Golden State Shoots Over 50%, Take down Carmelo and The Nuggets

Posted: February 11, 2011 in Golden State Basketball

What’s up sports fans? Golden State decided they wouldn’t be denied their last night at Oracle Arena before they begin their road trip. Even though Carmelo Anthony’s trade drama tried to overshadow the evening, Golden State made sure his attention was on them. Monta Ellis took control in the second half with two clutch three’s, he led the way with 37pts. and 5 assists.  Dorell Wright finished with 23pts and 11 rebounds and eight assists., Reggie Williams finished with 18pts. and was 4 of 4 from three point land. David Lee had another double double night with 16pts. and 11 rebounds.

Ekpe Udoh’s minutes once again proved valuable. Other notables Vladimir Radmanovich, Stephen Curry, Wright and Ellis all were shooting behind the Golden arch for three. Denver had a chance to possibly put the game into overtime, but an errand pass that Carmelo called for instead was thrown to Nene which he tried to shoot a short corner jumper, but missed on the games final seconds. That missed shot secured the win for Golden State with a 116-112 victory to close out their at home schedule.  Carmelo Anthony took off his head ban and threw it down on the court in disgust and the W’s got the “W”.

Carmelo Anthony finished with 29pts., Nene finished with 17pts.  The Associated Press is reporting that Carmelo Anthony has had offers from, both the Los Angele Lakers, and New York Knicks.  He declined Denver 3 year $65 million dollar contract offer. Talks of his trade with the New Jersey Nets have all but gone stale, but there is strong discussion by the Nuggets that he will be traded by the Febuary 24, 2011 deadline. We hope Golden State can keep their winning ways and become the Road Warriors. Remember folks it’s ALLBAYAREASPORTS.COM. Bay Area Sports Magnified!

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Comments
  1. Buddy Walker says:

    I’ve said it for year… I think GS needs to work on their conditioning. They do well until the end of the season. Occasionally, they make it to the post season. Conditioning-conditioning-conditioning…

    Am I off?

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