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Golden State scores 146 on Minnesota

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Golden State scores 146 on Minnesota

Maybe Coach Nelson is finally learning....he gave Randolph & Morrow significant playing time last night.  Both players shined.

Anthony Randolph- 30 minutes, 23 points, 7 reb, 3 steals, 3 blocks, 57%FG, 88%FT

Anthony Morrow- 37 minutes, 20 points, 4 reb, 3 assists, 3 steals, 70%FG, 5/6 3pt... 83%

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what about azabukie he

what about azabukie he never gets any love outside from the bay area local media
31 points in 29min 13-19 on fg and he shot 8 3's

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against a minny team whos

against a minny team whos pretty bad as far as defense..but when youre as bad as gs you gotta take it where u can get it

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minny sucks

what did curry drop

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GS

There are certain teams that GS matches up well against and that is other small teams. Minn is a REALLY small team so all the points the Warriors give up in the paint, and all the rebounds they lose out on are less of a problem against other small teams. Nelson didn't learn anything other than his starting C is out and Moore can't play 35 minutes. My guess is the Pacers will do much better than Minn and if Hibbert were a bit more consistent GS wouldn't stand a chance. I can't say he'll have a huge game but he'll have the opportunity to have his biggest game of the season.

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think he had 9 and 5....i

think he had 9 and 5....i hope peopel dont expect him to score alot with the gunners he has on his team

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