L.A. Hangover

The Warriors clearly haven’t recovered from Sunday’s heart-breaker in Los Angeles. They are playing with no life, no desperation. They still can’t buy a 3-pointer (currently 2-for-13) and they are allowing the Spurs to shoot 62 percent.
They aren’t sharing the ball (nine assists through the first 31 minutes). If not for Monta’s 7-for-11 shooting, they’d be in the 30s for field goal percentage. Say they beat the Lakers on Sunday, this would be a different game.
Instead, they’re down by 27 with four minutes left in the third.
It looks as if they hotness has warn off, or playing against better teams’ best is showing them how far from good they really are. They’re going to be two games back with 10 left. Safe to say it’s over?

Marcus Thompson

  • itsagreattimeout

    No it’s not over. I knew this was gonna happen. Even if they lose to Phoenix they still have a chance because:
    I think they have 7 winnable games left. 2 against Memphis, Sac, Min, Portland, Dallas. and maybe we can win one of Phoenix, Houston, or Utah. That gives us 40 wins. I think that’s enough.

  • itsagreattimeout

    Also, check this out:
    Look what they wrote for Robert Horry! (I hope they didn’t change it)

  • James

    Its over ‘timeout’ we had a great chance two win 2 out of the 3 previous games and couldnt do it. They wont be able to win 7 of the last 10 either.

    The clippers have also hit form, for us to make it they have to start losing

  • EJ

    i don’t think it’s over. i see the clips going 4-8 the rest of the way with their schedule and the dubs going 7-3. LA has a way tougher schedule that us. they’ve got teams battle of playoff position while the w’s have teams ready to rest their regulars for the playoffsits going down to the wire! the final spot will be decided on april 18 @10pm. book us for 7 with dallas after that!

  • EJ

    does the league plan to address how blatantly tony parker carries the ball EVERY single time he crosses over? it’s crazy!!