Saturday, December 24, 2005

Team Building

Building a team from The Saginaw News
'This is the most unselfish team I've been on in the NBA,' Richardson said. 'The guys on the floor
all play together, we all share the ball and we're trying to do everything as a team. That's the biggest change. We never used to hang out and now we're always at each other's houses, hanging out on the road. We're really getting to know each other.'


3 Comments:

At 8:24 PM, Blogger spreeforfree said...

The Dubs need a physical
presence. Maybe Ike and

...according to ESPN's Chris Sheridan:
Payaam (Maryland): Which team do you think Ron artest will be traded to?

Chris Sheridan: Golden State

 
At 11:17 PM, Blogger atma brother #1 said...

spreeforfree- Yeah I saw what Sheridan wrote in his chat. The Pacers have us waiting... Let's hope we can get a late XMas present from them.

FREE ARTEST!

 
At 2:00 AM, Blogger dj fuzzylogic said...

after watching yesterday's game versus the pistons, they actually seemed quite selfish. consecutive times down the floor, the warriors managed AT MOST one pass--turning into a 15-23 foot jumpshot, about 5 seconds off the clock, and multiple Piston fastbreaks--per possession. I liked how JRich + Murphy continually attacked the rim, but in the first half they just seemed like they were forcing the issue. In one particular series, JRich drove in, missed, then the ball popped out to murphy 23 feet deep, missed it bad, managed to get the ball back immediately after, then clanked a 18 footer, leading to a Detroit layup. What seems most problematic about this series and most of the game is the lack of an offensive set. Checking the rotations and continous passing and motion of detroit left much to be desire of the Warrior team's shoot (three point jumper) mentality.

 

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