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  1. #61
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    **** this game. The warriors basically shot themselves out of the game.

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    God damn it. ****ing Orlando.

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    **** Orlando....hope all 800 people in attendance enjoyed that.
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    Wsw, weaksauce warriors. Not even 70 posts for this game thread... it's cool we'll get the Hawks. There's no way we lose. We have not lost the second of a back to back this season I think. I don't even think we have even lost consecutive games.

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    Klay thompson... see what happens when you smoke weed instead of going to the shoot around..

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    I missed the game was busy writing and recording music and just forgot. Sounds like a ruff game I don't get y we can't beat Orlando but we can handle everyone else


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    I think maybe what would help against a team like Orlando is size they play a lot of small ball. Even though jack onthe court is really effective for us maybe In games like that we should have more Barnes/Green and more Ezeli then Landry


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    Ezeli struggled. We needed more of Landry and better shooting in the 4th



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bayareaboy View Post
    I missed the game was busy writing and recording music and just forgot. Sounds like a ruff game I don't get y we can't beat Orlando but we can handle everyone else
    its not that orlando is that great.... it wasnt even competitive. it looked like the warriors didnt even try to be honest. They didnt look to score when they had it... they didnt work to create decent shots. it was like they took the night off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bayareaboy View Post
    I think maybe what would help against a team like Orlando is size they play a lot of small ball. Even though jack onthe court is really effective for us maybe In games like that we should have more Barnes/Green and more Ezeli then Landry
    I've been thinking the same thing. In fact, I came here deliberately to post a similar comment. Why does Jackson give up all that height and the rebounding, put-backs and 2nd-chance points that go with it? And our fast break suffers if we don't get defensive boards.

    Does the additional scoring potential compensate for the lack of size? I wonder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COOLbeans View Post
    Ezeli struggled. We needed more of Landry and better shooting in the 4th
    Is losing with Landry on the floor better than losing with Ezeli? Not to denigrate Landry...he's clearly an asset...but Ezeli has to learn to piss with the big dogs. And that'll take experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFChuck View Post
    Is losing with Landry on the floor better than losing with Ezeli? Not to denigrate Landry...he's clearly an asset...but Ezeli has to learn to piss with the big dogs. And that'll take experience.
    hes a number 30 overall pick, he's a big guy (which usually takes the longest to develop), and hes not only a rotational player but a starter on a top 10 team in the league. Given those facts- Ezeli is being given more opportunity than any reasonable person could request.
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