ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUGH
… That’s how it was in Game 5 and there was no question that the Nuggets were responding how physical the Warriors were in the previous four games of the series. And there was no question that Stephen Curry was a player that the Nuggets were intentionally getting rough with. Here is the Head Coach, Mark Jackson with his candid post game comments ...
Off NIGHT FOR CURRY
Curry scored 15 points on 7 for 19 shooting and 1-7 outside the arc and it shows you how well he has been playing when a 15 point night is an off night. By the way, you have to go back to March 15th in a home loss to Chicago to find a game where Steph had made less than 2 threes.
… is what Denver countered with to open Game 5, starting Wilson Chandler, Kenneth Faried and Javale McGee and it seemed to get them off to a good start. How the Warriors manage this could dictate the flow of Game 6.
THE ARCHITECT …
… or one of them to this great Golden State Warriors season is General Manager Bob Myers. Listen in to my halftime conversation with him …
Hope you come out to Oracle for this one. If you do bring your head set radio and tune in to yours truly and Tom Tolbert, 87.7 FM inside of Oracle, KNBR 680 outside of Oracle, plus NBA.com using Audio League Pass (it’s free), download the NBA Gametime App for your smart phone and listen there or SiriusXM satellite radio.
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