Saturday, December 13, 2008

POSTGAME: ROCKETS - 12/12/08

Randolph's energy, aggressiveness, and defense
turned a blowout into a much closer game


MVW: Anthony Randolph

The Good
Anthony Randolph: 24 min, 7-16 fg, 10 reb, 6 off, 3 blk, 15 pts
Andris Biedrins: 26 min, 8-14 fg, 12 reb, 3 blk, 18 pts
C.J. Watson: 32 min, 7-13 fg, 2-4 3pt, 6 reb, 2 stl, 17 pts
Anthony Morrow: 26 min, 6-13 fg, 4 reb, 15 pts
Marco Belinelli: 30 min, 6 reb, 3 ast, 2 stl
Kelenna Azubuike: 22 min, 4-8 fg, 1-1 3pt, 4 reb, 4 ast, 11 pts
Rob Kurz: 16 min, 4-4 fg, 1-1 3pt, 2 ast, 3 blk, 10 pts
Marcus Williams: 10 min, 3 ast

The Bad
Marco Belinelli: 26 min, 4-15 fg, 0-6 3pt
Jamal Crawford: 25 min, 1-7 fg, 4 pts

The Ugly
Stephen Jackson: 31 min, 2-14 fg, 0-3 3pt, 3 to, 8 pts

Best and Worst +/-
Marcus Williams: +7
Rob Kurz: +6
Stephen Jackson: -18

Team Statistics
Warriors : Rockets
pts - 119 : 96
fg - 43-107 (.402) : 41-88 (.466)
ft - 18-25 (.720) : 30-32 (.938)
3pt - 4-22 (.182) : 7-17 (.412)
reb - 50 : 52
oreb - 23 : 13
ast - 23 : 26
to - 10 : 15
stl - 9 : 3
bs - 10 : 4
fastbreaks - 22 : 9
points in the paint - 56 : 56

Boxscore
Highlights
Popcorn Machine's GameFlow


Belinelli had a tough match-up with the return of T-Mac

Notes
  1. Tracy McGrady back, Artest out; No Wright, Maggette, Turiaf, or Ellis
  2. starters: Watson/Crawford/Morrow/Jackson/Biedrins
  3. Morrow hits first shot for Warriors after 4 failed possessions
  4. Morrows shooting freely, but not much dropping early
  5. careless turnover by Jackson; open but passed (new Nellie philosophy?)
  6. Crawford always plays passing lanes well
  7. missing 9 of first 11 shots
  8. Biedrins only one rebounding; small ball will fail in long run unless smalls start playing tough, smothering defense
  9. Yao gets 2 fouls w/ 2:48 left in 1st Q
  10. Belinelli enters, drives, dishes for assist
  11. Jackson/Belinelli/Randolph/Watson/Azubuike
  12. Watson ties it at 26 with another Watson steal and drive; take lead after hitting the free-throw
  13. Azubuike seems to be a more willing passer now
  14. fadeaway long 2 by Belinelli; Warriors heating up
  15. Randolph always involved
  16. Jackson shooting poorly again
  17. Watson with 3rd steal; 8:45, 2nd Q
  18. Rockets go on 7-0 run
  19. 48-37 w/ 5:37, 2nd Q
  20. Jackson should limit his shots to drives
  21. another careless turnover by Jackson
  22. getting nothing from Crawford tonight
  23. Randolph with an offensive board over Yao and dunk
  24. GSW 50 HOU 61 at the half
  25. 1st Half Leaders: Watson & Biedrins 10 pts, Biedrins 6 reb, Jackson 3 ast, Biedrins 2 blk, Watson 2 stl (should be 3)
  26. Biedrins can't stop Yao alone; try Randolph at PF; Warriors missing Turiaf due to flu
  27. Biedrins doesn't make top 5 center list for Van Gundy and Mark Jackson; no one on a team w/o a sub-500 record qualifies in there mind; Biedrins proceeds to show up Yao in 2 straight possessions
  28. Jackson missing wide open 3
  29. Watson and Biedrins only Warriors shooting over 50%
  30. Kurz hits a 3
  31. Belinelli's shots are in and out; team 4-15 3pt
  32. Rockets pulling away in 3rd
  33. Randolph iso from top of key always stressful to watch
  34. Kurz shooting very well
  35. Crawford hits first fg w/ 10:35, 4th
  36. no defense
  37. Marcus Williams sighting; making nice passes to set up teammates in the paint
  38. Randolph gets two easy dunks in 4th; called for goaltending on clean block
  39. Williams should be able to take Aaron Brooks
  40. Warriors creeping back in
  41. Morrow feeling it now
  42. backups of backups making the run possible
  43. Randolph messes up easy fast break; bad turnover - errant pass to Kurz
  44. Randolph with 3 blocks and a fine shooting game
  45. Kurz blocking 3 shots as well
  46. Belinelli's 3 just won't fall
  47. Marcus Williams showing why he's the best passer on the Warriors, but missed long perimeter shots may nail him to the bench; historically, he's a decent long range shooter - he may just be rusty
  48. great effort and energy from the young guys; vets rested for back-to-back match-up vs. Nuggets
  49. GSW 108, HOU 119 - Record: 7-16, tied for 6th worst record
  50. Warriors hit the offensive glass but shot terribly, especially from 3 pt range
  51. 6 Warriors score in double figures for the 3rd straight game
  52. enjoyed watching the young guys play meaningful, long stints; excited about Randolph's future!

The reliable Biedrins turns in another solid performance


Postgame Quotes

Don Nelson
On Tonight's Game:
“Well there you have it. We didn’t make enough shots for us to win. We missed too many defensive assignments, I thought, to give ourselves a real good chance. I thought we played hard and tried and did a lot of good things and moved the ball. Coach has no complaints about the game, I enjoyed the game actually and thought we competed. I had to keep an eye out for tomorrow, and that’s why I subbed with nine minutes to go, or whatever it was.”


On Stephen Jackson:
"I think Jack (Stephen Jackson) is a little bit more left-handed than we talk about because he does like to go left and use that left hand. Even though the injury is on his left and he is a right-handed player he uses his left a lot.”


Anthony Morrow
On Tonight's Game:
“They are a great team. They are very tough to guard. It’s one where we gotta continue to play hard and just do what we do. We showed a lot of heart at the end, so hopefully we can build on this and take some momentum to Denver.”



The starters watched from the bench as the young
squad brought them back into the game

Related Links
The Young and the Rested (Warriors 108, Rockets 119) - Adam Lauridsen
Anthony Randolph has more success near the basket than he does away from it - Matt Steinmetz
Team really short-handed - Janny Hu
Golden State misfires - Janny Hu
McGrady dominant in return as Rockets top Warriors - The Sports Network
Warriors help out Yao, Rockets - Curtis Pashelka CCT
McGrady's return sparks Rockets win - Houston Chronicle


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Friday, December 12, 2008

WILL NELLIE RELENT?



After two very good showings, and above average production throughout the year despite sporadic minutes, Nellie may finally be ready to unleash Marco Belinelli. It's been well known that Belinelli was disgruntled about his lack of playing time and it was even rumored that he asked to be traded. But the team's recent struggles and lack of ball movement has given Belinelli new life...for now. His passing, perimeter shooting, vastly improved ability to finish at the rim, and his adequate defense make him a player that deserves to be a part of Nelson's rotation long term. He gives the Warrior an entirely different type of player that is talented enough to run the team because of his understanding of the game, ball handling, his unselfishness, and his skill-set.

If Belinelli can consistently play like he had recently, Nelson will have little choice but to give him an expanded role and more minutes on a nightly basis.


Rookie Season


Current Season

Thursday, December 11, 2008

PROSPECT PERFORMANCES - 12/10/08


Jordan Hill: Arizona 69, San Diego St. 56
40 min, 8-14 fg, 0-0 3pt, 9-12 ft, 3 off, 14 reb, 4 ast, 1 to, 1 stk, 6 blk, 2 pf, 25 pts

Chase Budinger: Arizona 69, San Diego St. 56
38 min, 6-15 fg, 2-5 3pt, 0-0 ft, 2 off, 6 reb, 0 ast, 3 to, 1 stk, 0 blk, 3 pf, 14 pts

Nick Calathes: Florida 94, Fla Gulf Coast 60
30 min, 2-6 fg, 1-3 3pt, 2-3 ft, 0 off, 4 reb, 9 ast, 0 to, 2 stk, 0 blk, 1 pf, 7 pts

Blake Griffin: Oklahoma 78, Maine 52
26 min, 11-13 fg, 0-0 3pt, 0-1 ft, 2 off, 10 reb, 3 ast, 0 to, 2 stk, 3 blk, 2 pf, 22 pts

Austin Daye: Gonzaga 74, Washington St. 52
27 min, 5-10 fg, 2-4 3pt, 0-0 ft, 0 off, 5 reb, 0 ast, 2 to, 1 stk, 2 blk, 2 pf, 14 pts

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

POSTGAME: BUCKS - 12/10/08

Belinelli may have solidified his spot in the rotation

MVW: Marco Belinelli

The Good
Marco Belinelli: 14 min, 5-7 fg, 1-2 3pt, 3 reb, 2 ast, 15 pts
Andris Biedrins: 20 min, 6-9 fg, 6-6 ft, 14 reb, 2 ast, 4 bs, 18 pts
C.J. Watson: 33 min, 7-11 fg, 4-4 ft, 7 reb, 4 ast, 19 pts
Anthony Morrow: 31 min, 6-12 fg, 2-2 ft, 16 pts
Stephen Jackson: 45 min, 5 reb, 8 ast, 4 stl, 21 pts
Ronny Turiaf: 30 min, 4-4 fg, 3-3 ft, 5 reb, 4 blk, 11 pts
Kelenna Azubuike: 28 min, 5-9 fg, 1-1 3pt, 8 reb, 1 bs, 13 pts
Jamal Crawford: 33 min, 7 ast

The Bad
Jamal Crawford: 33 min, 2-8 fg, 4 pts
Ronny Turiaf: 30 min, 3 to

The Ugly
Stephen Jackson: 45 min, 7-23 fg, 1-8 3pt, 3 ba

Best and Worst +/-
C.J. Watson: +25
Stephen Jackson: +22
Marco Belinelli: +21
Kelenna Azubuike: +21
Anthony Morrow: -3

Team Statistics
Warriors : Bucks
pts - 119 : 96
fg - 43-88 (.489) : 37-86 (.430)
ft - 27-33 (.818) : 16-21 (.762)
3pt - 6-20 (.300) : 6-14 (.429)
reb - 47 : 44
oreb - 10 : 10
ast - 27 : 17
to - 10 : 15
stl - 6 : 4
bs - 9 : 6
fastbreaks - 19 : 8
points in the paint - 50 : 46

Boxscore
Highlights
Popcorn Machine's GameFlow


Jackson went 7-23 fg.....another poor shooting night

Notes
  1. starting lineup: Crawford, Watson, Morrow, Jackson, Biedrins
  2. small ball extreme
  3. keys to the game: 1 - overpass early 2- make redd turn blue 3 - defensive accountability
  4. Morrow hits first 2 shots for Warriors...I sense a big game from him!
  5. Biedrins with a nice block on Bogut's jump hook
  6. Redd vs. Watson a tough matchup
  7. lots of jumpers early in the possession
  8. Wow, Watson passed off a drive to the hoop!
  9. Biedrins gobbling up boards
  10. Watson knocking down his shots
  11. Morrow with 3 swishes from +18 ft out
  12. Biedrins has come a long way with his post moves; can't wait to see how Wright, Henndrix, and Randolph develop
  13. very nice assist by Watson; normally he would try to draw the foul while chucking it up - this time he found cutting Jackson
  14. Turiaf in for Biedrins, 2:39 left in 1st Q
  15. Warriors should have looked for the perfect shooting Morrow more
  16. Jackson off so far...missing first two 3pt attempts
  17. Crawford hits buzzer beater - GS 30 MIL 22 end of 1st Q
  18. Morrow back in to start 2nd Q, no Belinelli yet after such a great game vs. OKL
  19. Warriors passing and cutting very well tonight
  20. Turiaf very active on both ends
  21. Morrow misses 1st two shots of the quarter
  22. Azubuike trying to get to the line on each drive, but not getting the whistle
  23. Belinelli in at 6:04 left in 2nd Q
  24. Azubuike and Maggette need to pass more! Buke forcing everything....wide open teammates, but does not pass - get his 3rd pf and hits the bench
  25. Randolph in at 3:20 mark of 2nd Q - Belinelli, Biedrins, Morrow, Crawford, Randolph
  26. Belinelli hits his 1st shot...a 3 pointer w/ assist coming of an offensive rebound from Biedrins
  27. Biedrins perfect 4 of 4 from line
  28. Villanueva with 4 blocks and playing good defense
  29. GS 55 MIL 50 at the half
  30. Leaders: Biedrins 12 pts, Biedrins 12 reb, Crawford 5 ast, Biedrins 3 blk
  31. starting lineup starts the 3rd Q
  32. Morrow and Jackson hit two 3's
  33. 11-2 run by the Warriors to start the 3rd Q
  34. Villanueva would make for a good big in Nellie's system
  35. Biedrins with a monster block on Villanueva
  36. Bucks trim lead to 4
  37. Morrow rails in 3 with shotclock expiring
  38. Ridnour answers with back-to-back jumpers
  39. Jackson forcing it in the middle...over-dribbling
  40. Watson rebounds Belinelli miss and scores off Bogut
  41. Belinelli finishing extremely well this year
  42. Belinelli at PG works, would pair well with Monta
  43. Jackson continues to jack up 3's even on cold shooting night; Warriors aren't in behind, why not work for a better shot
  44. Belinelli with shake n bake + assist to Watson, beautiful
  45. Belinelli knows when he has a chance to finish a drive and when to dump it off to a teammate...unlike Azubuike
  46. hello Nelson! play Belinelli more!
  47. AMAZING BEHIND THE BACKBOARD SHOT BY BELINELLI!! Larry Bird...Eat your heart out
  48. Warriors win 2 in a row, GSW 119 MIL 96; I'm for tanking, but a win where the young guys get plenty of run is ok by me
  49. this game better solidify Belinelli's role as a rotation player that could handle the ball, pass, and score in so many ways....plays decent defense too

Biedrins was his usual productive self - 18 points, 14 rebounds, 4 blocks

Postgame Quotes

Don Nelson
On Tonight's Game:
“Well what I liked most about the game was 27 assists and sharing the ball and moving the ball and doing a lot of good things. We reverted back in the second quarter, but came out of it and got back in the second half moving the ball. I think we had gutsy performances. We were pretty good defensively, I thought the small lineup was good for us, in this game and everybody basically did their job and tried to do what we’ve been working in practice the last few days. I was coaching the score, guys that were in there when we were playing well and made our run I just went with them I didn’t know about combinations. It was going to be (Stephen Jackson) Jack and four guys basically, as long as he could go with his hand. I liked the way Jackson was playing on the defensive end, he was moving the ball and he did get a number of assists. Still as a team we really played well.”

On Marco Belinelli:

“I thought he came in and played the way I pictured him playing when we drafted him. I think it’s been good for both players. I think he and (Anthony) Morrow really competed hard this year and we felt as a staff that Morrow had won the battle, but it's very close. I think the more we move the ball the better Belinelli is in that system. So he’s had his two best games the last two games in which we made an emphasis of ball movement. So I'm very happy with his performance and I’m happy for him. He’s waited a long time to have a game like that. He’s a unique player because he can makes plays as well as score and shoot so he’s intriguing that way.”


Marco Belinelli
On Tonight's Game:

“If I get my opportunity to play, I can give something. For me, this was important because I think that I can help this team. I believe in all our people, we are young, we like to run, and if we stay aggressive we can win a lot of games.”

Andris Biedrins
On Marco Belinelli:
“He had a really great game. He works hard everyday in practice and you can see that. He had a great game last game and now he’s beginning to feel good about himself.”


Belinelli Rainbow Floater behind the backboard
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Related Articles
Jackson, Belinelli lead Warriors - Associated Press
Warriors cruise past Bucks - Mercury News
All-for-one Warriors jet past Bucks - San Francisco Chronicle
A creeping issue: Warriors are 4-2 without Maggette, 3-13 with him - Tim Kawakami


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PROSPECT PERFORMANCES - 12/09/08


Damion James: Texas 67, Villanova 58
29 min, 7-11 fg, 2-3 3pt, 0-2 ft, 2 off, 6 reb, 2 ast, 0 to, 0 stk, 1 blk, 4 pf, 16 pts

A.J. Abrams: Texas 67, Villanova 58
36 min, 8-18 fg, 4-9 3pt, 6-9 ft, 0 off, 2 reb, 4 ast, 0 to, 1 stk, 0 blk, 2 pf, 26 pts

Stephen Curry: Davidson 68, West Virginia 65
40 min, 9-27 fg, 4-16 3pt, 5-6 ft, 1 off, 4 reb, 10 ast, 8 to, 4 stk, 2 blk, 3 pf, 27 pts

Monday, December 8, 2008

PROSPECT PERFORMANCES - 12/08/08



Samardo Samuels: Louisville 78, Lamar 56
26 min, 6-10 fg, 0-0 3pt, 3-7 ft, 2 off, 6 reb, 0 ast, 2 to, 1 stk, 1 blk, 3 pf, 15 pts

Earl Clark: Louisville 78, Lamar 56
31 min, 3-6 fg, 0-0 3pt, 0-0 ft, 1 off, 6 reb, 5 ast, 1 to, 1 stk, 0 blk, 1 pf, 6 pts

Greg Monroe: Georgetown 100, Savannah St. 38
20 min, 4-6 fg, 0-0 3pt, 5-7 ft, 3 off, 7 reb, 1 ast, 0 to, 1 stk, 3 blk, 1 pf, 13 pts

PROSPECT PERFORMANCES - WEEKEND EDITION

December 5, 2008


Chase Budinger: Texas A&M 67, Arizona 66
40 min, 5-13 fg, 3-6 3pt, 2-2 ft, 0 off, 6 reb, 7 ast, 6 to, 2 stk, 0 blk, 2 pf, 15 pts

Jordan Hill: Texas A&M 67, Arizona 66
27 min, 10-15 fg, 0-0 3pt, 0-2 ft, 3 off, 8 reb, 2 ast, 3 to, 0 stk, 2 blk, 3 pf, 20 pts

December 6, 2008


DeJuan Blair: Pittsburgh 80, Vermont 51
23 min, 5-11 fg, 0-0 3pt, 3-6 ft, 7 off, 16 reb, 1 ast, 2 to, 1 stk, 2 blk, 3 pf, 13 pts

Stephen Curry: Davidson 72, N.C. State 67
39 min, 15-33 fg, 4-14 3pt, 10-13 ft, 1 off, 2 reb, 3 ast, 4 to, 3 stk, 0 blk, 2 pf, 44 pts

Greg Monroe: Georgetown 73, American 49
27 min, 3-7 fg, 0-1 3pt, 2-3 ft, 1 off, 5 reb, 4 ast, 4 to, 1 stk, 2 blk, 0 pf, 8 pts

Gani Lawal: Georgia Tech 63, Vanderbilt 51
27 min, 3-10 fg, 0-0 3pt, 2-7 ft, 7 off, 12 reb, 1 ast, 5 to, 0 stk, 1 blk, 4 pf, 8 pts

A.J. Ogilvy: Georgia Tech 63, Vanderbilt 51
30 min, 5-11 fg, 0-1 3pt, 5-8 ft, 4 off, 7 reb, 1 ast, 7 to, 0 stk, 3 blk, 2 pf, 15 pts

Austin Daye: Gonzaga 70, Indiana 54
31 min, 3-13 fg, 0-6 3pt, 1-3 ft, 0 off, 1 reb, 4 ast, 3 to, 2 stk, 3 blk, 2 pf, 7 pts

Cole Aldrich: Kansas 86, Jackson St. 62
22 min, 4-7 fg, 0-0 3pt, 5-5 ft, 3 off, 8 reb, 0 ast, 2 to, 0 stk, 3 blk, 3 pf, 13 pts

Patrick Patterson: Miami (FL) 73, Kentucky 67
40 min, 8-13 fg, 0-0 3pt, 3-4 ft, 3 off, 16 reb, 4 ast, 3 to, 2 stk, 3 blk, 3 pf, 19 pts

Earl Clark: Louisville 83, Indiana St. 43
27 min, 6-11 fg, 0-2 3pt, 4-7 ft, 5 off, 10 reb, 2 ast, 2 to, 0 stk, 2 blk, 0 pf, 16 pts

Samardo Samuels: Louisville 83, Indiana St. 43
17 min, 5-8 fg, 0-0 3pt, 1-2 ft, 1 off, 3 reb, 1 ast, 0 to, 2 stk, 2 blk, 3 pf, 11 pts

Kyle Singler: Michigan 81, Duke 73
36 min, 6-17 fg, 1-9 3pt, 2-4 ft, 2 off, 10 reb, 7 ast, 3 to, 2 stk, 0 blk, 4 pf, 15 pts

B.J. Mullens: Ohio St. 67, Notre Dame 62
18 min, 4-8 fg, 0-0 3pt, 3-4 ft, 2 off, 7 reb, 0 ast, 0 to, 0 stk, 1 blk, 2 pf, 11 pts

Luke Harangody: Ohio St. 67, Notre Dame 62
36 min, 10-25 fg, 0-0 3pt, 5-6 ft, 3 off, 16 reb, 1 ast, 2 to, 2 stk, 1 blk, 3 pf, 25 pts

Al-Farouq Aminu: Wake Forest 81, Bucknell 52
24 min, 1-6 fg, 0-1 3pt, 3-4 ft, 2 off, 6 reb, 2 ast, 2 to, 0 stk, 1 blk, 1 pf, 5 pts

Jeff Teague: Wake Forest 81, Bucknell 52
29 min, 9-14 fg, 4-6 3pt, 4-5 ft, 1 off, 5 reb, 4 ast, 2 to, 2 stk, 0 blk, 0 pf, 26 pts

Eric Maynor: VCU 66, William & Mary 50
34 min, 4-12 fg, 2-6 3pt, 5-7 ft, 1 off, 3 reb, 6 ast, 3 to, 1 stk, 0 blk, 2 pf, 15 pts

December 7, 2008


Earl Clark: Louisville 91, Ohio 56
33 min, 7-11 fg, 1-1 3pt, 2-2 ft, 4 off, 14 reb, 8 ast, 1 to, 0 stk, 2 blk, 2 pf, 17 pts

JaMychal Green: Alabama 61, LA Lafayette 44
17 min, 2-6 fg, 0-0 3pt, 0-0 ft, 4 off, 7 reb, 1 ast, 3 to, 0 stk, 1 blk, 3 pf, 4 pts

James Harden: Arizona St. 64, Nebraska 44
37 min, 6-11 fg, 2-4 3pt, 6-8 ft, 0 off, 9 reb, 6 ast, 1 to, 0 stk, 0 blk, 3 pf, 20 pts

Nick Calathes: Florida St. 57, Florida 55
35 min, 5-12 fg, 1-6 3pt, 5-8 ft, 0 off, 4 reb, 6 ast, 6 to, 1 stk, 1 blk, 3 pf, 16 pts

Patrick Patterson: Kentucky 88, Miss. Valley St. 65
37 min, 8-11 fg, 0-0 3pt, 5-8 ft, 2 off, 10 reb, 3 ast, 1 to, 0 stk, 2 blk, 1 pf, 21 pts

Samardo Samuels: Louisville 91, Ohio 56
24 min, 5-8 fg, 0-0 3pt, 9-10 ft, 2 off, 4 reb, 1 ast, 0 to, 1 stk, 0 blk, 3 pf, 19 pts

Blake Griffin: Oklahoma 69, Tulsa 44
29 min, 8-14 fg, 0-0 3pt, 3-8 ft, 2 off, 9 reb, 1 ast, 6 to, 3 stk, 3 blk, 4 pf, 19 pts

Jrue Holiday: UCLA 85, CSU Northridge 67
27 min, 5-10 fg, 2-3 3pt, 2-2 ft, 2 off, 5 reb, 4 ast, 2 to, 6 stk, 1 blk, 1 pf, 14 pts

Darren Collison: UCLA 85, CSU Northridge 67
26 min, 5-7 fg, 3-4 3pt, 0-0 ft, 0 off, 0 reb, 6 ast, 2 to, 0 stk, 0 blk, 0 pf, 13 pts