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News » Golden State Warriors Notes, Quotes 2009-11-17


Golden State Warriors Notes, Quotes 2009-11-17


Golden State Warriors Notes, Quotes 2009-11-17--The Warriors lost at Milwaukee on Saturday night despite shooting 56.1 percent. It's the second time this season they've lost despite hitting at least half their shots in a game.

--The Warriors were the first Bucks opponent to shoot 50 percent or better this season.

--The Warriors have followed up all three of their wins with losses.

--All nine Warriors opponents have scored 100 or more points this season.

--Before the game, Don Nelson laughed off a CBS report that he could be fired within a week. Nelson is just 2 1/2 weeks in a two-year, $12 million extension he signed last season.

--Warriors rookie Stephen Curry has been outscored 76-20 by three guys selected after him in this year's draft -- the Pacers' Tyler Hansbrough, the Knicks' Jordan Hill and the Bucks' Brandon Jennings. Jennings broke Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's team record for points by a rookie Saturday night with 55.

--Jennings' 29 points in the third quarter were the most ever by a Warriors opponent in one period. The previous record had been 26, set by the Nuggets' Voshon Lenard on Dec. 3, 2003.

QUOTE TO NOTE: "That's probably the best rookie performance I've ever witnessed in 30-some years of coaching." -- Warriors coach Don Nelson, on Brandon Jennings' 55-point explosion Saturday night.


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Added: November 17, 2009

 

 
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