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    Golden State Warriors (7-5) @ Denver Nuggets (6-6) 11/23 9:00 PM ET








    (7-5) Golden State Warriors @ Denver Nuggets (6-6)


    Friday, November 22nd
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    Pepsi Center
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    Golden State Warriors







    Stephen Curry-Klay Thompson-Harrison Barnes-David Lee-Festus Ezeli

    Warriors Reserves

    Jarrett Jack-Charles Jenkins-Brandon Rush-Andris Biedrins-Brandon Rush-Richard Jefferson-Kent Bazemore-Carl Landry-Draymond Green-Andrew Bogut


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    Ty Lawson - Andre Iguodala - Danilo Gallinari - Kenneth Faried - Kosta Koufas

    Nuggets Reserves

    Wilson Chandler - Timofey Mozgov - Anthony Randolph - Julyan Stone- Andre Miller - JaVale McGee - Jordan Hamilton - Evan Fournier - Quincy Miller- Corey Brewer





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    We got our rematch. I'm just going to give up on "defending the 3" because we haven't done it at all this season..so until we actually show signs of it..then I'll have hope but for now..I just hope they miss or they don't hit too many.

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    So J-ham has had 21,15, 12, and 19 minutes the past 4 games...he's slowly getting consistency and he's shooting a whooping .500 from 3...so he's doing what he is suppose to be doing exceptionally.

    The only thing that can get in his way is Karl with his rotations....some folks will use Ill Will's return as his downfall but you can manage both Ill will and J-ham into the rotation. You absolutely can not take out J-Ham's production.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRAVE KID View Post
    So J-ham has had 21,15, 12, and 19 minutes the past 4 games...he's slowly getting consistency and he's shooting a whooping .500 from 3...so he's doing what he is suppose to be doing exceptionally.

    The only thing that can get in his way is Karl with his rotations....some folks will use Ill Will's return as his downfall but you can manage both Ill will and J-ham into the rotation. You absolutely can not take out J-Ham's production.
    This is the funniest thing I have read today. BK you do realize it is Coach Karl inserting JHam into the game and leaving him in for extended minutes. If GK doesn't want him in the rotation why would he put him in the rotation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eman View Post
    This is the funniest thing I have read today. BK you do realize it is Coach Karl inserting JHam into the game and leaving him in for extended minutes. If GK doesn't want him in the rotation why would he put him in the rotation?
    Happy it could make you laugh but I didn't think it was all that ridiculous to say. When Ill Will comes back, Karl can certainly just stop using J-ham and instead give Brewer more minutes...which is why I went on to say that Karl and his notorious rotations are the only thing in his way...but laughter is a good remedy.

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    This game was rigged by the same officials that cost us last time with these same guys. Warriors won the glass battle, and when they do that they win. How do you explain twice as many free throws when Denver fouled us just as much? Barnes with like 4 fouls in 6 minutes. Give me a break. Plus if u gys are honest u know landry didn't touch it last. I wish Stern cared about this and did something.
    Last edited by Over Da Pence; 11-24-2012 at 11:09 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Over Da Pence View Post
    This game was rigged by the same officials that cost us last time with these same guys. Warriors won the glass battle, and when they do that they win. How do you explain twice as many free throws when Denver fouled us just as much? Barnes with like 4 fouls in 6 minutes. Give me a break. Plus if u gys are honest u know landry didn't touch it last. I wish Stern cared about this and did something.
    4 missed free throws caused you the game in overtime. Laundry should be expecting a few warnings for his flopping and jack tripped over his own team mate and got the foul call. You shouldn't have embarrassed yourself by coming in here talking crap. Andre had a field day with your whole team anybody you guys put on him wasn't fair. So did McGee. Not to mention Ty. Take your loss and cry us a river.
    "There are only two or three superstars in the league anyways," Karl said early in the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Over Da Pence View Post
    This game was rigged by the same officials that cost us last time with these same guys. Warriors won the glass battle, and when they do that they win. How do you explain twice as many free throws when Denver fouled us just as much? Barnes with like 4 fouls in 6 minutes. Give me a break. Plus if u gys are honest u know landry didn't touch it last. I wish Stern cared about this and did something.
    Alright lets dissect this.

    • This game was rigged by the same officials that cost us last time with these same guys.
      If you actually watched the first game you would know that the very first thing that cost you the game...was your piss poor shooting in the field. Remember? 38.1% from the field, 20% from 3..60.9% from the free throw line. Missed some crucial free throws down the line to potentially ice the game? Yup..that's what happened.
    • Secondly, the refs for this game were Tom Washington, Gary Zielinski, Scott Twardoski. The refs for the first game were Derrick Collins, Matt Boland, Ed Malloy. I believe they are not the same officials...so nice try.
    • Thirdly, whoever heard of officials rigging the game for the Denver Nuggets?? The Denver Nuggets..the team with "no superstar." You kidding me? Get that weak **** out of here.


    Warriors won the glass battle, and when they do that they win.
    Welp, they didn't win. Oh well. Only won it 45-39..not a huge advantage. We had 3 more offensive rebounds and scored 5 more points off your turnovers in which you had 3 more turnovers.

    How do you explain twice as many free throws when Denver fouled us just as much?
    Humm...golden state fouled Denver 30 times. While Denver fouled Golden State 18 times. Denver didn't foul you "just as much." Double check your facts bud.

    Lets also keep in mind that Golden State can't play defense without fouling so before you go to the "golden state has twice as much fouls than denver yadda yadda yadda." Golden state gives up an average of 26.8 FTA per game (which ranks you 26th in the league) while Denver gives up an average of 21.2 FTA. So..with that in mind it hits about average for both clubs. Keep in mind that Denver's production also comes via the paint the majority of the time.

    So lets use logic here. A team that gets most of their production in the paint vs a team that fouls a lot=.......a lot of free throws for the team that gets most of their production in the paint. Got it?

    Is this how you Warrior fans react to losing cause we had another one singing the same tune in the first game? Have some class Golden State.
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    We win.

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    A bunch of stuff I just tweeted...

    Vegas has the #Nuggets over the #Warriors by 6 1/2. very close to their 6-point margin (107-101) over GSW in the previous game.

    The last DEN-GSW game went into double overtime. Gallo, Faried, Lawson & Iguodala all played 48 minutes apiece.

    In the rebounding dept, DEN beat GSW 65-54, including 23-13 offensive, in their last matchup. Partly as a result of this...

    DEN also beat GSW in points in the paint (66-42) and on fast breaks (20-15).

    DEN is currently 1st in offensive rebound rate (36.7). GSW is 13th (28.6). Look for the Nuggets to try to exploit this advantage again.

    Both DEN & GSW shot poorly last game, at about 38% each, but GSW won the 3-point battle, going 9-25 (36%) to DEN's 5-24 (20.8%).

    Last game, Klay Thompson shot 5-15 3-pointers. Gallo shot 3-11. On either team, only Steph Curry shot well from the arc, going 3-6.

    If either Klay or Gallo had heated up, the game never would have gone into overtime.
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    Warriors always shoot great against the Nuggs

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    Dumb foul J ham

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    Come on GK leave J ham in there. Even though his defense can be suspect times i'd much rather see him than Brewer

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    The Nuggs free throw shooting is ridiculous. We should be up by 5-6

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    we should break lose
    "There are only two or three superstars in the league anyways," Karl said early in the season.

    Agreed

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