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News » Golden State Warriors Notes, Quotes 2009-11-27

Golden State Warriors Notes, Quotes 2009-11-27

Golden State Warriors Notes, Quotes 2009-11-27--The Warriors' 118-104 loss to the Spurs on Wednesday was their 22nd consecutive defeat at San Antonio, the longest such losing streak in the league.

--No team defends the Warriors outside the 3-point line better than the Spurs. One night after hitting 10 of 21 from 3-point range in Dallas, the Warriors got off only 11 shots behind the arc against the Spurs, making three. The Warriors entered the game having attempted an average of 17.5 3-pointers per game. Last year, they managed only 10, 13, 11 and 10 3-pointers in their games against the Spurs in a season in which they averaged 18.0.

--G Monta Ellis has scored 34, 37 and 42 points in his last three games, becoming the first Warrior since Antawn Jamison in 2002 to tally 30 or more in three consecutive games.

--G Monta Ellis and SF Anthony Morrow both came out of Wednesday's contest, snapping their streak of complete games at two. They had been the first Warriors teammates to play 48 minutes in consecutive games since Wilt Chamberlain and Guy Rodgers went the distance twice in a row in 1963.

--The Warriors suited up nine healthy players for Wednesday's game, the most they've had since the Stephen Jackson trade five games ago.

--When the Warriors won using just six players Tuesday, they became the first team to do so since the Baltimore Bullets in 1952.

--Don Nelson missed both games of the trip to Dallas and San Antonio while battling pneumonia. He is unlikely to return Saturday when Golden State hosts the Lakers.

QUOTE TO NOTE: "It doesn't mean anything to me without the win." -- Monta Ellis, on his career-best-tying 42-points in Wednesday's loss at San Antonio.

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