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2012-13 Golden State Warriors Thread.

Originally posted by SF69ers:
I honestly feel like Charles Jenkins could have been pretty good. Strong, physical, stout guard that could defend. Or get a tall combo guard like Evan Turner that looks to pass.

It's sad that Jenkins rots on our bench and has no trade value. I feel like he could be an asset to a pretty good team as a backup point
Originally posted by SF69ers:
I honestly feel like Charles Jenkins could have been pretty good. Strong, physical, stout guard that could defend. Or get a tall combo guard like Evan Turner that looks to pass.

You make it sound like its too late for him to develop.
Originally posted by gold49digger:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
I honestly feel like Charles Jenkins could have been pretty good. Strong, physical, stout guard that could defend. Or get a tall combo guard like Evan Turner that looks to pass.

You make it sound like its too late for him to develop.

LOL i think he's talking about possible point guards that we could have started alongside Ellis
Originally posted by YungAce:
Originally posted by gold49digger:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
I honestly feel like Charles Jenkins could have been pretty good. Strong, physical, stout guard that could defend. Or get a tall combo guard like Evan Turner that looks to pass.

You make it sound like its too late for him to develop.

LOL i think he's talking about possible point guards that we could have started alongside Ellis


ohh haha well i didnt read the whole conversation. Well in that case, yeah he reminds me of baron and him and monta meshed together beautifully.
Originally posted by SF69ers:
LOL at the bolded statement.

If that's all you think, then he was UNDERRATED. Yes, he could score, but he did much more than that. I bring this up ALL THE TIME. Every time people came on here and said Monta can't do this, or do that, he worked his ass off and proved people wrong. He became a better passer, a better defender, a better shooter outside the arc, a better free throw shooter, etc. The guy continually worked on his game and was a lot more durable than Steph. When Steph was out because of ankle issues, Monta built chemistry with David Lee and Ekpe Udoh. IMO, Udoh developed better from Monta's game.

Not gonna try and make this another Curry vs. Ellis argument, but come on. Curry could end up being the better player but he's just so limited because of his ankle.

Couldn't agree more with the bold. He created shots for his teammates better than Steph could with his ability to drive, get to the rim and attract the big men, then dish. People who say all Monta could do is score just listen to the talking heads on ESPN who kept reciting that. He kept adding onto his game every season.

Defensively, on the other hand, I have to agree that he was too undersized to guard the 2's with Curry in the same backcourt, and that's ultimately why he was traded. But it was not because he was a one-dimensional scoring guard.
boozed up don nelson in the house
Looks winable. Lee looking for a double double?
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Drummond will never be anything special in my opinion. Ezeli is just learning the game. He may end up playing many more years in the NBA than Drummond.

Drummond's already ahead of the curve. The other night against OKC he put up 22/8/2 in 21 minutes. His per 36 numbers are 15ppg, 11.8rpg, 2.3 bpg, 1.7spg, on 71.4% from the field. More importantly, his floor game is beyond his years. Solid defensive rotations, challenges shots in the paint, rolls hard to the basket off of the pick & roll, and he's very active. Detroit is bringing him along slowly, but he's gonna be ready for big minutes much earlier than I thought he'd be before the draft.

[ Edited by LA9erFan on Nov 14, 2012 at 9:00 PM ]
Harrison Barnes looking like a stud tonight!
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Drummond will never be anything special in my opinion. Ezeli is just learning the game. He may end up playing many more years in the NBA than Drummond.

Drummond's already ahead of the curve. The other night against OKC he put up 22/8/2 in 21 minutes. His per 36 numbers are 15ppg, 11.8rpg, 2.3 bpg, 1.7spg, on 71.4% from the field. More importantly, his floor game is beyond his years. Solid defensive rotations, challenges shots in the paint, rolls hard to the basket off of the pick & roll, and he's very active. Detroit is bringing him along slowly, but he's gonna be ready for big minutes much earlier than I thought he'd be before the draft.


We shall see. I still wouldnt trade Barnes and Ezeli for him. He was certainly impressive in that game though.
[ Edited by Ninerjohn on Nov 14, 2012 at 9:35 PM ]
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Harrison Barnes looking like a stud tonight!

Is this his best game thus far for the Dubs?
We are destroying them on the boards. Wow.
Originally posted by RogerCraig:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Harrison Barnes looking like a stud tonight!

Is this his best game thus far for the Dubs?

yes
Another game of way too many turnovers for the Warriors. This should have been a rout but Atlanta is right in the game.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Another game of way too many turnovers for the Warriors. This should have been a rout but Atlanta is right in the game.

Agreed. One would think the Warriors would be with a much bigger lead. If they aren't careful, they could be in a very tight game in the last minute.
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