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Warriors come to town


  • Teams: Golden State Warriors (34-22) at Detroit Pistons (23-33)
  • Date: February 24, 2014
  • Time: 7: 30 p.m.
  • Television: FSD

What to look for

Over at Warriors World, Vytis Lasaitis wrote a strong preview outlining what to expect from this contest. Give it a look here.

Read about the Warriors

Warriors World


  • Feb 24, 20148:32 pm
    by Zdwtr


    f u rodney

  • Feb 24, 20148:54 pm
    by frankie d


    Bynum is the team’s best point guard.
    Jennings is really best as a 6th man.  If i had to find a role for him on my team.  Unfortunately loyer doesnt have the guts to start bynum and bring jennings off the bench.

  • Feb 24, 20149:26 pm
    by gmehl


    I can’t believe GS were stupid enough to start to centres. I mean I think we ourselves proved that that kind of lineup is doomed to fail. On that note if we win this game and NY loses which it looks like they are that is another game we have to tank to get below them. Surely we’re due for one of our league famous 4th quarter flameouts…right??

  • Feb 24, 201410:00 pm
    by something


    Bad officiating. Good for tanking.

  • Feb 24, 201410:17 pm
    by JYD for Life


    This team is just trash Almost all the way around.  
    Frankie – you’re absolutely right we need to move Jennings to a 6th man role. he can’t run an offense.  
    Rodney Suckey is awful. Black hole with the ball.  Kills all momentum.  
    Singler is a backup.  
    Smith is solid 60% of the time…like his free throw shooting.  
    Jonas should be an 11th or 12th man at this point.  
    There’s enough there where you can’t give up on Monroe.  He just needs to be coached up.  
    Drummond is really good, but also needs someone to guide him.  You can already tell he’s not happy and is probably counting down the days before he can force his way to Brooklyn or Miami.  
    This team could have used a vet like Nazr or Brand off the bench and probably would be .500 with a guy like Steve Blake starting at PG.  Seriously.  

  • Feb 24, 201410:21 pm
    by JYD for Life


    RE: Jennings – he’s reactionary with the ball.  There’s no plan and his assists are totally off of freelance plays.  Call it coaching or a lack of awareness, but that kind of thing is what kills this team.  
    You almost could survive with a real PG and Smith/Drum/Monroe front line. 

    • Feb 24, 201411:30 pm
      by gmehl


      I put it down Jennings lack of PG skills to him not playing any college ball. I mean didn’t he ride the bench a lot when he spent that time in Europe??

  • Feb 24, 201410:31 pm
    by James


    Or with a NEW GM?

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