Found November 17, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
MINNEAPOLIS -- It was during a second-quarter timeout, in the Golden State Warriors huddle, when coach Mark Jackson informed his guys that something needed to change. The Warriors were a step slow at both ends, not nearly aggressive enough and trailing the injury-plagued Timberwolves by 12 points. This was not the way to start a three-game road trip. Boy, did things change. The Warriors (5-4) made all the right moves -- hitting the boards, hitting their shots, hitting the accelerator -- en route to a 106-98 victory at Target Center. "We made the adjustments," said Jackson, in an understatement, after his team won its second straight game. "We started executing on offense, we defended, we rebounded. I think our guys did a very good job of understanding why we were in the hole we were in, and then doing something about it." Six players scored in double figures for the Warriors, including 18 points each from rookie Harrison Barnes and David Lee, who added 13...
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