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News » Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2008-09-22

Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2008-09-22

Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2008-09-22

Anthony Randolph, F, 6-10, LSU -- The slender forward will have to be more perimeter-oriented in the NBA than he was in college. Some see him as another Rashard Lewis; others say Jonathan Bender.

Richard Hendrix, F, 6-9, Alabama -- The Southeastern Conference's leading rebounder became the club's toughest interior force the minute he was drafted.


--Andris Biedrins was in the running for tournament Most Valuable Player as the EuroBasket 2009 qualifying tournament was nearing the completion of its round-robin play. Through five games, the Latvian center led all players in rebounding at 13.8 per game and field-goal percentage (65.6) and was third in scoring (23.0) and blocked shots (1.8). Only fellow NBA players Tony Parker and Luol Deng had scored more points.

--Ronny Turiaf played a key role in getting France into the second round of the EuroBasket event, averaging 11.2 points, 5.8 rebounds and 2.0 blocks in his country's first five games. He ranked second among all players in blocks, a category in which the Warriors have been particularly weak in recent seasons.

--Kosta Perovic didn't do anything at the EuroBasket tournament to cause Warriors fans to believe his loss to the Spanish League was of any significance. Playing for Serbia, the big man averaged 7.5 points and 4.7 rebounds in his first six games.

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