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J.M. Poulard is the Warriors World editor. He is also a contributor to ESPN TrueHoop sites Forum Blue and Gold (Los Angeles Lakers), Piston Powered (Detroit Pistons) and Raptors Republic (Toronto Raptors). He has a particular fondness for watching Eastern Conference ball games and enjoys the history of the sport. Feel free to reach out to him on Twitter (@ShyneIV).

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The Mark Jackson Situation

Every now and then, we will tackle a topic that is largely discussed in the Warriors World Forums.   Throughout the course of the season, one topic has consistently come across in the Warriors World forums: Mark Jackson is the wrong coach for the Golden State Warriors. This is not the case of an overzealous fan base wishing to jettison their headman simply because there is a Hall of Fame coach waiting to ta ...

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Warriors Recap: Nuggets steal one

By Andrew Montanye (@iDREWiT_uP) The Denver Nuggets came into the game five and one in their last six games. When they left Oracle Arena, they were six and one in their last seven after downing the Golden State Warriors 123-116. On a night where the Warriors struggled to hit their shots like they are accustomed to doing, David Lee seemed to be leading a parade that would take the team to victory. Unfortunat ...

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3-on-3: Reactions to Toney Douglas Trade

The Golden State Warriors completed a three-team trade in which they sent out Toney Douglas and received Jordan Crawford and MarShon Brooks in the transaction. The Warriors World staff goes 3-on-3 and provides reactions. 1. Warriors were linked to Andre Miller and Kirk Hinrich in trade rumors, but ultimately acquired Jordan Crawford to play backup point guard (unless another side move is in the works). Reac ...

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Warriors Preliminary Trade Grades

By Tim Greene (@tenpercenttony) Earlier this morning, the Golden State Warriors, Boston Celtics and Miami Heat announced a three-way trade that, to these eyes, projects to be a rare win-win(-win). The Warriors get some much-needed offensive firepower for their woefully undergunned second unit, the Heat shed some salary and receive another 3-and-D guard to slot into their rotation and the Celtics acquired a ...

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Warriors Make Moves

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Golden State Warriors have thrown their hat into the trade market: As part of a three-team deal, the Boston Celtics have traded guards Jordan Crawford and MarShon Brooks to the Golden State Warriors, league sources told Yahoo Sports. The Warriors will send guard Toney Douglas to the Miami Heat, and Miami sends center Joel Anthony and a future first-round ...

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3-on-3: Warriors Shadow Contenders for Title?

Grantland’s Zach Lowe wrote a terrific piece on the Golden State Warriors in which he reveals that the Dubs might be a shadow contender (seriously, give it a read). The article prompted the Warriors World staff to discuss some of the points he addressed in this most recent installment of 3-on-3. 1. What backup point guard should the Dubs be trying to acquire? Jordan Ramirez: Nate Robinson. Denver's other po ...

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Harrison Barnes: Future Star or Rotation Guy?

  The worst thing Harrison Barnes has done in his professional career is perform before a national stage during the postseason. After a relatively average rookie campaign with a few highlights here and there, Barnes went through what we might qualify as an out of body experience during the 2013 playoffs. With David Lee injured, the former North Carolina Tar Heel became the starting power forward for the Gol ...

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Rehabilitating David Lee

By Tim Greene (@tenpercenttony) Fans are fickle. Our estimations of certain players shift drastically from season to season, and often from game to game. Rooting for a winning team has a way of magnifying this tendency. The nagging flaws in a starter’s game—and every starter has them—are inflated, while the skills that gave the player his position in the starting lineup are minimized. This goes both ways: r ...

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