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2009 Golden State Warriors Off-Season Thread

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Originally posted by SF69ers:
I wish we could draft John Wall

Unfortunately, we're not going to be bad enough
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
I wish we could draft John Wall

Unfortunately, we're not going to be bad enough

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Stephen Curry, Devean George, Mikki Moore and Acie Law.

I'm psyched....
Originally posted by crzy:
Stephen Curry, Devean George, Mikki Moore and Acie Law.

I'm psyched....

Nelson is a psycho as is the rest of the staff of GS Warriors.
Originally posted by crzy:
Stephen Curry, Devean George, Mikki Moore and Acie Law.

I'm psyched....

lol
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
I wish we could draft John Wall

Unfortunately, we're not going to be bad enough

yea were gonna be floating around 8-10 pick our offense alone will be the reason were not gonna be 1-3 pick bad. still have no faith what so ever until a new regime takes this franchise over
Originally posted by crzy:
Stephen Curry, Devean George, Mikki Moore and Acie Law.

I'm psyched....

In all seriousness, who do you see in our starting lineup on opening night?
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I'm betting

Monta
Jack
Azubuike
Randolph
Biedrins

This starting lineup is 80% likely for opening night
[ Edited by crzy on Sep 25, 2009 at 4:19 PM ]
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I really really hate to say this, but Warriors fans are starting to overrate Anthony Randolph.

Eventually, he's going to be very very good. But he's not going to jump to a 20/10 All-Star in his second season.
Originally posted by crzy:
I really really hate to say this, but Warriors fans are starting to overrate Anthony Randolph.

Eventually, he's going to be very very good. But he's not going to jump to a 20/10 All-Star in his second season.

Do you think he could be a better player under a different coach (this season)?

Originally posted by crzy:
I really really hate to say this, but Warriors fans are starting to overrate Anthony Randolph.

Eventually, he's going to be very very good. But he's not going to jump to a 20/10 All-Star in his second season.

I don't know crzy. I actually see this happening. We're going to have a healthy team and with Randolph's skill, I would be at the lowest, an 18/10 season.
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Originally posted by ads_2006:
Originally posted by crzy:
I really really hate to say this, but Warriors fans are starting to overrate Anthony Randolph.

Eventually, he's going to be very very good. But he's not going to jump to a 20/10 All-Star in his second season.

Do you think he could be a better player under a different coach (this season)?

Yes.

This year, I see Randolph with 14/9/1.5 blocks in around 30 minutes per game.

Next year, post Don Nelson is when he will explode. Nellie will be too tempted to play Maggette and Azubuike at power forward this season in certain matchups.
So when are the W's gonna deal Wright and what realistically can they get for him?

Can they land a first rounder for him, even if it's not a high pick, since they could be without one in upcoming drafts?
curry thinks he will be rookie of the year

i'm excited to see what he can do

and monta needs to not be a butt hurt baby if he is
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/09/26/SPA819SVGG.DTL



of interesting note

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Corey Maggette will be the sixth man. If Curry starts, Ellis plays the 2; if Azubuike starts, Ellis plays point and Jackson plays the 2; if Morrow starts, Ellis plays point and Jackson plays 3; and if Wright starts, Randolph moves to the 3 and Jackson plays the 2.

Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/09/26/SPA819SVGG.DTL#ixzz0SELwohMW
[ Edited by Conejo on Sep 26, 2009 at 9:23 AM ]
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