I know Curry's been pretty healthy this year but I'm still nervous about that ankle so he shouldn't be playing so many minutes. Mark Jackson will get outcoached badly in this series by Pop. I just hope Jackson can gain some experience and learn from his mistakes.
Why are we so bad at in bounding the ball and why was Jarret Jack the one shooting? They have to come out and play the same way they did for almost the whole game and not give the game away this time.
Why was the offense running through Jack in the 4th quarter again. They ran into this exact same problem in the last game against Denver. It killed any offense. If you're going to have Curry out anyway, you might as well let him set up the plays.
Just unbelievable....16 point lead with 4 minutes left, how the **** do you **** that up? Oh yeah, Mark Jackson's terrible rotations, Jack's tunnel vision and selfishness, Jefferson's team worst -14 in just under 3 minutes played and 2 huge blown free throws. I hate these 3 so much right now.
Last edited by JodyShelleysNo1Fan: 05-07-2013 at 03:04 AM.
Could this boost the Warriors confidence if they lose. Granted, losing a big lead is heartbreaking, but they haven't won in SA for 13 years and they are showing they can hang and play with the Spurs. It seems like the longer this game goes on, the more we can forget about the Warriors losing the lead and it's just new Basketball. Game 1's are usually the tone-setters and I would say this Game 1 is setting that tone of a close, hard fought series that might be the best of the second round.
Yeah I kind of backtracked on this statement a little, but I'm only quoting myself because there are times when I am right on this board. Game 1 was a tone setter, but instead of the warriors laying down, they seemed to only get a boost of confidence and stole game 2. This is going to be a very close series and I wouldn't be surprised if it goes all 7 games.
Basically our ****** crew umpire screwed the call up, but we aren't going to do anything about it.
When you get that type of reaction from the MLB it's not a surprise umps act the way they do.
No matter how bad of a call they make they always have the league taking their side. It was an "improper call".
It's time to get rid of umpires being responsible for making calls.
Have them on the field to relay the calls to the players, but have the K-zone for balls/strikes, and a war room for each game judging fair/foul balls, home runs, and other replay related calls.
I get that baseball is the 100 yr old sport that hasn't changed, but calls like that need to be made correctly when a team's season is often decided by just one game here or there. Something tells me that one may come back to bite the A's.