These last few weeks of the NBA regular season have been a bit of a snore fest, so last night I went in search of some classics and this is what I found – Game 3 of the 1994 first round playoff series between the Phoenix Suns and Golden State Warriors. It’s a belter. Charles […]
Posts Tagged ‘Golden State Warriors’
It’s coming folks. The flashes are there, now we just need consistency. He’ll get there.
There are going to be plays like that where, individually for him, his mind is going to be, ‘I’m close to being back’. For our guys, it was a ‘wow’ moment. Because we haven’t seen it. Because we’re expecting it. We know who he is. We know what he’s capable of doing. For him to […]
A word of advice – don’t listen to this BS that has started to filter through about the Warriors supposedly being better off without Andrew Bogut on the floor. I am not just being a homer here, but I think if you can’t recognise the value of a player like Bogut then you aren’t watching […]
Grantland’s NBA guru Zach Lowe had some interesting things to say today about Andrew Bogut in his weekly column: It’s important to be cautious. Bogut is on a minutes limit, and we have to see how his ankle holds up. His free throw stroke still looks funky, and he’s not getting there much so far. […]
He’s back and he’s kickin’ arse. Here’s the full game highlights at NBA.com.
We’ve got two special guests on board today, Tom Read and Benyam Kidane from the excellent blog Believe The Hype. Be sure to follow the lads during All-Star Weekend because they’ll be there (lucky bastards!) covering all the action – both on and off the court – as only they can. 1) True or false […]
In Bill Simmons’ latest podcast he spoke to the Golden State Warriors’ All-Star worthy duo David Lee and Steph Curry, and in it they had a brief but interesting exchange about Andrew Bogut and Aussies in general. Here’s what was said: BS: Can you get him back this year? Lee: I think so. He started […]
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, what a busy few weeks it’s been. If you were like me on Boxing Day you were flicking between the marque NBA games and the Boxing Day test (did the Aussies really win in two and half days?), which is as good as it gets for a sports […]