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Jesse Taylor

Jesse Taylor writes real things with a fake name. A contributing writer with WarriorsWorld for one year, Taylor’s non-pseudonym identity has 17 years of PR and Communications experience in the NBA (Kings, Heat and Warriors), with Reebok and in the cable TV/Internet industry. A Communications major at California State University, Sacramento, Taylor’s Warriors obsession goes back to the late 80s with Sleepy and Mully.

Number of Entries : 32

The Time of a Warriors Fan’s Life

“Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened” – Anonymous It’s a sad day. Not because the Warriors lost. I’m okay with the loss. The team was far more successful than any of us realistically thought they’d be. It’s a sad day because we won’t get to watch this Warriors team play a game for another five months. No family trips to Oracle for five months. No high-fives around the living room couch af ...

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The Jarrett Jack Watch, Game #5: When Role Players Take The Lead, Something’s Gone Wrong

WarriorsWorld is providing an unbiased series of posts while watching and reporting on Jarrett Jack, and only Jarrett Jack, on both ends of the floor for the entire Western Conference Semifinals. This installment covers Game 5 in San Antonio. Jarrett Jack Watch: Game #1 Jarrett Jack Watch: Game #2 Jarrett Jack Watch: Game #3 Jarrett Jack Watch: Game #4   Sometimes the stars don’t show up. It happens in ...

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The Watch – Game #4: Jarrett Jack is Radio Raheem’s Hands

    WarriorsWorld is providing an unbiased series of posts while watching and reporting on Jarrett Jack, and only Jarrett Jack, on both ends of the floor for the entire Western Conference Semifinals. This installment covers Game 4 in Oakland. Jarrett Jack Watch: Game #1 Jarrett Jack Watch: Game #2 Jarrett Jack Watch: Game #3 With Jarrett Jack, I feel like the 5-year-old John Lennon having to choos ...

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Jarrett Jack Watch Game #3: Jack Can’t Step Up as Klay and Curry Struggle

WarriorsWorld is providing an unbiased series of posts while watching and reporting on Jarrett Jack, and only Jarrett Jack, on both ends of the floor for the entire Western Conference Semifinals. This installment covers Game 3 in Oakland. Jarrett Jack Watch: Game #1 Jarrett Jack Watch: Game #2   During the regular season, Jarrett Jack oftentimes led the Warriors to a victory on nights when Steph Curry ...

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Jarrett Jack Watch Game #2: A Much Better Performance Than We Thought

WarriorsWorld is providing an unbiased series of posts while watching and reporting on Jarrett Jack, and only Jarrett Jack, on both ends of the floor for the entire Western Conference Semifinals. This installment covers Game 2 in San Antonio. The Jarrett Jack Watch: Game #1 Writing these “Watches” sometimes causes me to get a little defensive about the guys I’m watching. My goal is to be completely unbiased ...

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Love Lost Leads? Become a Warriors Fan!

For those familiar with the Warriors this season, these last two meltdown games are nothing new. Squandering a big lead only to hold on for the win? Been there. Give up a huge lead and lose the game? Done that. The Warriors are the Bizarro Comeback Kids. They give up big leads and allow the other team to comeback. So it should be no surprise that the Warriors closed out the Nuggets round 1 playoff series by ...

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The Jarrett Jack Watch: Hate Him or Love Him, Jarrett Jack Won’t Stop

Note: Similar to the David Lee and Klay Thompson Watches during the regular season, WarriorsWorld will spend the Round 2 Playoff Series versus the Spurs examining the play of Jarrett Jack. Why Jack? Like Lee, fans have a love/hate relationship with Jack, who can look great and terrible in the same game; even the same possession. He has led the Warriors to many victories this season as a key sixth man, but i ...

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Jackson Goes Spinal Tap To Push Oracle To “11”

How to you make the most fanatic, loud and boisterous crowd in the NBA even more fanloudboisteratic? You piss them off.  You follow the lead of Spinal Tap, and take the maximum volume of 10 that is Oracle Arena and add one more to make it 11. Mark Jackson gave Warriors fans that “extra push over the cliff” for Thursday night by calling the Nuggets a dirty team that took cheap shots at his star player, Steph ...

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