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News » Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2008-03-29

Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2008-03-29

Golden State Warriors Roster Report 2008-03-29
ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Baron Davis, Shooting guard Monta Ellis, Small forward Stephen Jackson, Power forward Al Harrington, Center Andris Biedrins. Bench -- Guard C.J. Watson, Guard Marco Belinelli, Guard Kelenna Azubuike, Forward Matt Barnes, Forward Brandan Wright, Forward Austin Croshere, Center Kosta Perovic.


--Point guard Baron Davis battled the flu but played 27 minutes in the Warriors' win Thursday over Portland. He took only 12 shots; rather, he concentrated on other aspects of the game and contributed seven assists, five rebounds, four steals and two blocks to the win. It was Davis' third consecutive game with four steals.

--Shooting guard Monta Ellis recorded his fourth double-double of the season with 18 points and a team-high 10 rebounds. Interestingly, all four of the little guy's double-doubles have been of the points-rebounds variety.

--Small forward Stephen Jackson drilled four three-pointers while leading the Warriors with 24 points. He had made at least three three-pointers in each of his last five games, and has totaled 23 over that stretch.

--Center Chris Webber retired Wednesday. He played briefly and generally ineffectively in his second stint as a Warrior, totaling 35 points and 32 rebounds in 126 minutes over nine games before succumbing to pain in his knee. Webber began his 15-year career where he ended it -- as a Warrior. He was the Rookie of the Year for Golden State in 1993-94 after having been acquired in a draft-day trade with Orlando.

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