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News » Golden State Warriors Notes, Quotes 2009-11-25


Golden State Warriors Notes, Quotes 2009-11-25


Golden State Warriors Notes, Quotes 2009-11-25--The Warriors' 111-103 win at Dallas gave them their first winning streak of the season.

--Keith Smart coached the Warriors to the win as Don Nelson remained home in Oakland because of pneumonia.

--Despite not being present, Nelson was credited with his 1,314th coaching victory, leaving him 19 shy of Lenny Wilkens' all-time record. It wasn't the first time Nelson wasn't at courtside for one of his wins. He recorded his milestone 700th win on Feb. 22, 1992 against the Lakers despite getting ejected in the first half. Garry St. Jean coached the team the rest of the way to the 126-124 victory.

--Only six Warriors saw action in the game. Three of the six -- Monta Ellis, Anthony Morrow and Vladimir Radmanovic -- played all 48 minutes.

--The Warriors won the game despite having more turnovers (21) than assists (20).

--Warriors play-by-play television broadcaster Bob Fitzgerald missed the game because of an illness.

QUOTE TO NOTE: "This win went out to our man in charge, coach Nelson. Our guys pulled together for him. He instilled a lot of the qualities in all of us." -- Keith Smart, the Warriors' chief assistant coach who stepped in for ill Don Nelson and led Golden State to a win at Dallas on Tuesday.


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Added: November 25, 2009

 

 
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