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Monday Morning Fresh

Warriors World Another week of the NBA season done which means another injury to a Warriors player.  The latest Warrior to hit the injured list is Anthony Morrow.  Morrow suffered a sprained MCL in the first quarter vs Milwaukee and  is expected to miss 2-4 weeks.  Morrow joins a long list of Warriors players on the injured list which has transformed the team into a glorified NBA Developmental team. Call it ...

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W’s Fan Feature – Jasmine Sabagquit

How long have you been a warriors fan? I’ve been a fan since I was 8, which was the time I started to play organized basketball.  I grew up watching Mully, Hardaway, and Sprewell. “Spree for three!” Fav. current Warrior? Why? Kelenna Azubuike. Ever since he got swooped up from D-League he’s improved each year.  You never see him complain about PT or anything. He just goes out there and works hard each night ...

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Monta Ellis and the Solution to the NBA’s All Star Game Conundrum

By:  Rick Blaine When Latrell Sprewell led the Western Conference All Stars with 19 points in the 1997 NBA All Star game, little did Golden State Warriors fans know that that would be the last time in over a decade that a Warrior would participate in the world’s greatest pick-up game.  Warriors fans are still waiting. Ten years after Sprewell’s last Warriors All Star appearance, a young country bumpkin from ...

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When Randolph Falls Hard

By: Sherwood Strauss This is when the inevitable becomes unbearable.  Deep down, we knew Anthony Randolph had to get hurt.  He’s all arms and legs, flying around with Gerald Wallace like reckless abandon.  Though incredibly coordinated with the ball, he’s anything but when falling (um, flailing) to the floor.  He’s a gymnast who can’t stick a landing, a cat who falls on his back.  This twisted ankle hurts b ...

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Monday Morning Fresh Ft. Geoff Lepper

Warriors World The Warriors finished the week 2-1 with wins @ Minnesota and at home vs the Kings.  The lone loss came in heartbreaking fashion as the Nuggets beat the Warriors following a rather suspicious foul call on Monta Ellis which gave J.R. Smith three foul shots with less than a second remaining.  Ellis had converted a nifty lay-up the possession prior to give the Warriors a one point lead and the op ...

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Monday Morning Fresh w/Eric Pincus of Hoopsworld.com

Warriors World The Warriors started the week in impressive fashion as they took care of the Boston Celtics at home with a 103-99 win.  Led by Monta Ellis, the Warriors erased a double digit first quarter deficit by halftime and never looked back.   The following night the Warriors made their way to the City of Angels to take on the Lakers.  The Warriors came out firing as they put together a phenomenal firs ...

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The Top 10 Warrior Moments of 2009

By:Rick Blaine Singer and songwriter Cat Stevens once said, “I always knew looking back on my tears would bring me laughter, but I never knew looking back on my laughter would make me cry.”  Stevens must be a Warriors fan.  As the year 2009 comes to a merciful end for fans of the Dubs, looking back on it might induce heart burn.  But this is the time of year for retrospectives, so prepare for a few derisive ...

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