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Warriors-Pistons Game Recap - 11/7/10
Box Score Game Recap Game Photos Postgame Quotes Game Highlights



The Palace At Auburn Hills
Auburn Hills, Michigan
November 7, 2010



Warriors Fall In Detroit
Playing the first game of a five-game roadtrip, the Warriors wound up on the losing end of a 102-97 contest in Detroit on Sunday. Monta Ellis scored a team-high 24 points for the Warriors, while Andris Biedrins pulled down a team-leading 13 rebounds. Dorell Wright finished the game with 19 points (11 of which came in a strong Warriors third quater), five assists and four rebounds. Reggie Williams came off the bench to score 12 points in 28 minutes. One of the big keys to the game was three-point shooting, as Detroit made 9-of-17 attempts while Golden State made only 6-of-23. The contest went down to the wire, but the Pistons strong fourth quarter proved to be too much to overcome. The 4-2 Warriors will now head to Toronto, where they will face the Raptors on Monday.
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Monta Ellis scored a team-high 24 points on Sunday.. (Rocky Widner/NBAE/Getty) VIEW PHOTOS
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Game Highlights


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1
2
3
4
F
Warriors
18
27
31
21
97
Pistons
23
28
24
29
102


Team
GSW
DET
Points
Ellis - 24
Hamilton - 27
Rebounds
Biedrins - 13
Villanueva - 10
Assists
Curry - 6
Stuckey - 9
Steals
Two Tied - 2
Two Tied - 2
VS.

November 8 - 4:00 p.m.
Air Canada Centre
Toronto, Canada

TV: CSN Bay Area (HD)
Radio: KNBR 1050


VS. TORONTO
Current Streak: Won 3

2009-10 Season
3/13/10 W, 124-112
4/4/10: W, 113-112


FULL GAME PREVIEW





Keith Smart
On Today's Game:
It played out how I thought it would be. I knew that they had some guys that were pros who would be ready for it tonight and of course Richard Hamilton did that tonight. He is a guy thats been around and he did it last time we were here as well. What we need to do for our team is learn how to win these games on the road. We had a spell where we had too many turnovers, careless turnovers, at one time. We just need to clean that part up.

On Curry's Final Shot:
You are always looking at that as a dicey call. If he shoots it and he makes it then it is the right decision. That is one of our better players that took a big shot that he can make and he took a chance. We can live with that because if he had that shot again he would probably make it, so we are good with that one.




David Lee
On Today's Game:
We need to start to establish that identity on the road. We havent had much time on the road yet, this is only our second one and the first one wasnt close. So we need to find a way and we just had too many careless mistakes. It seems like each guy out on the floor tonight made one careless mistake or so that led to an easy bucket by them or led to a missed opportunity for us.

On Curry's Final Shot:
I was kind of running behind of him when that went up and it was right on line, so I thought it was in, but it rimmed in-and-out. But I will take that shot from a great shooter any day of the week to tie it up. I thought it was down.

On Getting Balance On Offense:
That will come with the passing game. Luckily we are struggling a little bit with our offense game, myself included, but we are still 4-2 right now. It would be real easy to struggle like this and be behind the eight ball, but instead we are way ahead of the game. We need to forget this one and go into Toronto and get a victory.


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