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Ognjen Kuzmic to play in Santa Cruz tonight.
The Warriors have assigned reserve center Ognjen Kuzmic to their NBA Development affiliate in Santa Cruz.
People telling me a 4th rounder is too much, and people telling me it's way too little. I don't know. It's not up to me. It's my estimation.
There is definite interest on the Raiders' side. There is curiosity (or more) on Harbaugh's side. From there, who knows what happens.
That was an expensive ass dance...
Addicted to Trivia Crack
Klay is most likely the one to suffer from that--and tonight GSWs were -23 in about 9 minutes with Klay playing and no Curry.
The GSW problem with having no real back-up SG: Kerr has to split Curry & Klay when Livingston's in the game backing up both...
Avery Johnson doesn't see Draymond Green as a traditional power forward. As a negative.
Steve Kerr on Andrew Bogut: "I think he's going to be OK...We'll get him right, and he'll be back, and we'll be fine."
Dance should be named "Mocking A."
Draymond Green on going against Zach Randolph: "At the end of the day he battled, I battled & that's what u expect out of 2 Spartans right?"
Warriors without Bogut/Lee, Curry struggles from 3, Green subpar, Iguodala/Barnes ehhh. Still Warriors right there late. Good Sign for GSW
Stephen Curry on if he's seen Andre Iguodala dance like that: "Maybe in the CoCo videos."
For Warriors, that loss to Grizzlies was so much better than the win against Orlando.
Can't knock the Warriors for that loss--but they do have an issue at backup shooting guard. (they don't have one)
Warriors in good spirits laughing about Andre's tech.
Steve Kerr on if he regretted the techs: "no."
Somebody GIF Andre
The sloppiness of the Warriors is their undoing tonight. Some of that is Griz defense. Correctable
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr and swingman Andre Iguodala each pick up technical fouls.
Steve Kerr t'd up. Then Andre T'd up for dancing around?
San Antonio game didn't show well for Warriors' mental toughness it takes to be an elite team. This makes up for that
I've seen what I needed to see from the Warriors. They're ready for this level
Stephen Curry and Draymond Green combined 1 for 10 from 3-point range.
Vince Carter seemed to want to treat Draymond Green like that Frenchman, but realized it's 2014.
Stephen Curry was standing at the scorer's table for about two minutes, waiting for a stop in the action so he could reenter the game.
Curry to the scorers table
Vince Carter T'd up
Down 11, the Warriors are sticking with their usual rotation and sitting Stephen Curry at the start of the fourth quarter.
Steph Curry is furious at himself for pump-faking an open three-point look into a contested one.
Draymond Green career high five blocks.
Draymond Green T'd up for talking to Z Bo? That's a sunny day in East Lansing.
Grizzlies fans chant MVP at Gasol. Gasol misses both from the line.
As usual, Marc Gasol misses the free throw with the fans chanting "M-V-P."
Mike Conley exits the game with four personal fouls.
Stephen Curry is 0-for-5 from three-point range.
Grizzlies mascot seems scary.
Spartan Dawg on Spartan Dawg crime going on right now.
A flat-footed Marc Gasol reached up to nearly rim level to stuff some wiring back into the stanchion.
First half summary: Vince Carter 3 for 4 from 3-point range. Stephen Curry 0 for 4.
With no Bogut, no Lee, the reasonable hope for the Warriors is to just keep it close and hope for the best at the end
Klay Thompson's confirmed to be a 3-pointer.
Marc Gasol limping after that last shot.
Marc Gasol is not moving well. He keeps reaching for his right knee.
That's a long time to keep Curry out
Stephen Curry is checking back into the game as the Warriors have gone 4:58 without a basket.
The Grizzlies' 16-0 run has taken all of 2:15.
Mo Speights and Andre Iguodala check into the game, and they each get a shot on the Warriors' next possession.
It's playoff loud at the FedEx Forum, and the place isn't even full yet.
Steve Kerr is going with the full windmill to beg his guys to push the tempo vs. Memphis.
Harrison Barnes ready with the mask http://t.co/fDreNZvSVu
Festus Ezeli has taken two of the Warriors' first three shots. A Draymond Green three-pointer was the other one.
Marc Gasol holding right leg.
The Memphis PR team has dubbed tonight's game between the Warriors and Grizzlies as "Splash vs. Smash."
GSW at MEM starters: GSW -- Curry Thompson, Barnes, Green, Ezeli; MEM -- Conley, Allen, Lee, Randolph, Gasol. Out: Bogut, Lee.
Harrison Barnes will start