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  • #47220
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    TallmanNYC
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    Turned on Knicks game part way through. I couldn’t figure out how they could be done this much to the Warriors. I was very confused. I looked at the Stats. Oh wait, Melo is back and shooting terribly. Ahh now I know.

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  • #754527
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    theprophet
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    that’s because it’s the warriors game, not the knicks game. warriors are getting pay back now. other people on the team have showed up this time besides steph curry’s fifty four point performance of last game. bogut it rebounding, david lee is making melo tired, and klay has been ballin’ out of his mind.

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  • #754526
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    Chilbert arenas
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    And the Warriors aren’t bad. If they were in east they could be a top three seed

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    Cavaliers420
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    Wow, the Knicks scored 63 points in total, and they’re what some consider the most likely team to beat the heat?? Also because I can recognize good defense, props to the Warriors on a great night, but DAYUM!

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    • #754564
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      theprophet
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      nine in the forth. they got worked.

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  • #754581
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    TallmanNYC
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    Sorry. This was a Knicks thread. Warriors fans I’m glad you got a win. Curry is one of my favorite players. I’d love to see him in the playoffs. But your team looks very suspect lately. If I had to guess, I think you fall out of the playoffs. Lakers are going to come on strong. Rockets continue to get better. Jazz will at least go .500 for the rest of the season. Even with all the games at home and the three game lead, I don’t know if the Warriors can hold on.

    But if Bogut is back and playing some D, I guess you have a chance. This was certainly a beating.

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    • #754619
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      Bird_Years
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      @Tallman, Since I agreed with you on the other thread I’m going to argue with you here. Warriors have been suspect lately, Jarrett Jack’s struggles being partly to blame but their schedule from here on out is fairly easy and they would have to completely bomb (go 5-12 the rest of the way) to finish 0.500. Of their remaining games, 8 are against over 0.500 teams and 9 against under 0.500 teams, so fairly average; but 11 of the 17 are at home. I’d say the odds of them finishing 0.500 are between 5% – 10%

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  • #754585
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    Mkadoza
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    Everyone played like hot garbage. EVERYONE. Even the most underrated player in the league hade 5 fouls and 4 tos to go with 15 and 6… White, Chandler, Martin, Kidd, Thomas, Novak, and Prigioni went a combined 2-21 including 0-12 from downtown. Melo would have had to dropped 40+ to even make this game competitive. Props to the Warriors for really frustrating the Knicks, but 63 points in not just great defense.

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    • #754588
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      Mkadoza
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      Plus, this is the start of the Knicks 5-Game West Coast Swing, with games at Denver, Portland, the Clippers and ends with a rematch at Utah. All on National TV. This could get ugly if the Knicks dont pull their collective heads out of there asses.

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