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News » Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2009-12-06

Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2009-12-06

Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2009-12-06ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Stephen Curry, Shooting guard C.J. Watson, Small forward Monta Ellis, Power forward Vladimir Radmanovic, Center Mikki Moore. Bench -- Forward Corey Maggette, Forward Anthony Randolph, Center Chris Hunter.


--G Monta Ellis went the distance for the third time this season in Saturday's loss to Orlando, and he finished with 33 points. He has scored at least 33 points in all three of those 48-minute efforts.

--F Anthony Randolph returned from a two-game absence to post his fourth double-double of the season in his best outing of the year. He poured in a season-best 28 points in 35 minutes, often going head-to-head with Dwight Howard.

--F Corey Maggette air-balled a layup and made only one field goal, but he still managed to score in double figures thanks to 9-for-12 accuracy from the free-throw line. It was the first time this season that Maggette attempted at least 10 free throws in a game; it happened 19 times last season.

--G C.J. Watson, who almost was dealt to the Magic in the offseason, burned his would-be teammates for 17 points, his fourth consecutive double-digit effort. Watson started in a three-guard alignment with Monte Ellis and Stephen Curry.


--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.

--F Anthony Randolph (sprained left ankle) returned from a two-game absence Saturday and had his best game of the season. He played an energetic 35 minutes and showed no signs of his ankle injury.

--C Ronny Turiaf (sore left knee) felt some pain Nov. 30 in the same knee he injured earlier in the season, and he has been held out of the past three games. He will make the team's five-game road trip and probably will return to action somewhere along the way.

--C Andris Biedrins (strained groin and abdominal muscles) hasn't played since Nov. 7. He was evaluated Nov. 30 and was told he could miss up to another three weeks. That said, he will be with the team on its eight-day trip, so it's possible he could play during that stretch.

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

--G Raja Bell (torn wrist ligament) had surgery Dec. 1 in Charlotte. His left arm will be in a cast for six weeks, and it's expected he will miss another six weeks on top of that. That schedule could have him ready to play by March, which means the Warriors might be able to use him and his expiring contract in a deal before the trade deadline in February.

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

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