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What we know is Andrew Bogut is on the shelf 7 to 10 days. It could be more, but the Warriors aren’t saying. Is this a death knell for the Warriors and was it wrong to get Bogut? It certainly is too early to draw those conclusions. For the time being I take the Warriors at their word. They will not play Bogut up to 10 days. Let’s see what happens after that before declaring the end of the world.

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  1. Steve

    The death knell was bringing Mark Jackson back. Wait and see about Bogut, but hoping he returns to the player he was three years ago is Lucy in the sky with diamonds logic. Getting rid of Monta was a breath of fresh air, as the team would never improve with him and he seemed to be a cancer. To a certain degree, Myers and West appear to be using the Giants as a model; in other words, seeking out high character guys that are team rather than “me” players. The Lakers just fired Mike Brown; will the Warriors have the balls to dump Jackson if/when this season starts to go south?

    November 9th, 2012 11:28 am

  2. cara

    The Robert Parish Curse (aka Joe Barry Carroll Curse) continues!!
    Now only another ankle injury away from the first or 2nd pick in the next draft.

    November 9th, 2012 11:30 am

  3. Steve

    Cara,

    Unless the Warriors finish with no better than the sixth worst record they will not have any draft picks in 2013. Their first round pick is dependent on finishing with the 1-6 worst record; they traded their second pick for David Lee. At least Biedrins comes off the books next year.

    November 9th, 2012 12:00 pm

  4. cara

    Thanks Steve, forgot about that epic Marcus Williams trade.

    Didn’t the W’s pick up a conditional #1 for Steven Jackson last year (along w Richard Jefferson)?

    November 9th, 2012 12:46 pm

  5. Dennis

    I think it was a good trade. They seem to be doing OK when he is not on the floor. Carl Landry is really the difference maker from last year. What a great pick up. As long as Landry doesn’t get hurt, I think they will be OK. I am no longer worried about Curry. All and all they are better without Monta, as much as it hurts me to say that.

    November 9th, 2012 12:50 pm

  6. Stan

    What scares me is Bob Meyers had to concoct on TV a whole bunch of double talk about Bogut himself claiming ” I need 7-10 days”. Oh,and if medical people said everything was fine? Well,you can bet they didn’t. That Meyers isn’t upfront about it is big worries.
    Team play wise? They are better off with Festus and Lee playing center. The southbay writer who thinks Lee is a waste of money couldn’t be more wrong. He might be the best signing in years.
    Old Festus..love that name.

    November 9th, 2012 1:26 pm

  7. Stan

    Bob is not a good liar..he failed the Stan body language test.

    November 9th, 2012 1:27 pm

  8. Steve

    Cara,

    I may be wrong, but I think that 1-6 worst finish scenario is their conditional #1 pick. Lowell or someone who follows the W’s more closely may know for sure.

    November 9th, 2012 2:34 pm

  9. KauaiRobert

    Anyone else think Malone might be offered the Lakers HC job?
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    That would suck if they lost him.
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    *ALOHA*

    November 9th, 2012 4:03 pm

  10. Mark M

    Phil Jackson is in LA and appears to be relatively healthy. Does he have enough talent there to pull all the pieces together? Maybe. It’d be fun to watch him try, that is for sure. The Warriors? It all seems depressingly familiar. A curse ridden organization if ever there was one.

    Stan, ever watch Lee guard Gasol? Or any other talented big in the West? Scary.

    November 9th, 2012 9:43 pm

  11. Stan

    He cant stop all stars or HOF?..that pretty much describes everybody who ever wore a Warrior uniform. At least Lee brings other things to the table. THAT’S a difference.

    November 10th, 2012 10:39 am

  12. Che Cazzo Stai Dicendo?

    Stan, Lee is a turnstile on defense, is certainly no center, especially in the West, and for all his pretty numbers, has never played on a winner. That can’t be just coincidence after all his years in the league.

    Dennis, Landry had a few good early games, but the Lakers game showed how limited he is, especially against good size. Great energy, rebounding effort (especially offensive boards), but limited offensively and not a good passer.

    It’s amazing how many W’s fans seem to believe career-long journeymen like Landry and Jack and aging gunners like Jefferson are suddenly difference-makers when they join Golden State.

    November 10th, 2012 1:15 pm

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