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« on: January 28, 2013, 03:10:02 pm »

So... we're on the road, hoping to avoid our third loss and start getting some wins back (would be good to end this 4 game road trip with at least 2 wins).

Big things to look at;

1. The Return of Bogut? Rumours are circulating. Even with limited minutes this would be big for us.

2. Rebounding. We're in the top 5 in the league for rebounding this year. Much better than Toronto have been on the glass. But we haven't been rebounding well the last couple of games, we need to turn that around, starting tonight.

3. Defense. Pretty self explanatory.

4. Shooting. We started the season going 13-2 against the teams in the East and averaged over 101 points per game in those eastern match ups, however, in our 3 January games we are only scoring 88 per game on 37% shooting (granted one of those teams was the defensive Juggernaut that is Chicago).

Toronto looks like a "safe win" but in reality, it has the makings of a very tough game. Three of their last four losses came in overtime, this team is resilient. I expect a good game, a tough game. But hopefully a win.

The Warriors Luther "Come Out To Play"

Pretty sure a first round exit is a foregone conclusion for the Warriors no matter what.
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« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2013, 06:09:53 pm »

don't worry, we suck.  even if you're down by 20, we manage to screw it up. Tip off right now, best of luck....but not really.

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