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2009 Golden State Warriors Off-Season Thread

Originally posted by ninerpride:
Listening to Steinmetz talk about the W's must be depressing for W's fans.

He's just really laying into the org.

Love Steinmetz...at least he know's his stuff
Even Ralph sounds as he's tired of it.

Heck he even showed some frustration with Nellie himself with how much Nellie kissed SJax's ass...can't remember the last time that's happened.
we're getting rid of ellis? f**k basketball
The day we trade Ellis is the day I have a second favorite NBA team.
Originally posted by Method:
The day we trade Ellis is the day I have a second favorite NBA team.

The day we trade Ellis is the day I start rooting for the Hawks and Blazers.
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Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by Method:
The day we trade Ellis is the day I have a second favorite NBA team.

The day we trade Ellis is the day I start rooting for the Hawks and Blazers.

When we trade Ellis that'll be the day...this THREAD FCKIN EXPLODES
Originally posted by DRnSFw:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by Method:
The day we trade Ellis is the day I have a second favorite NBA team.

The day we trade Ellis is the day I start rooting for the Hawks and Blazers.

When we trade Ellis that'll be the day...this THREAD FCKIN EXPLODES

i'll just go to being a fan of wherever dwyane wade, ben gordon, and james (knicks ) plays
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http://www.ibabuzz.com/warriors/2009/08/31/watson-taking-a-gamble/

I really have no idea what's going on with the CJ Watson situation anymore. I don't really care either.

Why are we even trying to keep CJ Watson. I have no idea
Originally posted by crzy:
http://www.ibabuzz.com/warriors/2009/08/31/watson-taking-a-gamble/

I really have no idea what's going on with the CJ Watson situation anymore. I don't really care either.

Why are we even trying to keep CJ Watson. I have no idea

hes good value at the price hes getting

we also put him out there as trade value to get for a sign and trade but the only offer was from the magic and the warriors rejected it, stupidly.

signed the QO so that he can be a UFA next season but that banks on him having a good year which mgiht not happen now that nellie has curry and he will be getting a majority of the backup minutes at both guard positions
Originally posted by crzy:
http://www.ibabuzz.com/warriors/2009/08/31/watson-taking-a-gamble/

I really have no idea what's going on with the CJ Watson situation anymore. I don't really care either.

Why are we even trying to keep CJ Watson. I have no idea

wait a motherf**king minute ....

did I read that right?


UGH!

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I tried being a homer for a couple pages, but that failed miserably. I was just lying to myself.

Now I'm going to try general apathy.

Damon Bruce said it best.

You should be a fan of this team, but you shouldn't be emotionally invested in this team, because they will break your heart every time.
Originally posted by crzy:
I tried being a homer for a couple pages, but that failed miserably. I was just lying to myself.

Now I'm going to try general apathy.

Damon Bruce said it best.

You should be a fan of this team, but you shouldn't be emotionally invested in this team, because they will break your heart every time.

Crzy, you have 753 posts out of the 2,769 in this Off-Season thread. You, my friend, are emotionally invested. I know, 'cause I am a recovering emotional investor. Our WFA (Warrior Fans Anonymous) meetings are every Tuesday evening behind a dimly lit Walgreen's parking lot in San Lorenzo. I usually bring fresh broken cookies from the nearby Entenmann's wholesale bakery. You can bring napkins.
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Originally posted by IWASATTHECATCH:
Originally posted by crzy:
I tried being a homer for a couple pages, but that failed miserably. I was just lying to myself.

Now I'm going to try general apathy.

Damon Bruce said it best.

You should be a fan of this team, but you shouldn't be emotionally invested in this team, because they will break your heart every time.

Crzy, you have 753 posts out of the 2,769 in this Off-Season thread. You, my friend, are emotionally invested. I know, 'cause I am a recovering emotional investor. Our WFA (Warrior Fans Anonymous) meetings are every Tuesday evening behind a dimly lit Walgreen's parking lot in San Lorenzo. I usually bring fresh broken cookies from the nearby Entenmann's wholesale bakery. You can bring napkins.

I think cheesecakes instead of cookies would be more fitting

[ Edited by crzy on Sep 2, 2009 at 23:51:57 ]
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Originally posted by crzy:

Stephen attempting to curry personal favours?
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