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News » Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2009-11-30


Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2009-11-30


Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2009-11-30ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Stephen Curry, Shooting guard Monta Ellis, Small forward Corey Maggette, Power forward Vladimir Radmanovic, Center Mikki Moore. Bench -- Guard C.J. Watson, Guard Anthony Morrow, Forward Anthony Randolph, Forward Chris Hunter, Center Ronny Turiaf.

PLAYER NOTES:

--G Monta Ellis led the Warriors in scoring for the fourth consecutive game with 18 points, but his most inspired play of the night came at the other end of the court. His defense frustrated Kobe Bryant to the point where the Lakers star got a technical foul in the first quarter after getting called for charging. Bryant didn't make a field goal in the first period and was just 2-for-7 in the first half, although he did finish with 20 points, shooting 8-for-20.

--F Vladimir Radmanovic had 10 rebounds against his old mates, the second time he's reached double figures in that category since joining the Warriors in the Stephen Jackson trade.

--G Stephen Curry missed 10 of his 15 shots but still managed to score in double figures for the seventh consecutive game, finishing with 13 points. He has tallied 10 or more in every game since being benched for all but three minutes in his one and only visit to New York this season because Don Nelson felt he wasn't being assertive enough.

--G Anthony Morrow, who entered the game shooting better than 50 percent both from the field and 3-point range, hit only six of his 14 shots. It was the first time since Nov. 6 that he failed to hit at least half his shots when attempting seven or more.

MEDICAL WATCH:

--F Brandan Wright (torn labrum) underwent surgery Oct. 9. His recovery time is estimated to be six months, so there's a good chance he won't play at all in 2009-10.

--C Andris Biedrins (strained groin and abdominal muscles) hasn't played since Nov. 7. He had an MRI last Monday and was told to sit out another week. He will be re-evaluated Monday.

--C Ronny Turiaf (sprained left knee) played Saturday for the first time since Oct. 30, getting in 17 minutes. He played nearly twice as many minutes as starting center Mikki Moore, so it might be just a matter of time before Turiaf takes over the starting position until Andris Biedrins returns.

--F Kelenna Azubuike (torn patella tendon) had surgery and will miss the rest of the season.

--G Raja Bell (torn wrist ligament) is scheduled for surgery in Charlotte. It's possible he could return in as little as a month, but more likely, he will miss most -- if not all -- of the rest of the season.

--F Devean George (sore left knee) practiced Friday, but did not play Saturday. He has yet to see action in the regular season.

--G Speedy Claxton (knee) is unlikely to play this season.


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Added: November 30, 2009

 

 
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