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Golden State Warriors: One Trade To Make the Playoffs and Fix the Team

February 3rd, 2011
Everybody is drinking Monta Ellis' bathwater these days. Is he an all-star? Is he a superstar? No and no respectively. He is an awesome offensive talent, but he will not be an all-star in the West and he will not be an all-star playing alongside Steph Curry. Curry and Ellis will ...

Don Nelson Likely Holds The Key to The Playoffs For the Golden State Warriors

September 18th, 2010
I should start this article with an apology to Larry Riley. I feared that he would create a team with no depth that was neither able to compete for a title in the future or the playoffs this season. His expert signings of Dorell Wright, Rodney Carney, and Louis Amundson ...

Golden State Warriors: A Radical Plan for Next Year and the Future

July 27th, 2010
I thought I was done after the Randolph trade, but I am back with more wacky ideas because this is fun and I cannot stop believing. People who have read me know I am not a Monta Ellis fan and once again I try to trade the man who Hollinger ranked ...

Golden State Warriors: Trade Ideas

June 11th, 2010
The Warriors ownership is in flux and so trades become less likely. Although, perhaps more possible with discussions of Anthony Randolph being traded. So, because the Warriors front office is considering bad trades. I thought I would put out a few that might help the warriors. I think they are ...

Golden State Warriors: Do Not Trade Anthony Randolph!

June 10th, 2010
With people and even apparently the Warriors front office thinking about trading Anthony Randolph, my first reaction was, "Oh, hell noooooo!" After giving it more thought, I remain somewhere between stupefied, angry (that this would even be mentioned), and frightened that we might mortgage our future. I think maybe some people are proposing ...

Golden State Warriors in 2010-2011: To Compete or Not To Compete

May 9th, 2010
Hadarii wrote an interesting article about whether we keep both Brandon Wright and Anthony Randolph and try to develop them. However, I think the answer to that question depends on a more central one. Do we try to compete in 2010-2011? The advantages of competing are obvious. We get to believe ...

A Warriors Mock Draft with Trade Scenarios

May 2nd, 2010
Watching the postseason, I just hope that we might be able to see the Warriors there again in the new future. I get antsy hoping and thinking about how it might occur and wanted to put my thoughts down. The Lottery and Draft offer rays of hope to downtrodden teams ...

Thunder-Lakers: This Is How Oklahoma City Could Beat Los Angeles

April 17th, 2010
Three eighth seeds have beat the top seed. The Thunder have a chance to join their ranks. It will take a phenomenal effort from their stars and role players with a collapse from the defending champs.   However, the Thunder have the stars to matchup and the Lakers have shown every sign of a team ...

Chris Bosh to the Warriors: Dream a Little Dream with Me

April 8th, 2010
Dear Chris Bosh, I am a Warriors fan and humbly submit that you should consider Golden State as a possible destination. I know that you have some concerns, but hopefully I can address them quickly. First, free agents have been afraid to sign with us because we have one of the worst ...

Golden State Warriors: How To Give Fans Hope For Next Year

March 14th, 2010
Ever since the We Believe season, fans have seen the Warriors come up short. First barely missing the playoffs and now a shell of their former selves. Others have proposed changes, but I have some that are achievable and specific. 1. Hire Tom Thibodeau I know that as much as we would ...