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News » Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2008-12-30

Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2008-12-30

Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2008-12-30
ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Jamal Crawford, Shooting guard Marco Belinelli, Small forward Stephen Jackson, Power forward Brandan Wright, Center Andris Biedrins. Bench -- Guard C.J. Watson, Forward Kelenna Azubuike, Center Ronny Turiaf.


--F Stephen Jackson played all 48 minutes in the Warriors' home win Monday over the Raptors. It was the third time this season he's gone the distance in a game, but his season-high for minutes (49) came in an overtime game against Miami on Dec. 1 in which he rested four minutes. Jackson scored 30 points -- matching his best since going for 32 against the Bulls on Nov. 21 -- on the strength of 10-for-10 foul shooting. He has made his last 28 free throws.

--C Andris Biedrins recorded his first double-double since Dec. 19 at Atlanta with 13 points and 15 rebounds. He also matched his season high with five blocked shots, snapping a string of five consecutive games in which he failed to block a single shot.

--G C.J. Watson hit the Warriors' biggest shot of the night, a 17-footer that doubled what had been a two-point lead with 52 seconds remaining. The reserve scored in double-figures (15) for the third time in the last four games, a stretch during which he has shot 20-for-37 and averaged 13.8 points.

--G Marco Belinelli might be shooting himself into the three-point shootout on All-Star weekend. After missing 15-of-22 from beyond the arc in the Warriors' first 23 games, he's gone 26-for-61 (42.6 percent) in his last 10 outings. He hit a season-best 5-of-8 in Monday's win.


--G Monta Ellis (ankle) has attended the Warriors' last three games, but he probably remains two weeks from making his 2008-09 debut. Ellis, who underwent surgery on his left ankle in August, has been working out lightly on his own at the club's practice facility in Oakland. The Warriors had hoped he might be able to return to team practice this week, but that appears unlikely.

--F Corey Maggette (hamstring) missed his 13th consecutive game with a slightly torn right hamstring. He participated in a half-speed workout Saturday and might return to game action on the Warriors' three-game trip that tips off Wednesday at Oklahoma City.

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Added: December 30, 2008


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