie can stick to playing in the backcourt where he's at his best. I don't see how Thornton could be a replacement for Reggie. They are 2 completely different players. The fact of the matter is that we didn't have a back up 3 and now we have one. Whether he's a good one for us or not is yet to be determined, but I don't think this has to do with trying to replace Williams at all. If the Warriors front office is smart they won't let two quality shooting guards walk in back to back seasons.

Here's a list of the potential center prospects for the upcoming draft(s). Just decided to post...

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Here's a list of the potential center prospects for the upcoming draft(s). Just decided to post this because these guys are probably our most realistic bet at getting better at center unless we are somehow able to lure a free agent center in. If Kanter is off the board by the time we pick, then I would go with the best available player and take a shot at Keith Benson in the 2nd round. He's got a lot of tools, athleticism, and has a good frame. If he could put some more weight on and develop his post game some more, he could be a real steal in the 2nd round. Centers Comments 1. Enes Kanter 6-11 261 PF/C Kentucky Fr. Top 5 pick on talent. Eligibility and knee problems could derail his stock. 2. Lucas Nogueira 7-0 200 PF/C Estudiantes 1992 Bigtime athlete & shot blocker. Length and agility very intriguing. Raw. 3. Fab Melo 7-0 255 C Syracuse Fr. Dropped substantial weight and shows a lot of potential but needs time. 4. Jonas Valanciunas 6-11 240 C Lietuvos Rytas 1992 U18 MVP w/ 31. Needs bulk. Skill level is high for age and plays w/ passion. 5. Mason Plumlee 6-10 240 PF/C Duke So. Lacks post skills, but tremendous size and athleticism. 6. Greg Smith 6-10 249 PF/C Fresno St. So. Focused young post with tremendous strength. 7. Renardo Sidney 6-10 275 PF/C Mississippi St. So. Has lotto talent but hasn't played to his ability in 3 years. Does he want it? 8. Meyers Leonard 7-0 245 C Illinois Fr. A couple years away but very agile bigman that shows nice potential. 9. Keith Benson 6-11 225 C Oakland Sr. Hopefully he put the summer to good use in weight room. Has touch. 10. Dejan Musli 7-0 247 C Caja Laboral 1991 Lacks star potential but very long and skilled. Homeless man's Vlade. Denzel Bowles 6-10 255 PF/C James Madison Jr., Yancy Gates 6-9 255 PF/C Cincinnati Jr., Jon Kreft 7-0 240 C Florida St. Jr., Gary McGhee 6-11 238 C Pittsburgh Sr., Robert Sacre 6-11 255 C Gonzaga Jr., Giorgi Shermadini 7-0 245 PF/C Panathinaikos (currently on loan with Union Olimpija) 1989, Joshua Smith 6-10 305 C UCLA Fr., Mike Tisdale 7-1 255 C Illinois Jr., Tony Woods 6-10 240 C N/A Jr., Tyler Zeller 6-11 240 PF/C North Carolina Jr. Here's a link to Keith Benson highlights. The guy looks like he could be a better shooting, less powerful and skinnier version of DeAndre Jordan. He's definitely got some skills to build on. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekNfbYNNswU

http://www.nbadraft.net/ranking/positional

Dave Chappelle with Warrior Girls

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Where has he been? He needs to come back and start another show. This is pretty cool though.

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