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Interviews with prominent Golden State Warriors players, coaches, media

Eric Pincus of Hoopsworld

<p><strong>&nbsp;Warriorsworld.net hooked up with Eric Pincus, Senior Writer at Hoopsworld.com to get his thoughts on a few Warriors related topics. </strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Warriors Season Outlook</strong></p><p>The Warriors are a hard team to peg.&nbsp; My outlook on them is that I can see them winning 25 games or 45 ...

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Q&A WITH RICK BARRY

What are your thoughts on the Warriors organization? Well I'm not familiar with all the people and everything going on, the ramifications and if you're not there on an intimate basis it's pretty hard to make an observation from the outside. There's a lot of disarray and things going on there for many, many years but I want nothing else but to see the organization be successful. Mainly because I love the fan ...

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Q&A With Sekou Smith of the Atlanta Journal Constitution

For those who may not know you, give us a brief introduction about yourself. My name is Sekou Smith I cover the Atlanta Hawks and the NBA for the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Been here since 2005, before that worked for the Indy Star, left there a month after the infamous Pistons-Pacers brawl. Watching this franchise evolve from the crapper to the playoff team for the last 2 years, I cover it, blog it, twe ...

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Quick Hits With James Fox – Davidson Assistant Coach

From his freshman year to now, how has Stephen improved? Steph became more of a leader as moved from year to year. Steph is a tireless worker, so he improved every part of his game. He developed more range, he was better with the ball, his decision making improved. I could go on and on. Steph is always working, therefore he is always improving. How do you feel the adversity both individually and collectivel ...

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Where Are They Now? Ft. Andrew DeClerq

    Talk about being drafted by the Warriors, what were your initial reactions, feelings, thoughts about being drafted in the Second Round and heading out west?I was surprised and excited about the opportunity to go to Golden State. There had been talk about the late first round teams, but none of it panned out. I did not know much about the Warriors at the time, but was excited about jo ...

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Quick Hits with Anthony Morrow

  Fav. Team Moment? Individual?As a team I would have to say defeating Boston in Boston, individually I would have to say my 37 and 25 point game and victories in February vs the Clippers and Blazers.Biggest Challenge, on and off the court?My biggest challenges on the court was getting used to the grueling schedule in such little time, and also how to manage my time off the court. Off the court my ...

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Q&A with Steve Finamore

First and foremost, tell us about yourself and your coaching/basketball background Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Started to get involved in the game of basketball at the age of five. Our neighborhood was racially mixed and we played basketball in Holy Name schoolyard all day, every day. I looked up to the older players in our neighborhood and living in New York, I became a huge Knicks fan. I starte ...

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Q&A with Ray Ratto

      Warriorsworld.net hooked up with SF Chronicle Staff Writer Ray Ratto to get his thoughts on the Warriors ownership/management group.     If you were to script an ownership group's tenure, could you possibly script it worst than the reality of the Cohan regime? I think we all fall into the trap of thinking our worst guy is worse than any other area's ...

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