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Losers of four games in a row, our 5-6 T-Wolves visit the 7-6 Warriors tonight. Despite the heroic early return of Kevin Love to the basketball court, it hasn't yet paid dividends in the win column. Hopefully that ends tonight, but Steph Curry and Klay Thompson are probably going to eviscerate our terrible defensive backcourt. Ridnour and Barea are truly dreadful on the defensive end, and anyone that can dribble a basketball stands a good chance at getting whatever they want on that end of the court. And unfortunately for us, almost everyone in the NBA can dribble a basketball pretty well (except you, Lessly Johnson.)
It might be a close game, and the Warriors are only favored by 3 points, but I don't think we pull this one out tonight. Maybe something like a 104-101 defeat.
But come chat with us in this game thread during the game, or at least drop by the TWB Forums, it's always a good time!
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Golden State Warriors rookie forward Harrison Barnes had a spectacular one-handed slam dunk over Minnesota Timberwolves center Nikola Pecovic during the second quarter of Saturday night's NBA game at the Oracle Center.
Barnes had 10 points and 11 rebounds to help the Warriors defeat the Timberwolves 96-85.
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Andrew Bogut tried to come back too soon from his surgically-repaired ankle. All that did was result in poor play and an exacerbation of the injury. Now, after being cautious with the injury, it seems the Golden State Warriors and Andrew Bogut are comfortable and ready for the big center's return. According to Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports, Bogut is expected back this...
Golden State Warriors' center Andrew Bogut hopes to return to playing basketball in the regular season on December 1st, reports Marc Spears of Yahoo! That would mean his return would be against the Granger-less Indiana Pacers.The injury-plagued center plans to practice on Monday and, barring a setback, is expected to be back on the court after a hiatus to rest his surgically...
Warriors center Andrew Bogut, who has played just four games this season, is expected to return to practice on Monday, and he is targeting next Saturday's game against Indiana for his return to game action, Yahoo! Sports reported. Bogut has not played more than 19 minutes in any game this season, and he last played in a game on Nov. 7, when he went scoreless in 17 minutes of...
Golden State Warriors rookie forward Harrison Barnes has a warrant out for his arrest. The crime took place last night when Barnes assaulted Minnesota Timberwolves center Nikola Pekovic in one of the worst poster dunks of all-time! Watch the aerial-assault below.
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Golden State Warriors forward Harrison Barnes dunks on Minnesota Timberwolves center Nikola Pekovic. On top of the dunk of the year candidate last night, the Warriors also got the victory over Minnesota to move to 8-6. Not sure I could show my face again in the NBA if I was Nikola. I mean damn. That is the definition of posterized. Check out the dunk below.
Kevin Love has returned from injury with a pair of his customary double-doubles, but neither helped the Minnesota Timberwolves snap out of their funk.
It's been a similar story against the Golden State Warriors in recent years, too.
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Andrew Bogut received Regenokine in his injured ankle.
My condolences to Utah Jazz’s Nikola Pekovic. Warriors rookie Harrison Barnes baptized him on Saturday night with this dunk. When Harrison’s coach Mark Jackson was asked what he thought of the dunk, he was so impressed it threw him to a flashback moment when Tom Chambers made him highlight reel fodder. Jackson [...]
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new Dunk of the Year. In the second quarter of the final game on Saturday night’s schedule, a cutting Harrison Barnes received a bounce pass from David Lee. The perfectly-timed dish put Barnes in position to score, but with the imposing, six-foot-eleven, 300-pound presence that is Nikola Pekovic looming between he and the goal, Harrison knew...
There are no words for what Harrison Barnes did to Nikola Pekovic during Saturday night’s battle between the Golden State Warriors and the Minnesota Timberwolves. Just watch and enjoy.
Damn son. Barnes is clearly not messing around.
Harrison Barnes (Golden State Warriors) lets Nikola Pekovic (Minnesota Timberwolves) know that he is ready for the NBA with this dunk in today's game.
It appears that we have a candidate of "NBA dunk of the year" courtesy of Golden State Warriors rookie forward Harrison Barnes back on Saturday night.Watch as he throws down this monster dunk on Timberwolves center Nikola Pekovic: