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Official 2009-2010 Golden State Warriors Thread (please LOCK)

Originally posted by crzy:
Looking like Anthony Morrow might start.

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Nellie says he likes 12 guys. I'm pretty sure he means Ellis/Curry/Watson/Jackson/Maggette/Azubuike/Morrow/Wright/Randolph/Biedrins/Turiaf/Moore

One thing I noticed, it's gonna be hard for Brandan Wright or Stephen Curry to get very many minutes. Also, I have no idea why Watson is still around, because there just isn't room for him here. There really aren't that many minutes to go around, which is why I'm still not over the fact that Corey Maggette is still on this team

Guaranteed at least 36 MPG
Monta Ellis
Stephen Jackson

Guaranteed at least 30 MPG
Corey Maggette
Anthony Randolph
Andris Biedrins

Possible 12 man rotation (only 240 total minutes available)
Monta (36) Curry (12) Watson (???)
Morrow (20) Azubuike (15)
Jack (36) Maggette (30)
Randolph (32) Wright (11)
Biedrins (32) Turiaf (16) Moore (???)

Irrelevant (unless there is an injury): Law, Speedy, George
No chance of making 15 man roster: Pruitt, Simpson
Morrow looked REAL SMOOTH during practice yesterday.
Via Mercury News:

Quote:
Chris Cohan is attempting to sell his 80% share of the Warriors and the price is quickly dropping, according to a report from the Mercury News.

Cohan is attempting to sell the franchise for $400M, but the price could drop into the $300M range.

Sell! Sell! Sell!

Get the f**k outta here Cohan.
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Via Mercury News:

Quote:
Chris Cohan is attempting to sell his 80% share of the Warriors and the price is quickly dropping, according to a report from the Mercury News.

Cohan is attempting to sell the franchise for $400M, but the price could drop into the $300M range.

Sell! Sell! Sell!

Get the f**k outta here Cohan.

YESSS!!!! C'MON SON...SELL THE TEAM!!! OOOOOOOWWWWW!!!!! (Best thing I've heard all week)
Originally posted by Jigga:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Via Mercury News:

Quote:
Chris Cohan is attempting to sell his 80% share of the Warriors and the price is quickly dropping, according to a report from the Mercury News.

Cohan is attempting to sell the franchise for $400M, but the price could drop into the $300M range.

Sell! Sell! Sell!

Get the f**k outta here Cohan.

YESSS!!!! C'MON SON...SELL THE TEAM!!! OOOOOOOWWWWW!!!!! (Best thing I've heard all week)


Thank god!!! Larry Ellison step right on up!!
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Kawakami is the only guy who keeps reporting that Cohan is "close" to selling.

I'll believe it when it happens.
Originally posted by crzy:
Kawakami is the only guy who keeps reporting that Cohan is "close" to selling.

I'll believe it when it happens.

I didn't even realize the article was by Kawakami. Ugh. Now I feel like I need to shower.
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Kawakami is the only guy who keeps reporting that Cohan is "close" to selling.

I'll believe it when it happens.

I didn't even realize the article was by Kawakami. Ugh. Now I feel like I need to shower.

dammit. such a buzzkill
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Via Mercury News:

Quote:
Chris Cohan is attempting to sell his 80% share of the Warriors and the price is quickly dropping, according to a report from the Mercury News.

Cohan is attempting to sell the franchise for $400M, but the price could drop into the $300M range.

Sell! Sell! Sell!

Get the f**k outta here Cohan.



SELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Originally posted by crzy:
Nellie's interview on KNBR actually made me feel a lot better. Especially his praise for Brandan Wright.

He didn't seem all too confident in Randolph though. Wright may get the start over Randolph.
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Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Nellie's interview on KNBR actually made me feel a lot better. Especially his praise for Brandan Wright.

He didn't seem all too confident in Randolph though. Wright may get the start over Randolph.

No. He just holds Randolph to a higher standard. He was complaining about Randolph's rebounding in summer league, when it was obvious that Randolph was only focused on improving his offense in summer league. Randolph's rebounding isn't even a concern. He was averaging 11 per game the last month of the season.

Brandan Wright doesn't have a chance in hell of starting over Anthony Randolph.

Right now, Brandan Wright might not even get many minutes at all.
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Originally posted by Method:

lol
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by crzy:
Nellie's interview on KNBR actually made me feel a lot better. Especially his praise for Brandan Wright.

He didn't seem all too confident in Randolph though. Wright may get the start over Randolph.

No. He just holds Randolph to a higher standard. He was complaining about Randolph's rebounding in summer league, when it was obvious that Randolph was only focused on improving his offense in summer league. Randolph's rebounding isn't even a concern. He was averaging 11 per game the last month of the season.

Brandan Wright doesn't have a chance in hell of starting over Anthony Randolph.

Right now, Brandan Wright might not even get many minutes at all.

I have a real funny feeling that Randolph is going to get 25 minutes and Wright will get 18.
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